Carol, the Ancient Yuletide Troll

Carol, the Ancient Yuletide Troll


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Carol, The Ancient Yuletide Troll is the first in a series of stories about Carol, a good troll who serves as a Santa figure for monsters. It introduces Carol, and explains how she became Santa’s helper for delivering toys to the monsters.

When Carol sees that the other monsters don’t like her because she’s the only one who receives presents from Santa (as she is the only monster who is “nice”), Carol pays Santa a visit. Santa encourages Carol to be the one to help turn the monsters around and get them on his nice list too. Carol tries, but the other monsters just ignore her, inspiring her to take matters into her own hands. She begins secretly giving toys to the naughty monsters instead of continuing to try and turn them into nice ones. Despite her good intentions, will Carol’s actions go against Santa’s wishes and put her on the naughty list as well?

This fun, original story will not only teach children the importance of good behavior, but will teach them a great lesson in friendship, kindness, and sharing. Carol, The Ancient Yuletide Troll shows children the true spirit of Christmas in a new way from a not-so-scary monster named Carol.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781683507338
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 12/19/2017
Pages: 38
Sales rank: 1,113,539
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 5 - 10 Years

About the Author

Timothy Matthew “Matt” Taylor is an award-winning film and video writer and producer who currently lives in the beautiful town of Shrewsbury, Masssachusetts, 40 miles outside of Boston. After 10 years of working for the Mouse at the entertainment capital of the world, Walt Disney World, Matt and his family moved up to the Northeast to better pursue jobs in film and video as well as writing.

As a professional historian and genealogist, Matt currently leads and manages historic trolley tours in Boston, teaching and entertaining hundreds of thousands of visitors annually about the country’s rich history and where it began.

Allison Cain has a Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in drawing and watercolor from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. She has previously illustrated the book "Monster Mash-Up," written by Mark Rockets. Allison can be found on Instagram and at local conventions as HatterAndHolmes.

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