Tulle, Trulle and Mulle are three troll girls who live deep in the woods in a small troll cave together with their troll mummy and troll daddy. One day they discover a village just outside the forest and this is the beginning of many exciting adventures for the three troll girls. They can make themselves invisible by touching the great invisibility stone at the edge of the forest and this means that they can mix with humans without anyone seeing them. They find it very exciting and great fun to look at all the things that people do, especially the children, but they also learn that people are not always nice to each other. This is when Tulle, Trulle and Mulle decide to help the humans a little and since they can make themselves invisible, they can also make things happen. Also, they can make all kinds of funny voices and they are very inventive in their own way. Strange things begin to happen to the people in the village; the skeleton at the school comes to life, a grumpy daddy gets a clown’s nose, a chocolate gets really upset because it was stolen, a piece of litter has a serious talk with the litterbug, angry snowballs fly through the air all by themselves, a kitchen comes to life to help a mum who has dust on her brain and, finally, we hear about all the packages that disappear on X-mas Eve. We also get to know troll mum, who loves nature, troll dad, who thinks that his troll girls are the sweetest kids in the world, and the big troll family at the Great Leaf Fall Party in the troll forest.
"Kjempekoselig bok. Elsket av mine barnebarn på 6 og 11 år." Marny Elin Fretheim-Nielsen, Bestemor.
'A wonderful book. Loved by my grandchildren 6 and 11 years old.' Marny Elin Fretheim-Nielsen, Grandmother.
Tulle, Trulle, Mulle and the Humans is a fairy tale story for children aged 5-11.
This book is so much inner child work for me and I have a bubbly feeling in my tummy when I think of it. The work of the illustrator Nina Flatnes Bratbak is simply wonderful and it takes the book to a whole new level. The stories about these three troll girls go many years back to when our two daughters were little girls. Tulle, Trulle and Mulle popped up in my mind one night at bed time and from then on my daughters wanted to hear a new story about these three troll girls every night before bed time. 18-20 years passed when the stories suddendly re-appeared in my mind. This was one night when I was putting my nephew and niece to bed, and encouraged by my mum and the rest of my family, I started writing the book, which has eight little stories in it.
Tulle, Trulle, Mulle and the Humans is available as an e-book in English on Amazon.