Christmas Trolls

Christmas Trolls

Book - 1993
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Christmas is Treva's favorite time of year, especially the preparations -- finding the perfect tree, decorating the house, and making presents for her family. But this year is different. Small things are disappearing, then some of the presents themselves. Treva is mystified, until early one morning she sees a small creature scurrying across the snow, carrying the Christmas pudding. Treva races after it into the forest where her adventures are just beginning. . .

Christmas Trolls is a glorious celebration of the season as Treva confronts two irresistible trolls who don't understand Christmas. Jan Brett's exquisite paintings set against beautiful, intricate borders give readers a magical Christmas full of surprises.

(Look closely at the borders for glimpses of the trolls' special little helper -- and he's not an elf!)
Publisher: New York : Putnam's, c1993
ISBN: 9780399225079
0399225072
Branch Call Number: P BRE
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 28 cm

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muffinpopcorn
Jan 01, 2018

Very good , would strongly recommend

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BookEMonster
Dec 22, 2017

I love Jan Brett! And this is one of her best titles! These little trolls just want to celebrate Christmas, but they are a little confused on what, exactly, Christmas is. Luckily a generous little girl shows them the true meaning of Christmas. Little Hedgie is in on the action, although he is just an anonymous hedgehog in this story. As with many of Brett's books, part of the story is told in the border art, and that is where you will find Hedgie. I am pretty sure this book will be added to my list of necessary annual Christmas books!

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Aries__001
Dec 20, 2015

My son loves this book and the pictures!

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