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Troll Swap

de Leigh Hodgkinson

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Timothy Limpet feels out of place in the troll family - he likes things to be just so, and most trolls, frankly, don't. Tabitha Lumpit likes things to be loud, loopy and messy and she feels a fish out of water in her very neat family.
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What to do with a child who doesn't fit into the family? How about swapping out for a monster who does fit in, and vice versa? Maybe not. Cute, though.

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  Kaethe | Oct 16, 2016 |
Charming, witty celebration of individualism. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
"Troll Swap" is a wonderful book in many ways and, personally, one of my new favorites. Leigh Hodgkinson tells the story of two characters who are very different from their peers. Timothy Limpet is a troll who is very tidy and clean compared to his troll neighbors and Tabitha is a messy and loud little girl. Upon meeting they notice these differences and decide to swap lives, the rest is history (unless you read the book). Leigh Hodgkinson does a great job at including expressive language in the text and showing the playful aura of the characters. Also, Hodgkinson creates a conversational atmosphere that is engaging as you read. When the other polite, little boys and girls are being introduced in comparison to Tabitha she includes a line for each of them to show their politeness; for example, "Most little boys and girls are polite. "Who would like to share my candy?"". In addition to the conversational atmosphere that is created in this story, the illustrations are very bright and colorful. The illustrator drew pictures that perfectly exemplified Tabitha's messy nature and Timothy's tidy and neat life. I believe that the overall message of this story is that no matter how different you feel from your peers, it is important to stay true to who you are. ( )
  bridgetmcnamara | Apr 13, 2015 |
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Timothy Limpet feels out of place in the troll family - he likes things to be just so, and most trolls, frankly, don't. Tabitha Lumpit likes things to be loud, loopy and messy and she feels a fish out of water in her very neat family.

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