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Totally Trolls Alternative : Trouble with Trolls BookTreva's trouble with trolls begins when she climbs Mount Baldy with her dog Tuffi. The trolls who live there long for a dog, and they try to kidnap him. But Treva is brave and quick-thinking. She outwits one troll after another until she reaches the very top of the mountain, where five trolls are waiting--and they want her dog! From underground to mountain peak, Jan Brett's story is filled with adventure and eye-catching detail.

Trolls have a long and storied history in literature, dating back to ancient myths and folklore. Originating in Norse mythology and Scandinavian legends, trolls were often depicted as large, brutish creatures that dwelled in isolated rocks, mountains, or caves. They were commonly thought to be dangerous and antagonistic towards humans. In medieval sagas and fairy tales, trolls often played the role of menacing obstacles that heroes had to overcome. With the advent of fantasy literature in the 20th century, notably in works like J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings," the concept of trolls expanded and diversified. They became more nuanced characters—sometimes evil, sometimes benign. Contemporary literature and media continue to evolve the troll archetype, often providing them with complex personalities and roles that range from villainous to comical, thereby ensuring their enduring presence in cultural narratives.