Coloring

Print out these fun coloring pages for hours worth of enjoyment. If you color outside the lines – no problem! Just print out another. OR be unique and go with your own fun, colorful style.  More pages will be added soon, so check back often for more fun Hamilton Troll activities! Also, be sure to…

Mazes

Mazes are so much fun! Test your skill with these fun printable maze pages. Start at the Beginning and try to navigate to the end or finish without going over any lines. More pages will be added soon, so check back often for more fun Hamilton Troll activities! Also, be sure to check out the Hamilton Troll…

Differences

Can you find the differences in each one of these printable worksheets? How detail oriented are you? Test your skill now. More pages will be added soon, so check back often for more fun Hamilton Troll activities! Also, be sure to check out the Hamilton Troll Coloring and Activity book for even more coloring and learning fun!

Word Search

Search for the words on the word bank or with some of these, there may be only one word to find multiple times. Can you do it? Try your skill but don’t forget to read the instructions.  More pages will be added soon, so check back often for more fun Hamilton Troll activities! Also, be…

Miscellaneous

Print out these fun activity pages for a color by numbers, connect the dots or even discover the hidden message!  More pages will be added soon, so check back often for more fun Hamilton Troll activities! Also, be sure to check out the Hamilton Troll Coloring and Activity book for even more coloring and learning fun!

Kathleen J. Shields

Kathleen J. Shields is a very creative, highly imaginative and extremely dedicated, hard working individual.  She has published two young adult books, and the  Hamilton Troll’s Adventures – fully-illustrated rhyming children’s stories.  She is writing many more children’s chapter books, adult stories and an inspirational Christian story all while running her own graphics and website…

Carol W. Bryant

From an early age, Carol Walker Bryant knew art was a part of her soul. Winning her first art contest at the age of six, Bryant followed her dream and has continued to fan the flames for her passion and pursuit of art! Receiving her degree in commercial art in 1991, and minoring in Fine…

Leigh A. Klug

From the time she could hold a crayon, Leigh loved to draw.  Having always been interested in cartoons and especially fantasy creatures, fairies, sprites and even trolls, Leigh knew her dream was to eventually go into that field. Leigh attended Sam Houston State University and went on to receive her Associates Degree from the Art…

Hamilton Troll Gifts

SHOP NOW! SHOP NOW! Now you can decorate your child’s room in a Hamilton Troll theme. From night lights, blankets, pillows and rugs, to bathroom sets with toothbrush holders, soap dispensers and bath mats, to kitchen items like aprons, hot chocolate mugs, to go containers and even lunch boxes. How much fun is that?

Awards & More

We have been very blessed to have won book awards 2 years in a row. The Texas Association of Authors felt Hamilton Troll and this series was important enough to receive First Place in best Picture Book and Best Children’s Educational Series and we couldn’t be more proud. This opened the door for a book…

About Us

Illustrator: Carol W. Bryant, Author: Kathleen J. Shields, Illustrator: Leigh A. Klug We are so happy to announce the publication of our 10th Hamilton Troll book, our second book award, for Best Educational Children’s Series, as well as our Hamilton Troll Curriculum. We have been hard at work creating and marketing this series. We want…

Raccoons

Raccoons climb trees when they feel threatened. They also make their homes in old tree hollows (holes). Their eyes are surrounded by brown/black fur (mask). Raccoons have been known to clean their food. They are good at problem solving and can remember solutions for up to three years.

Frogs

Frogs don’t drink; they absorb water through their skin. The smallest known frog is about 1in long, and the largest known frog is about a foot long. There are over 4,000 frog species in the world, with only 88 of them in the United States

Rabbits

Rabbits are very social and need lots of love and attention Rabbits teeth grow continuously throughout their life. Rabbits ears help regulate their temperature.

Owls

Owls cannot chew their food because they do not have teeth. Instead, they swallow their food whole. When their food contains things they can’t digest, they regurgitate pellets (throw-up) Owls are unable to move their eyes which means they must turn their entire head to see in a different direction.