Winnie and the Trouble with Trolls

Winnie and the Trouble with Trolls

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Winnie and Jerry return to the Pine National Forest, but they are overwhelmed first by the crowds, then by the construction vehicles. And the vehicles are causing trouble for the troll village in the forest. The trolls are in danger, and Tammy and Tiara go looking for the heroes of the first volume, Winnie and Jerry. Tammy accidentally gets caught in a suitcase and taken to Dallas, where she causes trouble for Winnie. But Winnie gets in with some older girls who are only looking for trouble. Winnie faces a bigger challenge than a bear in the forest in order to overcome the trouble she's in. She learns a life lesson about taking charge of her direction and stop looking for attention in the wrong places. This book is the 2nd book in the Troll Series by John Comeaux and Phyllis Comeaux. In the first book, "Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones," Winnie and Jerry go on an epic adventure quest to find the magic Moonstones with the help of two tolls, Oola and Humphrey. The story is great for all ages, and the reading level is for grades 4, 5, and 6. The characters you will meet in the story are memorable: Buzzy, the toy salesman, Helen, Winnie's mom, and Tammy, the eager young troll who asks for Winnie's help. And some of the old friends from Volume 1 are back, like Merkle, the friendly talkative troll. The book is beautifully illustrated with delightful drawings by Mailys Pitcher.
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Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 10mm | 249g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514662043
  • 9781514662045

About John S Comeaux

John has been writing poems since age 6 and has written stories, plays, screenplays, and his second book. He is married to Phyllis, the co-author of the stories, and has three children and two grandchildren. Among his many interests are music, videography, theater, comedy, sci-fi, outdoor grilling, and enjoying audiobooks. And his dishwashing skills are apparently unparalleled. John is past president of the West Texas Writers of Midland, Texas, and has been the editor and publisher of newsletters such as the Houston Epson User Group, the Acadiana Area Apple User Group, the Houston Mirror, the Midland Memoirs, and Lafayette Lagniappe. He has also written over 50 songs, one of which was used in his play "Mirror, Mirror" which he produced at the Playwright's Theater of Louisiana. The illustrations are by Mailys Pitcher, a young French artist who has created whimsical images of Winnie, Tammy and the rest of the cast of this delightful story. This is Mailys Pitcher's second book in the Troll Series. The first one is "Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones."
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