The Icelandic Yule Lads: Mayhem at the North Pole: A modern adventure of the Icelandic Yule Lads spanning across Scandinavia! Follow the misadventures and mayhem of the Icelandic Yule Lads as the search for the source of the amazing holiday smells of goodies cooking. Along the way, they must use their troll magic to defeat the Monster Worm, the legendary ogre Gryla. They cause havoc as they travel through Scandinavia on their search with their puffin, whale and polar bear friends. Their mischief causes trouble at the Reindeer Training Camp and leads to mayhem at the North Pole! When Santa gets involved they find themselves in big trouble. EBook and paperback editions available.
Icelandic Yule Lads & Other Legends Coloring Book: A 34-page coloring book featuring all 13 of the Icelandic Yule Lads in scenes of their mayhem. Book includes puzzles, games, activities and four short stories. Stories based on Icelandic mythology and legendary characters. Vikings, Nordic history and Scandinavian heritage themes. has been passed down from generation to generation. Stories include The Guardians of Iceland, Gryla's Magic Spindle, The Monster Worm's Afternoon, and The Sunstone. The Sunstone introduces Tassi, the resident mouse who lives on the Viking Agnarr's longboat and accompanies him on his adventures.
The Guardians of Iceland and other Icelandic Folk Tales: The Guardians, The Trolls of Vik, The Monster Worm, Drangey,
the Sealskin and more. A collection of 27 classic Icelandic fairy tales and legends come from the days of the Vikings. Today's
readers will be enchanted by the modern updated versions of these utterly charming Icelandic tales . These stories are about
trolls that wandered throughout Iceland, the race of Hidden People with strong magic powers and the four powerful beings that
protect Iceland from all invaders. The mermaids and mermen, giants, shape-shifting seals, and dragons in disguise are here for
adventurous readers to discover. Each story provides a unique lesson, warning or folk tale wisdom in the classic Icelandic
tradition and are truly enjoyable to read again and again.
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The Legend of the Icelandic Yule Lads: After accidentally being seen by a human, Stekkjastaur finds he must rely on a young shepherd boy to keep his secret. He gives a gift just to protect his troll reputation, but the little boy's happiness made him happy as well. He learns that one of the greatest gifts you can receive is the joy in giving to someone else. One by one, the Yule Lads each take a break from his own mischief, and each one learns the happiness gained from gift-giving. Even from a source as unlikely as a troll, a selfish act wrapped up in the Christmas spirit can grow into something wonderful. Iceland's rich history of legends and folktales featuring a host of mystical creatures is reflected in this unique Christmas tale about trolls. This modernized version of the Icelandic Yule Lads brings new life to a very old story. The Legend of the Yule Lads is well-known among Icelanders and has been passed down from generation to generation for over 1,500 years.