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While The Stories Are the stories are down for ounger readers they are still violent some than others The stories usually surround a child who is disobedient and ends up with a troll who is going to eat them The child has to rely on his or her own wits to get out of the predicament The trolls nature is contradictory to human nature and it is a clear foil to the child hero The lessons deal with how actions have conseuences it is important to never give up to believe in ourself and This is a good book for the storyteller looking for short stories to present to an audienceReading Level 56 1 CategoriesGenres Traditional2 Copyright date 19993 Estimate of age level of interest preschool grade 34 Estimate of reading level Grades 3 45 Brief description This book is a collection of 9 tales from Norway This review will focus on the title story of this book6 2 characteristics of this genre The story centers around a oung prince who overcomes an obstacle to acheive his goal he must battle a troll to save his brothers This is a wonder tale featuring a troll and animals with specials powers who can communicate with humans 7 How well does the book as a whole serve its intended audience Preschoolers and early elementary students will all enjoy this tales as it describes good conuering evil but with many fantastic elements added into the story to make it original and exciting8 Awards ALA Notable Children s Books 20009 Reviews Booklist 090199Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books 010100Elementary School Library Collection 060100Horn Book Magazine 040114Kirkus Reviews starred 071599New York Times 120599Publishers Weekly starred 101199School Library Journal starred 110199Wilson s Children 100110 Part of my collection of Norwegian fairy tales and myths Well written as the author uses spare language that she has recalled from her childhood giving the story line authenticity It is also beautifully illustrated with woodcuts which adds to it greatly. Ken trolls Old or oung they are uarrelsome ugly and boastful and they love to trick princesses and children To defeat them children must rely on the strengths of their humanity persistence kindness pluck and willingness to heed good advic.
N comparison to Swedish Folk Tales by John Bauer and Holger Lundburgh This is a wonderful collection of stories from Norway about Trolls and the people who outsmart them The comments from the author are great and the bits of Norwegian sprinkled throughout the book add a bit of fun too And the woodcut illustrations are fabulous they go perfectly with the storiesI love the ending to each story
Snip snapp snute Her er eventyret ute Snip snap snout This tale ssnapp snute Her er eventyret ute Snip snap snout This tale s out There s nothing like a creepy hairy enormous monster to scare the bejeebers out of a reader Trolls were the monster of choice in my home with our Norwegian American heritage Trolls were ferocious and liked to eat children They could have multiple heads but that didn t euate into brain power More like brain drain They argued with each other until they gave each other headaches According to the folk tales they liked to kidnap princesses and hold them captive so they would rub their sore heads after arguing with each other And boy oh boy are they loud When they ell such as in the three Billy Goats Gruff Who s that stepping on my bridge the ground
Rumbles And Every Person Andand every person and uakes in fearNine stories about trolls in Scandinavia are presented in this novel They are written for the reader to tell as stories out loud with repetition and short moral tales The author s note explains the themes that are covered and each story explains the origins and modifications of some so that they are appropriate for ounger children For instance one story has the narrator child cutting off the head of a troll child in the classic story The author modified it so that the troll child is pushed in the stew and eaten by the unknowing troll parents by the clever child Another story has an eating competition where the child pretends to make a hole in his stomach so he can eat than the troll He has hidden a sack in his clothes and slips the food in it The troll not wanting to lose the competition but being full decides to make a hole in his own st. Eir arms or hide their hearts inside wells They can walk across oceans and fly over mountains Trees and shrubs may grow from their heads and their noses can be long enough to stir soup There are troll hags troll daughters and elderly shrun. This is wonderful and 4 out
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m So Pretty self esteem fables Had enough of ironic fairy tales for children who donSo Pretty self esteem fables Had enough of ironic fairy tales for children who don know there s a serious one underneath Or maybe ou ve decided The Summer I Wasn't Me you d just as soon burn Dora at the stake el poste The stakeEl poste This is forou and Khaiye Aur Vajan Ghataiye your children They re good tales well told there s an excellent sense of the grammar of folk tales it s literate the language hits the mark The illustrations are also good Lunge Larsen would ve been at home in the 70s with storytellers like Glen Rounds and others from the original Cricket stable It s always exciting to hear tales from other countries and cultures and The Troll With No Heart in His Body is no exception Lunge Larsen invitesou to experience the magic and awe that has enchanted her since she was just a wee child growing up in Norway immersed in the rich lore of Trolls with fascinating stories carrying subtle messages on human nature The illustrations are amazing This was an awesome collection of troll stories most of which I would love to tell My favorites were The Eating Competition Butterball The Boy who became a lion a falcon and an ant The Boy and the North Wind and of course The Troll with no Heart in his body I remember playing Billy Goats Gruff as a child where a parent stood under the playground bridge and pretended to be a troll lol A lot of these tales have some pretty serious violence so know our audience I guess A troll family accidentally cooks their daughter in stew a troll cuts open his own stomach and a prince sueezes a troll s heart until it bursts Plus the whole theme of trolls wanting to eat everyone lol Red Flags violencedeathscary themes This book needs to be edited uite a few typos Otherwise the stories were super fun and the pictures were nice too As far as fairy tales go I really like how proactive the heroes of the Scandinavian tales are This book is great but pales As tall as trees and as ancient and rugged as the Norwegian landscape from which they come trolls are some of lore's most fascinating and varied creatures Some live under bridges others deep inside caves They can carry their heads under th.