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    PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell I saw the film a while back and really enjoyed it I bought the book for my daughter Celyn's 9th birthday and read it to her she's registered b

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    review How to Train Your Dragon PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell 2010Finally finally I found itBoy where do I start? Okay to make things clear I did see the movie first it was one of Dreamworks' best ever but that didn't necessarily mean I had expectations for this book based on that I did check up on it before reading it so I was fully prepared with the knowledge that it was completely different from the movie when I started Still no matter how much I loved the movie I loved this b

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    read & download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Cressida Cowell Cressida Cowell ß 3 free download review How to Train Your Dragon How do I rate this book? I rate it Started reading it to my six year old but when he was too tired to continue I kept reading to myself and didn't put it down until I reached the last page

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    Cressida Cowell ß 3 free download read & download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Cressida Cowell PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell What a fun little series I read this book in a sitting and I enjoy it It's very much a fantasy Roald Dahl type writing I've never seen the movies so I enjoyed the fresh perspective

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    read & download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Cressida Cowell PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell I love these movies They are wonderful I expected the book to be somewhat similar and they really aren’t I think the mo

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell I read this alongside watching Cressida Cowell's reading of this book on her YouTube channel It was such a wonderful reading that really transpo

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    review How to Train Your Dragon Cressida Cowell ß 3 free download PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell Edit 2nd reading The book is good but the audio book just opened the characters up for me It made the book dynamic and the characters seem fun I was enthusiastic this time I will be seeking out books read by Tennant whom seems to come up with an endless amount of voices and energy to back them I now have the audio book to go with this one So far I’m thinking this will change my rating It adds a lot to it

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [How to Train Your Dragon] AUTHOR Cressida Cowell I wanted to read this book because I HAD A DRAGON SHAPED HOLE IN MY READING LIFE Come on Who hasn't heard of the movie? And there's a book? I would be a negligant bookworm if I ignored it Just so you know it's nothing like the movie Except some of the names are the same Nope in the book Hiccup and the boys of his village must capture a dragon and train it in order to be initiated as warriors Hiccup captures a very tin

