Troll Peter Finds a Treasure at the End of the Rainbow and Other Stories: Troll Peter's Adventures, Book 2

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Trafford Publishing, Oct 13, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 36 pages
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Today, most of the moors of Jutland are cultivated. However, some parts of the Hills of the Trolls are still lying wild and overgrown; and, if you look very carefully, dont be surprised if you spot a little troll boy playing about on the heather. His name is Troll Peter, and he lives at Troll Hill together with his parents and old Granny. Hes a curious little troll who likes to go exploring, even though his adventures sometimes get him into trouble. Troll Peter Finds a Treasure at the End of the Rainbow and Other Stories shares the wind-whispered stories of bygone days. Grab a chair and cozy up to learn of Troll Peters many adventures, including finding treasure at the end of the rainbow, seeing a human for the first time, and many more!
 

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Contents

Troll Peter Finds a Treasure at the End of the Rainbow
1
Troll Peters Nightly Visitor
8
Uncle Bridge Troll Comes for Dinner
15
Troll Peter Sees People
23
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Gerda Christensen has always been interested in Scandinavian folklore, which gave her the idea to write Troll Peter’s Adventures. She was born in Denmark and grew up in the Jutlandish countryside. In 1969, she immigrated to Surrey, British Columbia, with her husband and four children. Carol Evans is an artist and illustrator. Every canvas Carol touches with her brush comes alive—whether the theme is a rugged shoreline, children playing in a meadow, or a troll family living in the Danish moorland. She lives with her husband, Bryn King, on Saltspring Island, British Columbia.

Gerda Christensen has always been interested in Scandinavian folklore, which gave her the idea to write Troll Peter’s Adventures. She was born in Denmark and grew up in the Jutlandish countryside. In 1969, she immigrated to Surrey, British Columbia, with her husband and four children. Carol Evans is an artist and illustrator. Every canvas Carol touches with her brush comes alive—whether the theme is a rugged shoreline, children playing in a meadow, or a troll family living in the Danish moorland. She lives with her husband, Bryn King, on Saltspring Island, British Columbia.

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