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by Jan Brett

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ISBN:
0590472844
Author:
Jan Brett
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scholastic (1993)
Pages:
32 pages
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1214 kb
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1986 kb
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1228 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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519


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Trouble with Trolls is a fun story that my 5-year-old asks for often, and this is one of those that I never have to fight an. .You can't go wrong with Jan Brett. The illustrations are amazing and entertaining. Kids need to hold books and read or be read to as often as possible.

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Treva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi. From underground to mountain peak, Jan Brett's story is filled with adventure and eye-catching detail. The trolls who live there long for a dog, and they try to kidnap him. But Treva is brave and quick-thinking. She outwits one troll after another until she reaches the very top of the mountain, where five trolls are waiting-and they want her dog! From underground to mountain peak, Jan Brett's story is filled with adventure and eye-catching detail.

Trouble with Trolls book. From underground to mountain peak, Jan Brett' Treva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi

Trouble with Trolls book. From underground to mountain peak, Jan Brett' Treva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi.

Written and illustrated by Jan Brett G. P. Putnam's Sons ISBN: 0-399-22336-3 Read my all about letter. Barnes and Noble Books. The trolls who live on Mount Baldy long for a dog. An empty dog basket lies in front of their fireplace next to a water dish, and dog pictures cover the dirt walls of their underground home. There's only one problem. Where to get the dog. And this is when Treva's trouble with trolls begins: when she sets off with her dog, Tuffi, to visit her cousin and the greedy trolls spot Tuffi. Treva's never even seen a troll before. Yet this feisty heroine is not only brave but quick-thinking. Treva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi.

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The trolls who live on Mount Baldy long for a dog. There's only one problem

The trolls who live on Mount Baldy long for a dog. Yet this feisty heroine is not only brave but quick-thinking

Treva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi. But Treva is brave and quick-thinking

Treva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi. She outwits one troll after another until she reaches the very top of the mountain, where five trolls are waiting-and they want her dog! Read full description. See details and exclusions.

The trolls who live on Mount Baldy long for a dog. An empty dog basket lies in front of their fireplace next to a water dish, and dog pictures cover the dirt walls of their underground home. There's only one problem - where to get a dog.
  • Chinon
After my child read The Mitten in school, we bought the book (by the same author) and both are big hits. The illustrations are rich and detailed, and the protagonist is a clever child who keeps her wits about her in the face of adversity. She stays calm under pressure, and rather than get upset or despair, she uses her intellect to get out of tricky situations and save the day. Trouble with Trolls is a fun story that my 5-year-old asks for often, and this is one of those that I never have to fight an urge to roll my eyes and gently suggest another book.
  • Alsardin
This is a book my father bought me as a child, and I purchased another copy for friend's toddler. It has "lasting power," as all of Brett's books do.

This is a lovely book featuring a clever girl, Treva, who uses her smarts to outwit a group of trolls trying to steal her dog, Tuffi -- an excellent find for people looking for books featuring clever girls and women.

I should note one adult who saw this book expressed concern that the trolls were trying to steal Tuffi to eat him -- I do not think that is the case at all. I believe they got this impression based upon the trolls dragging around a pot. The trolls actually want to keep Tuffi as a pet. In the (classic Jan Brett) border illustrations, you can see the trolls preparing their home for a pet: they've laid out a water and food dish, created a dog bed, and hung up drawings of a dog. The pot is featured because the trolls wanted to get Tuffi to drag the pot for them.

Another note about the border illustrations -- Brett uses these in virtually all of her books to hint at what is happening next. She gets even more creative here: since the trolls live below the ground, Brett illustrates a sort of troll subplot at the bottom of the page, showing what the trolls are doing during the "main scene" above ground. She uses the side borders to illustrate what will happen next.

If you care for more detailed plot information:
Treva sets off with Tuffi to visit her cousin on the other side of Mount Baldy. She must hike up one side, then ski down the other. The trolls keep trying to steal Tuffi to be their pet and perform different tasks for them (e.g., drag their pot). Treva outwits them one by one (e.g., telling the troll that an item of her clothing [I believe her sweater] is a "pot dragger"). She reaches the peak of Mount Baldy when she's down to her trousers and shirt, and encounters all the trolls at once. She tells them she can fly on her skis, but she needs her sweater, hat, mittens, and boots back. After the trolls have returned her clothing, she picks up Tuffi and flies off on her skis.
  • Urtte
I love this book! I bought this book recently for a baby shower as it is one I enjoyed immensely growing up. The paperback edition is nothing impressive, hardback would be preferable, but the story is cute and the artwork is even better. As a child, my favorite part of this book was the illustrations, particularly those in the border areas that depict the hedgehog doing various little things. I love the Scandinavian inspired clothing and designs, too. I will definitely buy this again as a children's gift!
  • Uris
This book is so much fun, it was one of my favorites when I was little and my daughter loves it as well. The illustrations are absolutely beautiful and we love the secondary storyline with the trolls across the bottom of the pages. Another lively Jan Brett book, but probably my favorite
  • Samowar
My best friend requested I order her favorite childhood book for her daughter. I was able to skim through it before gifting it to our lil 8yo,and it's a very charming book for young readers. I know our little girl will enjoy it.
  • Vudozilkree
I ordered this as a teacher for reading comprehension (prediction) as well as written response. You can't go wrong with Jan Brett. The illustrations are amazing and entertaining. Kids need to hold books and read or be read to as often as possible.
  • Tantil
The book has some wear on the corners and a few stickers placed from the classroom it previously belonged to. However everything else was fanstactic no fading of the pages or water damages so I was happy to get this book and read it to my daughter.
Ammmmazing illustrations. One of my favorite books as a kid and now my 3yr olds love it as well. It's like 2 stories in one because u have the main story about the girl having trouble with the trolls, but in the bottom border of the pages, there is a baby hedgehog/porcupine who is mischievous and it's fun seeing what's he's up to on every page.