Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett

Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett

Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett

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Trouble with Trolls

By Jan Brett

Storyline: What would you do if a bunch of trolls want to steal your dog? Fight them back? Let them have it? Run away? See what Treva did. This book teaches us how to fight for what we love.

In early spring, Treva, a girl with golden braids, decides to pay a visit to a cousin who lives on the other side of the Mount Baldy. Continue reading “Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett” »

Stone Soup by Marcia Brown

Stone Soup by Marcia Brown

Stone Soup by Marcia Brown

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 Stone Soup

Retold and pictured By Marcia Brown

Storyline: Hungry and tired, three soldiers were marching down a strange country road. They were returning home from war. They were dreaming of a good dinner and a place to sleep. They haven’t eaten in two days. As they went down a road lined with tall trees, Continue reading “Stone Soup by Marcia Brown” »

Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten by Trisha Speed Shaskan

Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten by Trisha Speed Shaskan

Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten by Trisha Speed Shaskan

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Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten

by Trisha Speed Shaskan

Illustration by Gerald Guerlais

Storyline: This is the classic plot of the old Red Riding Hood story but narrated by the wolf itself. We get to see the world through this bad wolf’s eyes. From the beginning he has an excuse for his actions: he is hungry. Continue reading “Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten by Trisha Speed Shaskan” »

The Sleeping Lady, retold by Ann Dixon

The Sleeping Lady retold by Ann Dixon

The Sleeping Lady retold by Ann Dixon

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The Sleeping Lady

Retold by Ann Dixon

Paintings by Elizabeth Johns

Storyline: This is retold a legend of the Inlet People of Alaska and their legacy. It is said that, long ago, there lived some giant people on the shores of Cook Inlet. The weather was warm, the natives had flower, fruits, and wild animals roamed the forest. The Inlet people were living in harmony with the land, in peace and happiness. But soon, this will come to an end. Continue reading “The Sleeping Lady, retold by Ann Dixon” »