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Start your review of I Had Trouble In Getting To Solla Sollew Write a review Dec 30, Gary rated it it was amazing The narrator of the story and lead character is a small furry bear like creature, who leads a happy go lucky existence in the Valley of Vung. This all changes when he is attacked by a host of rather nasty creatures - a very fresh Green Headed Quiligan Quail, a Skritz and a Skrink.
Unfortunately the journey to Solla Sollew The narrator of the story and lead character is a small furry bear like creature, who leads a happy go lucky existence in the Valley of Vung. Unfortunately the journey to Solla Sollew is fraught with difficulties and dangers, and when our friend reaches Solla Sollew, he discovers that the one little problem that Solla Sollew has, makes the city inaccessible.
Eventually he comes to the realization that problems need to be faced and can not be run away from. We need to re-examine our thought patterns. A great motivational book, for both children and adults.
It was one of my childhood favourites. The moral is the one thing in this world my mom, my dad, my brother and I agree on: If people mess with you, smash their faces in. It may not be the best way to solve problems, but it sure beats running away, or turning the other cheek and waiting for some savior to come and carry you off to heaven for it.
Some families read The Bible together; we read this. If I had a kid, I would read her this book every night before bed, and her first words would be "My troubles are going to have troubles with me!
I Had Trouble In Getting To Solla Sollew
The story features classic Seuss rhymes and drawings in his distinctive pen and ink style. The book is a first-person narrative told by a young narrator who experiences troubles in his life mostly aggressive small animals that bite and sting and wishes to escape them. He then goes back home to deal with his "troubles", arming himself with a big bat and resolving that "Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me! In one instance, the protagonist is forced to haul a wagon for a bossy companion.
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