Icelandic Trolls

Icelandic Trolls In this richly illustrated book the author brings the amazing world of trolls to life in an amusing and original fashion Based on Icelandic folk legends

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  • Title: Icelandic Trolls
  • Author: Brian Pilkington
  • ISBN: 9789979319276
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this richly illustrated book the author brings the amazing world of trolls to life in an amusing and original fashion Based on Icelandic folk legends.

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    1. Haven't read it yet, but this post gives a good idea of what the book is like if you want to take a peek before buying - monistovejournal/193178

    2. What a delightful little book. I want to say its for little kids, but the story itself probably would not hold the interest of the very young. However, the pictures are adorable and a small child would enjoy looking at them. I did however check this book out from the childrens non-fiction section of the library and its listed as a children's book. Its more factual then fiction or fun. But for an older child interested in fantasy, this book would be a wonderful little read. I went through it toda [...]

    3. Tutta la verità sui troll islandesi: storia, aspetto fisico, tradizioni, abitudini, come vestono, cosa mangiano, dove vivonoUn bellissimo libro per bambini di tutte le età, che con un pizzico ironia racconta la grande tradizione islandese.

    4. I know this is more of a kids book, but it was so cute I had to pick it up while visiting Iceland.Trolls have been given a bad rap by humans over the centuries. They are judged on their looks and size. They are really easy going creatures that prefer to sleep over anything else. They are also best friends with the puffins. The illustrations were great as well.

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