Alice & The Troll
Book 1 in the Princess Alice Series of Online Adventures
Princess Alice is bored with everyone being so nice to her. She wants to find a new friend far from home who doesn't know she is a werewolf princess.
Troll is bored as well; he wants a new pet.
Alice and Troll both go online and turn to social media to fulfil their needs. Both change their names to hide their true identity in order to find what they are looking for.
Read what happens when Princess Alice & Troll meet online and the exciting adventures that follow.
Talking to your children is the best way to help keep them safe online
A fantasy parable set in a world of werewolves and trolls, as their story unfolds it introduces concepts of online safety and how on the internet things may not always be as they seem.
The book subtly introduces concepts such as parental controls and real-world rules for using the internet safely.
Written for the author's 7-year-old daughter this is an adventure book that doesn't preach, but explores some of the methods to stay safe and embrace the digital world.
Formatted as a chapter book, broken down into easy to read sections for young readers in the range of 6-9 or thereabouts.
Available in both paperback and Kindle eBook.
Does princess Alice make a new friend?
Will Troll find a pet?
Does anyone get pie?
Also look out for
Alice Uploads a Picture - available now. Find out what happens when Alice uploads a family picture on her social media account and it goes viral.
Alice & The Agreement - Coming Soon. When Alice clicks to accept terms and Conditions without reading the detail it seems as if Troll finally will get his pet.
About the Author
Graham Pullen is an experienced IT Service Manager having spent some 25 years + explaining complex IT issues to non-technical business audiences. As a self-confessed older dad he uses his technical experience and love of story telling with his daughter to create a mythical fantasy world that brings alive complex contemporary social issues that the online generation need to be equipped to navigate.