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Gareth Stevens, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Who are the trolls of Hedale Woods, and how did two brothers manage to win their treasure? Readers find the answers to these questions and many more in this volume that addresses all things trolls. Told in the popular style of a graphic novel, the story of the Hedale Woods trolls incorporates accessible text and engaging drawings to excite reluctant readers. In addition to the featured tale, fun facts introduce readers to famous trolls from folktales around the world. From mountain trolls to those that stalk the lowlands, readers come face-to-face with some of the creepiest mythical creatures ever imagined.

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James Field was born in England in 1959. After attending college in Wales, he began his professional career in 1982 making models for museums and Welsh TV. An interest in the Samurai led to his first major book, Samurai Warriors, written by Stephen Turnbull.

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