|David E. Hubler
|The Too-Tall Troll in the Tiny Tollhouse by David E. Hubler
Tilden Troll didn’t think he was any different from other trolls until he
entered the first grade. There, because of his size, he was laughed at and
teased by his classmates, who were led by one especially nasty bully. But
when the bully found himself in big trouble, only Tilden’s size could save
him. That became the start of a new friendship and the end of the bullying.
The class learned that it’s okay to be different, everyone is; but bullying and
making fun of others is always wrong.
|Four fans of “The Too-Tall Troll in the Tiny Tollhouse”
reading the book in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania