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ISBN:0956231519
Author: Max Stasyuk,Garth Edwards
ISBN13: 978-0956231512
Title: The Trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood (Adventures of Titch & Mitch)
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Inside Pocket Publishing (September 1, 2011)
Pages: 144

The Trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood (Adventures of Titch & Mitch) by Max Stasyuk,Garth Edwards



Start by marking The Trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The second in the series of Titch & Mitch adventures for young readers and bed-timing parents. Garth Edward's charming and humorous stories follow the exploits of two lively pixies that will delight and entertain children worldwide. These stunningly illustrated adventures engage and stimulate young imaginations with humor, humanity and magic.

Titch & Mitch continue their adventures in the Trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood, the second book in the Titch & Mitch series. My children loved Shipwrecked and were equally pleased with Trolls. The illustrations deserve particular mention - they really fire the imagination. This is the second of five wonderful books, and it contains five different stories. The pixies get into trouble and scrapes and somehow always seem to manage to wriggle out of them and all is well at the end of each story. Here a gnome leads them inadvertently to the mines where Mitch is imprisoned by the evil trolls

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Written by Garth Edwards Illustrated by Max Stasyuk. Titch and Mitch, two adventurous pixies, are back in this collection of stories featuring their magic flying bicycle. All they have to do is yell ‘up, up and away’ and they are pedaling through the air. One day, Titch and Mitch have a party. It begins to rain but, when the storm is over, there is a beautiful rainbow. Instead of a pot of gold, they encounter a hermit. This is the fifth book of The Adventures of Titch and Mitch. TITLE: The Trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood. AUTHOR: Garth Edwards. ILLUSTRATOR: Max Stasyuk. PUBLISHER: Inside Pocket, 2011.

Edwards G. ISBN: 978-562315-1-2 . Pursuing rainbows, saving frightened little trees from terrible witches and flying over roof tops on their magic bicycle are all in a day's work for Titch and Mitch, but this time it's Mitch that needs saving. The trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood love sugar loaf from the Sugar Bread Mines and force other poor creatures to dig it out for them. And they have taken Mitch prisoner! But luckily Titch, Wiffen and Perry are on the case. Enjoy making friends? Going on visits? Helping others? Adventure? Welcome to the world of Titch & Mitch!

The Trolls of Sugar Loaf Wood The Adventures of Titch and Mitch Volume 2 Garth Edwards Max Stasyuk 9781494352479 Books Download As PDF : . .

From the "Adventures of Titch & Mitch" series, volume 1. by Garth Edwards & illustrated by Max Stasyuk. They pack up a little food and head off on a series of adventures that take them away from the safe haven of Pixie Valley and out into the human world where they are kidnapped by a schoolboy, then escape on a boat that crashes on an island. There they are befriended by a series of talking animals and rescue a fairy caught in a shrub.

Reviews: 4
Flarik
My 4-year-old adores this entire book series. We typically read half a chapter each night and he was always excited to learn what was going to happen next. The trolls were kind of scary for him, so I didn't show him the illustrations.
Najinn
This is the second of five wonderful books, and it contains five different stories. The pixies get into trouble and scrapes and somehow always seem to manage to wriggle out of them and all is well at the end of each story. Here a gnome leads them inadvertently to the mines where Mitch is imprisoned by the evil trolls. And in another story they meet the girl Wendy and hide in her dolls house and narrowly escape getting married! The books seemed to be aimed at boys, but in fact my daughter, who is by no means a tom-boy, loves them. I used to read them to her and now she reads them herself. Her favorite character is probably Misty the fairy. Here, animals come to life, with magical abilities and skills, a bicycle can fly, and they are all beautifully portrayed in lovely sketches. Altogether charming books for magical story time.
Zeleence
This is the second of five wonderful books, and it contains five different stories. The pixies get into trouble and scrapes and somehow always seem to manage to wriggle out of them and all is well at the end of each story. Here a gnome leads them inadvertently to the mines where Mitch is imprisoned by the evil trolls. And in another story they meet the girl Wendy and hide in her dolls house and narrowly escape getting married! The books seemed to be aimed at boys, but in fact my daughter, who is by no means a tom-boy, loves them. I used to read them to her and now she reads them herself. Her favorite character is probably Misty the fairy. Here, animals come to life, with magical abilities and skills, a bicycle can fly, and they are all beautifully portrayed in lovely sketches. Altogether charming books for magical story time.
inform
This is the fourth of five wonderful books, and it contains five different stories. The pixies get into trouble and scrapes and somehow always seem to manage to wriggle out of them and all is well at the end of each story. Here in the Magic Boots Wiffin marches around like John Cleese, before they find their rightful owner, and leter they help Misty the fairy deliver medicine to the tree hospital for sick birds. The books seemed to be aimed at boys, but in fact my daughter, who is by no means a tom-boy, loves them. I used to read them to her and now she reads them herself. Her favorite character is probably Misty the fairy. Here, animals come to life, with magical abilities and skills, a bicycle can fly, and they are all beautifully portrayed in lovely sketches. Altogether charming books for magical story time.