The Little troll.
Children's book written by Tor Aage Bringsvær and illustrated by Inger Lise Kongsgaard.
Everyone knows that a troll can not stand to see the sun, because then it cracks and turns to stone. In the forest where Lilletrollet lives, the forest is full of moss-grown stones that look like his ancestors. One day something dangerous happens - the little troll has to save one of his friends who is in need. And outside the sun is shining.
Publisher's review: In this illustrated book aimed at children, we meet the Little Troll. Many people are afraid of trolls, but trolls are like most people: some are kind and others are naughty. The little troll is a little troll, who is kind, though. He talks to his parents about the sun, and asks why the trolls crack and turn to stone if the sun shines on them. He asks the neighbor troll about the same thing and the animals he meets The book is written by Tor Åge Bringsværd and is illustrated by Ingerlise Karlsen Kongsgaard. It has been translated into nine languages.
Number of pages: 40
Size: 256x202 mm