Winnie has a wonderful treehouse which turns out to be her safe place since her parents are always fighting over their time with her. Winnie's parents are divorced, and they want to spend an equal amount of time with her. Precisely--equal. She spends 3 days with one parent, 3 days with the other parent, and on Wednesdays she gets to spend in the treehouse alone. This sounds great to her parents, but when they continue to fight even though they never see each other Winnie is affected.
She decides to revolt and stay in the treehouse. Then, her friends decide to join her in a stand off against parents and parent rules. Soon, the media gets wind of the plan, and the ten children are in the treehouse for not hours but days. What will bring them down? Find out in The Great Treehouse War by Lisa Graff.