Three Billy Goats Fluff by Rachael Mortimer

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Trip-trap! Trip-trap! How is Mr. Troll supposed to sleep when the three Billy Goats Fluff keep trip-trapping over his bridge? Twice a day, they loudly cross it to eat the lush green grass in the field by Mr. Troll's home. (The grass makes their fleeces extra fluffy, important for Mother Goat's knitting business.) But when Mr. Troll threatens to eat them, Mother Goat has a fluffy plan to keep everyone happy in this funny twist on a classic fairy tale!

About Rachael Mortimer

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Catherine Shoolbred is a writer who lives in London, England. Liz Pichon began her career illustrating greeting cards before she launched a successful career illustrating children's books. She lives in Brighton, England.
Published September 1, 2011 by Tiger Tales. 36 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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When the goats trip-trap along undeterred, he snarls a rhyming threat: “When I'm tired and feeling blue, / there's nothing quite like little goat stew!” Petrified, the nervous siblings run their little tails home to their mother, who sits, knitting adorable accessories for her boisterous trio.

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Summary: A fun, light-hearted twist on the Billy Goats Gruff fairy tale.

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