Are you ready for the puppet show, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, showing in the Children’s Department in May?
Perhaps you’ve already read lots of books about goats, and now you want to read some books about trolls.
Fairies, Trolls, and Goblins Galore: Poems About Fantatstic Creatures offers helpful advice on what to do if you find a troll in your backpack, and lets “Papa Troll’s Lullay” rock you to sleep.
Helga’s Dowry: A Troll Love Story by Tomie dePaola isn’t just about troll romance. It is a (funny!) tale of magic, tirckery, and proving the bad guys wrong.
D’Aulaires’ Book of Trolls is the ultimate troll resource book, filled with scary, funny (and sometimes yucky) troll stories and pictures to match.
Imaginary Menagerie features all sorts of cratures, not just trolls. But the troll poem in this book details what trolls like to eat–when they’re not trying to dine on the Three Billy Goats Gruff.