I was delighted to be part of this delightful book tour with thanks to Kelly @lovebooksgroup who has organised it and from whom I received these two scrumptious books, full of comic verse all about those mischievous TROLLS!
Aimed at 3-7 year olds I can see that this humorous, rhythmical verse, story ‘Here Come The Trolls’ will cause many a giggle amongst the youngsters who should really be 3-70 year olds because its audience is also those who read to children.
A fun, well illustrated book that will appeal to all who are fed-up with having their home over-run by those pesky TROLLS!
Here Come The Trolls was published 15 Oct 2015 by Birlinn Ltd
And the second book is out now!
Yes! Ron Butlin and James Hutcheson have collaborated once again.
The return of those pesky little creatures, that no-one wants around, are now causing havoc in the local mall…….
will they get their just desserts? ……
you know there’s only one way to find out….
get your copy and read the second wonderfully funny instalment all about those pesky little…..
‘Day of The Trolls’ is published on 4 August 2017 by Birlinn Ltd
When you purchase these gems you will find information inside the back cover on how to download a free audio of each book – isn’t that terrific!
Would you like to read the rest of the tour?
Ron Butlin is an award-winning poet, playwright, novelist, short story writer chidlren’s author and librettist whose works have been translated into many languages. He regularly gives creative writing workshops in schools, and was Edinburgh Makar from 2008 to 2014. Follow @RonButlinMaker https://www.ronbutlin.co.uk/
James Hutcheson is an award winning illustrator and book designer. Follow @SKARPHEDON
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd., https://www.birlinn.co.uk/
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