The Terrible Troll-Bird



One Summer S Eve Ola, Lina, Sina, And Trina Leave Their Village To Gather Firewood In The Forest, When They Re Surprised By The Hideous Call Of The Terrible Troll Bird, A Giant Rooster Who Pops Up Out Of The Treetops And Swoops Down To Devour Their Beloved Horse Blakken Little Does The Terrible Troll Bird Know That In Ola, Lina, Sina, And Trina He Has Finally Met His Match His Terrible Days Of Terrorizing Are Over Before Long The Whole Village Is Celebrating The Monster S Demise, And Even The Gnomes And Hulder Maidens Are Coming Out Of Their Hiding Places In The Woods To Participate In A Great Feast All Celebration Is Cut Short, Though, With The Startling Appearance Of Two Monstrous Moss Grown Trolls Even Terrible Than The Terrible Troll Bird Himself Luckily, The Children Rise To The Occasion Once , Saving The Day Before They Set Out On A Splendid New Adventure.Filled With Vibrant Illustrations And Telling A Story Of Childhood Ingenuity And Bravery, The Terrible Troll Bird Is A Delightful Companion To Ingri And Edgar Parin D Aulaire S Comprehensive Books Of Norwegian Folklore, D Aulaires Book Of Norse Myths And D Aulaires Book Of TrollsThe Terrible Troll-Bird

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  • Hardcover
  • 52 pages
  • The Terrible Troll-Bird
  • Ingri d'Aulaire
  • English
  • 05 November 2017
  • 1590172523

10 thoughts on “The Terrible Troll-Bird

  1. says:

    i agree with a lot of greg s review of this book birds are definitely evil, and if a giant one is going after your horse, i think it is only fair that you kill it and eat it and make shoes from its skin and a boat from its beak but i would never set foot in your gross, gross boat but the message here is awful basically, if a giant bird comes into your village, you are allowed to kill it cuz it is self defense that seems logical but then, when the troll owners of the bird come a looking f i agree with a lot of greg s review of this book birds are definitely evil, and if a giant one is going after your horse, i think it is only fair that you kill it and eat it and make shoes from its skin and a boat from its beak but i would never set foot in your gross, gross boat but the message here is awful basically, if a giant bird comes into your vil...

  2. says:

    The story is taken from a Scandinavian folk tale It s about a giant chicken who hunts the forests for things to eat Since it s a giant bird it needs to eat big things, like horses One day though he fucks with the wrong horse and gets his comeuppance I said in the comments that this is kind of dark, but now that I m thinking of it it s really not Lots of fairy tales end with the demise of the antagonist I guess it s really not that dark.The book is beautifully designed, like almost all of t The story is taken from a Scandinavian folk tale It s about a giant chicken who hunts the forests for things to eat Since it s a giant bird it needs to eat big things, like horses One day ...

  3. says:

    The Terrible Troll Bird is the third book in this year s B Day present to my niece, Claire see my reviews of the other two Supposing and Ounce Dice Trice , the most conventional of the three as it actually tells a story In this case, the tale of Ola his sisters, Lina, Sina and Trina.The story reminds me of Beowulf A New Verse Translation The terrible troll bird Grendel is terrorizing the forest village, and when it attacks Ola, Lina, Sina Trina s farmhouse, Ola manages t The Terrible Troll Bird is the third book in this year s B Day present to my niece, Claire see my reviews of the other two Supposing and Ounce Dice Trice , the most conventional of the three as it actually tells a story In this case, the tale of Ola his sisters, Lina, Sina and Trina.The story reminds me of Beowulf A New Verse Translation The terrible troll bird Grendel is terrorizing the forest village, and when it attacks Ola, Lina, Sina Trina s farmhouse, Ola manages to kill it Everyone in the village and the denizens of the forest celebrate at a great feast where the troll bird provides the main course but then the ...

  4. says:

    I already loved this author So I was happy to see another book by them As a once rooster owner, I especially found this story delightful.

  5. says:

    Title The Terrible Troll BirdAuthor Ingrid and Edgar Parin d AulaireGenre MythTheme s Wit, CommunityOpening line sentence On a clear summer eve their mother said to them, Now go up to the grove and fetch me a load of wood for the stove Brief Book Summary Four children outsmarted a huge bird who was trying to fly away with one of their horses One of the children, Ola, put a silver button into a firearm to kill the monstrous bird The whole village came together and gathered all of the Title The Terrible Troll BirdAuthor Ingrid and Edgar Parin d AulaireGenre MythTheme s Wit, CommunityOpening line sentence On a clear summer eve their mother said to them, Now go up to the grove and fetch me a load of wood for the stove Brief Book Summary Four children outsmarted a huge bird who was trying to fly away with one of their horses One of the children, Ola, put a silver button into a firearm to kill the monstrous bird The whole village came together and gathered all of the animals in the land to pull the bird back to the farm The town roasted the bird, and seemed happy, until two massive trolls walked into the town looking for the bird to eat The children were not scared though because they knew the trolls would turn into rocks once the sun hit them as they were creatures of t...

  6. says:

    The Terrible Troll Bird is another Norse book from the authors and illustrators Ingri and Edgar Parin d Aulaire The story focuses on Ola and his three sisters, Lina, Sina, and Trina They are off to go get firewood one day when they spied an enormous troll bird The natural reaction was fear, but when they returned home they were able to slay the bird, cook it, and used its feathers for down While cooking, trolls followed their nose and sho...

  7. says:

    Annotation and Comment This is a Norwegian tale retold in the form of a picture book It was one of my favorites as a child It was interesting looking at it from the perspective of an adult withreading experiences I was struck with the commonalities between this story and many fantasy novels I have read I believe that my students might enjoy my reading this storybook to introduce the fantasy genre The book itself is very large The lithograph illustrations often span two pages Each Annotation and Comment This is a Norwegian tale retold in the form of a picture book It was one of my favorites as a child It was interesting looking at it from the perspective of an adult withreading experiences I was struck with the commonalities between this story and many fantasy novels I have read I believe that my students might enjoy my reading this storybook to introduce the fantasy genre The book itself is very large The lithograph illustrations often spa...

  8. says:

    This one s made it through three offspring over a decade, so I guess I should reveal it to be the wonder that it apparently is I kid This is one of the most charming kids books I ve ever come across A kid in Norway and his sisters take down this ugly ass rooster that s trying to eat their horse This is only the beginning The troll bird is so called because he s owned by two trolls who live in the nearby mountain and when they find out the townspeople ate the bird and used its secondaries fo This one s made it through three offspring over a decade, so I guess I should reveal it to be the wonder that it apparently is I kid This is one of the most charming kids books I ve ever come across A kid in Norway and his sisters take down this ugly ass roo...

  9. says:

    This is a story about what happened to Ola and his sisters,Lina,Sina, and Trina Who lived in a faraway valley among the mountains of norway The troll bird died because Ola took aim and pressed the trigger and killed the big bird Th...

  10. says:

    I remember reading this in elementary school It seems to me that it was reasonably fun, although I can t dig up many details I think I remember it because I was scolded by my teacher because it was well below my reading level trauma your key for lasting memories Then and now, I see no ...

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