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Discover The Troll of Trafalgar Square this Christmas

Discover a story inspired by the traditional Trafalgar Square Christmas tree this holiday.

 

Every year, the people of Oslo give the people of London the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree, as thanks for the help during the second world war, and to mark the strong bond between the two nations. This Christmas, the youngest among us can discover a story inspired by this very tradition: The Troll of Trafalgar Square.

Illustration from The Troll of Trafalgar Square - Illustration by Jess Bragg

Illustration from The Troll of Trafalgar Square –
Illustration by Jess Bragg

The story evolves around Anfred, a little Norwegian troll who was fast asleep in his favourite spruce tree but awakes to find he has been transported all the way to London. Surrounded by large statues, millions of strangers, cars, and numerous pigeons, Anfred is afraid. Luckily for him he meets Hudson, a helpful, young boy hungry for a Christmas adventure.

Cover of The Troll of Trafalgar Square

Cover of The Troll of Trafalgar Square

The Troll of Trafalgar Square, written by Fiona Scott, is a fun Christmas-themed adventure for families to enjoy together. Be sure to also visit the Norwegian Christmas spruce on Trafalgar Square, you might see a troll or two.

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