Baby Trolls Get a Bad Rap

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Product Details

Suteki Creative
Publish Date
8.5 X 11.0 X 0.11 inches | 0.37 pounds

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About the Author

Justine Avery is an award-winning author who loves writing stories for all sorts of readers. She was born in America but grew up-and is still growing up-all over the world as a natural explorer with a curiosity for all things. She's jumped out of airplanes, off of very high bridges, and into shark-infested waters-to name a few adventures. And books are her favorite adventures of all.
DARIA YUDINA is an illustrator and graphic designer from Russia. Daria creates very emotional, funny characters as well as philosophical artworks inspired by music or poetry. She likes little bicycle journeys, exploring new places and watching animals in nature.


"Young people stand up for what they believe in ... a fantastically empowering conversation starter." --The Children's Book Review

"Introduces three well-spoken young troll babies to young readers who may also feel overlooked, ignored and even disrespected ... You can't help but smile ... Justine Avery's troll babies have personality and pluck ... An ideal selection for storytime ... Perceptive and charming, most highly recommended." --Readers' Favorite

"Fun, fun, FUN! ... Chuckled all the way through the book. Comic timing is everything in a book like this and, I'm happy to say, Justine Avery is excellent at it ... Very sweet, very funny and very, very clever! A wonderfully written, wonderfully illustrated picture book." --The Wishing Shelf Review

"An interesting way to introduce young readers to the concept that everyone matters, no matter how old and in spite of all their differences." --Readers' Favorite

"Lighthearted and fun, the book contains an underlying message promoting equal rights, representation, and awareness for all." --Foreword Reviews

"Always directed at the reader ... Filled with detail, color, and humor that keeps the reader wanting more ... [the baby trolls] don't demand, they request ... Will help young readers themselves to learn politeness and respect." --Readers' Favorite

"Parents who look for picture books with a message about understanding and acceptance will find plenty to talk about with their young ones ... Compelling, and fun ... An early message about the significance of youth and how to be recognized, represented, and respected ... [a] gentle story powered by a strong message." --Midwest Book Review