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A troll is a fearsome member of a mythical anthropomorph race from Scandinavian folklore. Their role ranges from fiendish giants similar to the ogres of English fairy tales to a devious, more human-like folk of the wilderness, living underground in hills or mounds, inclined to thieving and the abduction of humans which, in the case of infant abductees, was substituted with a changeling.

Books about Trolls

Stories and books about trolls throughout history.



The Sea of Trolls (Horn Book Fanfare List (Awards))

The Sea of Trolls (Horn Book Fanfare List (Awards))
Three time Newbery honor author Nancy Farmer's epic fantasy, The Sea of Trolls, is gigantic in every way. There are big Vikings and bigger trolls. There are big themes--hope, despair, life and death. At a substantial 450+ pages, the sheer size of this hefty tome is impressive. But, like all of Farmer's fine work, the large scale has room for enormous quantities of heart and humor. At the center of this massive adventure is a small Saxon boy named Jack, who's never been much good at anything until the Bard of his medieval village makes him an apprentice. Then, just as Jack is learning to tap into and control his power, he is kidnapped (along with his little sister, Lucy) and taken to the court of King Ivar the Boneless and his half troll queen Frith. When one of Jack's amateur spells causes the evil queen's beautiful hair to fall out, he is forced to undertake a dangerous quest across the Sea of Trolls to make things right, or suffer the consequences--the sacrifice of his beloved sister to Frith's patron goddess, Freya. Along the way Jack faces everything from giant golden troll-bears to man-eating spiders, yet each frightening encounter brings wisdom and understanding to the budding young Bard. No quester who enters these pages with Jack will go away unsatisfied. Farmer's skillful melding of history, mythology, and humor, is reminiscent of both Tamora Pierce and Terry Pratchett's medieval fantasies, and will no doubt be HUGELY enjoyed by fantasy readers of all ages. --Jennifer Hubert


Creating Fantasy Polymer Clay Caracters : Step-by-Step Trolls, Wizards, Dragons, Knights, Skeletons, Santa, and More!

Creating Fantasy Polymer Clay Caracters : Step-by-Step Trolls, Wizards, Dragons, Knights, Skeletons, Santa, and More!
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Trolls, Elves and Fairies Coloring Book (Dover Pictorial Archives)

Trolls, Elves and Fairies Coloring Book (Dover Pictorial Archives)
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The Apocalypse Troll

The Apocalypse Troll
David Weber, author of the enormously popular Honor Harrington military SF series, takes to deep space and the high seas in the opening chapters of Apocalypse Troll. The fateful space battle and resulting spaceship crash that bring together Colonel Ludmilla Leonova and Captain Richard Aston, U.S. Navy, set the stage for another rip-roaring, guns-blazing science fiction adventure. When Captain Aston finds out Colonel Leonova's secret, he eagerly offers his help, then finds himself in the middle of an extremely dangerous military situation. Weber's fast plots, nonstop action, and attention to detail are what makes his books so much fun to read, and Apocalypse Troll is no exception. --Adam Fisher


The Trolls

The Trolls

"All Sunday, the children made the most of Aunt Sally. She finished their Halloween costumes, proved a tireless player of cribbage and I Doubt It, read Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle stories out loud, using just the right expression, and never put a lid on the cookie jar. She was, all in all, the most satisfactory grownup the children had ever known."

Transported into their lives not with an umbrella like Mary Poppins, but equally as dramatically, Aunt Sally is introduced to the Ohio-dwelling Anderson family when Mom and Dad are off to Paris and in dire need of a last-minute babysitter. Aunt Sally, however, was not Mr. Anderson's first choice. Aunt Sally is his sister, and part of a past he would rather forget.

Ten-year-old Melissa, 8-year-old Amanda, and 6-year-old Frank (alias Pee Wee) know nothing of their aunt, except that every year she sends a Christmas card from Vancouver Island with a picture of a moose with tree lights strung on it. Still, it doesn't take long for the children to warm up to her, this unusual, beehive-sporting, sparkly-eyed woman who lets them draw monsters with her eyeliner, uses string beans as walrus tusks at dinner, and tells extraordinary stories about her family history, all of which she insists are true, even the ones about the trolls. The eerie troll story in particular gives us a glimpse into the psyche of the children's father--young Robbie at the time--who is left on the beach by his siblings as an offering to the trolls, in the event that trolls existed. Even though the search parties found him, he was still somehow missing: "...I guess knowing that your own trusted family could give you away, even in jest, well, it changes things. It changes things forever.... He wasn't, in the end, ever with us again."

Aunt Sally's other stories--including the ones about the Fat Little Mean Girl and Maud who shot 80 "cougars"--are fascinating, truly hilarious, artfully timed, and wonderfully detailed, and readers will be as entranced as the Anderson children. Polly Horvath has concocted a superb, funny, poignant book that stares both the fantastical and factual parts of family history in the eye and doesn't look away. "What trolls?" said their father when he came back from Paris. "Doris, did you unpack my gray sweater?" (Ages 8 to 12) --Karin Snelson


Troll: A Love Story

Troll: A Love Story
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Trouble with Trolls

Trouble with Trolls
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The Happy Troll

The Happy Troll
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Orso: The Troll Who Couldn't Scare

Orso: The Troll Who Couldn't Scare
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Christmas Trolls

Christmas Trolls
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The Troll With no Heart in His Body

The Troll With no Heart in His Body
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Bsk #35 : Trolls Don't Ride Roller Coasters (The Adventures Of The Bailey School Kids)

Bsk #35 : Trolls Don't Ride Roller Coasters (The Adventures Of The Bailey School Kids)
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The Christmas Troll

The Christmas Troll
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The Prodigal Troll

The Prodigal Troll
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Rapture of the Deep: The Art of Ray Troll

Rapture of the Deep: The Art of Ray Troll
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The Troll King

The Troll King
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The Troll Garden and Selected Stories (Transaction Large Print Books)

The Troll Garden and Selected Stories (Transaction Large Print Books)
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Trolls (Schiffer Military History)

Trolls (Schiffer Military History)
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Helga's Dowry: A Troll Love Story

Helga's Dowry: A Troll Love Story
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The Little Troll

The Little Troll
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Life Among the Trolls (Carnegie Mellon Poetry (Paperback))

Life Among the Trolls (Carnegie Mellon Poetry (Paperback))
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Troll Fell

Troll Fell
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Rumpelstiltskin (Troll's Best-Loved Classics)

Rumpelstiltskin (Troll's Best-Loved Classics)
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The Toll-Bridge Troll

The Toll-Bridge Troll
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Goblins And Trolls (Fantasy and Folklore)

Goblins And Trolls (Fantasy and Folklore)
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The Dragon, The Earl, and the Troll

The Dragon, The Earl, and the Troll
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