- Tapa blanda: 196 páginas
- Editor: Createspace Independent Pub; Edición: 1.0.0 (27 de mayo de 2013)
- Colección: Smelly Trolls
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1489578269
- ISBN-13: 978-1489578266
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Mr Splendiferous and the Troublesome Trolls: Volume 2 (Smelly Trolls) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 27 may 2013
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Rufus Sebbleford and his friends are looking forward to a school trip to the Mr Splendiferous Science Park unaware that the mad scientist is keeping a dangerous troll locked up in the grounds. The scientist’s obsession with trolls causes further problems for the Super-Troll-Knobbly-Foot family who are trying desperately to pass as humans. Meanwhile, the stinky trolls of Gloopyglen Babblebrook begin digging a tunnel under the science park in search of a new bigger cave for their expanding bellies. Before long, the children find themselves trapped as the park becomes swamped with revolting trolls. Rufus, Bruno and Polly must come up with a plan before their classmates become troll food. A slimy, smelly, sausage-slinging adventure packed with mischief, troll traps and a really reckless wacky scientist.
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I think it's fair to say that this book isn't aimed at me, but that doesn't matter as it's a lot of fun to read. The story is straight forward and full of humour. It's not only humour that appeals to young children, but grown up ones like me :-)
You also learn important facts about trolls, for example little girls taste better than little boys. So if you're ever attacked by a troll, as long as you can run faster than a neaby little girl you'll be fine.
As well as being an entertaining story the illustrations deserve a mention. Quite simply they're great and add a lot to the book. It's suitable for older children to read alone, but where it would be best is reading aloud to kids. There's so much oppoertunity for silly voices and fun acting that it would be a sure fire hit with them.
In summary this is a lot of fun for kids young and old alike. If you're looking for an enjoyable read for your youngsters in the summer holidays then this is for you.
A chase through the internal anatomy of the Rumbling Giant provides a science lesson while it entertains. I laughed as one child found that her only escape from a pursuing troll was ... well, through the "great big, round pink bottom" of the exhibit.
Rosen Trevithick is very good at creating vivid images in the mind. At times as I read the book the images were as intense as in films such as Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. I began to see how Disney could build a Mr Splendiferous Science Park where even big kids like me could play.
You should try to read this on an eBook that displays in colour to fully experience Katie W. Stewart's magical cover illustration.
If you want to open up your child's imagination to the imagery that words can create and watch them laugh at the same time, then I'd highly recommend Mr Splendiferous and the Troublesome Trolls for reading to younger children, with the voices of course, and older children can entertain themselves with it. I've even heard that in England children are making trolls of their own.
Reviewed Aug/Sep 2013
It's a really great adventure story too which is great fun. We've laughed together most nights over various parts and again acted out some of the more revolting episodes. Getting chased about the house by your soon who's convinced himself he's got a certain green substance on his fingers gave us both cramp, from laughing and running!
Great fun and as long as she keeps writing them we'll keep reading!
A pleasant read for kids of all ages, full of nice squishy words they will enjoy.