Author: Paul Barber
Illustrator: Gemma Faulkner
Published: June 26, 2016
Pages: 22 (print)
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Link: Amazon.uk
When 3 children try to cross a bridge to get to their destiny's they become comfronted by a Troll that has other ideas! Read what happens and remember always follow your dreams...
We received this book to give an honest review.
Troll is about a troll that lives on a bridge but doesn't like people to pass it. He likes to keep people locked in his dungeon, until one day King Author passes on the bridge. He won't let the troll take him or any of his possessions which in turn the Troll likes that King Arthur stood up to him. Which then the Troll learns he needs to make the most of his life and sets off for something else.
A seemed to enjoy the book even though we only had about three pictures in the book. The other pictures were not showing up for us. I think the younger kids maybe 3 on up will enjoy the book as it isn't scary at all.