WorldCat Linked Data Explorer

http://worldcat.org/entity/work/id/864721089

Tollins explosive tales for children

These are the first three stories of the Tollins. Yes, they do have wings, but no, they aren't fairies. Tollins are a lot less fragile than fairies. In fact, the word fragile can't really be used to describe them at all. They are about as fragile as a house brick. In "How to Blow Up Tollins" a fireworks factory comes to the village of Chorleywood and the Tollins find themselves being used as industrial supplies. Being blasted into the night sky or spun round on a Catherine wheel is nowhere near a much fun as it sounds. It's up to one young Tollin to save his people from becoming an ingredient. In "Sparkler and the Purple Death" our hero looks execution in the face. Luckily, the executioner's mask in backwards. Finally, in "Windbags and Dark Tollins" Tollin society faces a threat from the Dorset countryside, which, again, is much more frightening and nail-bitingly dramatic than it actually sounds.

Open All Close All

http://schema.org/description

  • "In these three tales, Conn Iggulden introduces the explosive, magical and adventurous world of the Tollins, all beautifully illustrated in full colour. Complete with thrilling stories of danger and derring-do, glorious maps and diagrams, this is the definitive guide to Tollins, remarkable little flying creatures. Don't call them fairies. Ages 10+"
  • "These are the first three stories of the Tollins. Yes, they do have wings, but no, they aren't fairies. Tollins are a lot less fragile than fairies. In fact, the word fragile can't really be used to describe them at all. They are about as fragile as a house brick. In "How to Blow Up Tollins" a fireworks factory comes to the village of Chorleywood and the Tollins find themselves being used as industrial supplies. Being blasted into the night sky or spun round on a Catherine wheel is nowhere near a much fun as it sounds. It's up to one young Tollin to save his people from becoming an ingredient. In "Sparkler and the Purple Death" our hero looks execution in the face. Luckily, the executioner's mask in backwards. Finally, in "Windbags and Dark Tollins" Tollin society faces a threat from the Dorset countryside, which, again, is much more frightening and nail-bitingly dramatic than it actually sounds."@en
  • "Tollins have wings, but they aren't fairies. When a fireworks factory is using Tollins as industrial supplies, a young Tollin must save his people."@en
  • "Tollins have wings, but they aren't fairies. When a fireworks factory is using Tollins as industrial supplies, a young Tollin must save his people."

http://schema.org/genre

  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Humorous stories"@en
  • "Humorous stories"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"

http://schema.org/name

  • "Vorsicht Tollins! wer mag schon Feen?"
  • "Les Tollins : contes explosifs pour enfants"
  • "Tollins explosive tales for children"
  • "Tollins explosive tales for children"@en
  • "Vorsicht Tollins! - wer mag schon Feen?"
  • "Tollins : explosive tales for children"
  • "Tollins : explosive tales for children"@en