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read & download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Cressida Cowell Cressida Cowell ß 3 free download How to Train Your Dragon review ✓ 3 Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is a truly extraordinary Viking hero known throughout Vikingdom as the Dragon Whispererbut it wasn't always so Trav. 2010Finally finally I found itBoy where do I start Okay to make things clear I did see the movie first it was one of Dreamworks best ever but that didn t necessarily mean I had expectations for this book based on that I did check up on it before reading it so I was fully prepared with the knowledge that it was completely different from the movie when I started Still no matter how much I loved the movie I loved this book too The characters are likable as story book characters anyway I doubt anyone would want to meet a real Gobber the Belch in person and the idea and plot are original and entertaining I think this version earns the title of How to Train Your Dragon alot than the movie Hiccup who already isn t real Viking material is set up to train an impossibly small yet needy whiney vain ungrateful disobediant proud cheeky self centered brat of a dragon Toothless don t let all those adjectives set you off he s still cute which he uickly understands could take alot than just the simple advise of Yell At It to accomplish It doesn t matter that he can speak Dragonese luck just isn t on his side He ll have to train dragons his own wayThe morals of this story are well delivered You can tell how Hiccup s methods pay off when having treated Toothless with kindness and generosity such that no other Viking has Toothless finally feels grateful enough to help him defeat the Green Death This book is mainly aimed at nine and up year old boys but I bought it for me and I ended up reading it to my little sister who enjoyed listening to it and surprisingly was able to overlook the fact that it was nothing at all like the movie she loved Toothless was still her favorite character and Hiccup mine2013I feel like I should update this review given the amount of likes it s getting and plus because the above review looks pretty mediocre to me now Also since then I ve read and reread the rest of the Hiccup books as well Actually this will be like a list of reasons why you should read these books rather than an actual review of this oneSo to get right to itReasons to read the How to Train Your Dragon series by Cressida Cowell1 Our little Hero in Training the smallish boy with the longish name of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third is in my opinion one of the sweetest protagonists in literature alongside Bilbo Baggins playing the excellent role of reluctant hero He reminds me a little bit of Jim Hawkins from Treasure Island although less inclined to thoughts of glory He s a selfless modest polite and extremely kind little kid just trying to stumble along in doing what s right And although his overall personality doesn t go through any drastic change as the books progress it s enjoyable to see his little moments of triumph when he realizes there is still one last thing he can do There is some character development in the last few books when the story starts to get darker and Hiccup grows older but in the end I like him the way he is This is the kind of character who makes you smile when he s happy cry when he cries get mad when he gets mad and cheer silently in your head when he stands up after falling Although the books wouldn t be nearly as enjoyable or funny without his friends who provide most of the comic relief although Hiccup himself does make uite a few smart sarcastic comments Hiccup is the real soul of the series2 The fantasy world Hiccup and his friends inhabit is filled with places as fantastic and incredible as they are treacherous And they re filled with lots and lots and lots of dragons of every shape and size from the tiny Nanodragons some of which glow like worms to the Monstrous Seadragons the size of mountains that can be found in the depths of the ocean or in dark underground tunnels and caves The dragons in these books are unlike any other dragons I ve read or watched Oh sure you ll find the occasional ultimately smarter nobler high and mightier than thou dragon of the old fairy tales that conversation with the Green Death was reminiscent of Bilbo s little chat with Smaug and there are uite a lot of blood thirsty no mercy killing machine dragons euipped with weapons even worse than fire breath but the best of the dragons in these books are as distinctive as the human characters they share their world with the ones that argue pick a fight pick on others pick their noses smirk laugh snort show off show up groan complain play tricks play with their masters play with each other and give the occasional helping hand or claw in a crisis the humans can t seem to solve on their own In fact you could describe these dragons like misbehaved little puppies The relationship Hiccup has with his own dragon Toothless is one of than just Master and Beast it s one of a boy and his pesky younger brother or a Model A student and his trouble maker friend Mostly it s that of two companions who ve been through a lot together and who stick together through thick and thin not precisely out of loyalty or friendship but because they wouldn t have it any other way3 The story itself is just plain fun to read through The books start out as seeming completely disconnected of The Whacky Adventures of So and So variety Amazing World of Gumball Misadventures of Flapjack Well some Cartoon Network show You might even roll your eyes at the juvenile humor clearly aimed at the nine and under year olds these books were originally written for In the last few books however everything gets sewn neatly together in ways that ll leave you gobsmacked and then things start getting a bit serious and it s for this reason that although they may say it s safe to do so it s best not to read the books out of order or at least not the last four But yes for the most part How to Train Your Dragon is just great for laugh out loud until you cry moments Even the villains though mad and dangerous when angry provide much of the humor The dragons too as I ve said are hugely entertaining besides Toothless there s One Eye the Sabre Toothed Driver Dragon who hates humans or Ziggerastica the self proclaimed god Now that I think of it in regards to the humor part of the series I d liken it most to the anime One Piece it may seem childish in some parts and the characters don t feel like they re taking anything seriously but when things get nasty they can pull their own and you find yourself saving your laughs for laterI can think of plenty reasons if I sit here long enough but the three I ve given provide a nice long essay in themselves so I m sure they ll suffice All that s left to say is that I give this series a strong recommendation I m not saying everyone who reads it will like it the same way I suppose that not everyone who watches One Piece for the first time will instantly fall in love with it although I certainly did but I think all that matters is your ability to love adventure to love the characters and to tap into your inner hero And if not a hero there s always at least someone who appreciates heroism somewhere inside you which is probably why you read books about them in the first place2014Hehe me again Well of course So the second movie is out I have to say although it was amazing I m pretty sure I prefer the first movie better The first film s poignant moments were treated with subtlety and it came off as an overall very charming film without really trying too hard It s like the directors were so scared of tarnishing its reputation that they decided to take everything that was good about the first film and crank it up to overblown levels of epicness without really paying it the amount of attention it deserved so that all these conflicting elements comedy drama action cutsey ness flowed easily from scene to sceneAnywaysI came up with a fourth reason haha You have to read of this overlong review of a book series that s still probably only being bought because people loved the movie so much that s me being a hypocrite la di da daSo reason number4 Despite it being a children s book series these books don t talk down to kids And when I say that I don t only mean that the narrative is surprisingly very adult using normal literary vocabulary rather than over simplified written like you say it kid speak say like I don t know The Lightning Thief Some of the situations Hiccup gets himself in are truly intense It s one of the reasons why though I do love the films I would love for a one hundred percent faithful cartoon animated series to be adapted from these books I want to see these scenes Watching Httyd 2 in cinema I got the feeling that the directors were trying to make Hiccup look a little badass that awesome fire sword though I m not gonna say that book version Hiccup is much of a badass himself in the end he ll always be the nicey nice guy but because he s so unexceptional and pathetic looking other characters get that much shocked and afraid when he does manage to put one over on them He doesn t always manage to keep his cool and wins don t come easy he panics and gets scared and very often has to fight for his life but that s what makes the danger seem real and Hiccup like a hero especially considering that he s still a kid Aside from the aforementioned sketch with the Green Death my most favorite scene of the series I would really love to see Hiccup looking for the witch in the dark of the tree prison or riding away on the back of the Windwalker with a murderous hundreds strong dragon hoard on the chase or scrambling up the mast of a sinking ship trying to get away from an axe wielding madman in the midst of a storm fully animated Not like a regular kids cartoon but something along the lines of Avatar The Last Airbender On page a lot of these situations may sound ridiculous but if you really allow yourself to picture it that way it s nothing short of astoundingPlus Hiccup is an expert sword fighter in this versionDecember 2015The final book has been released and I ve read it and loved it and a link to my review is right here

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read & download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Cressida Cowell Cressida Cowell ß 3 free download How to Train Your Dragon review ✓ 3 El back to the days when the mighty warrior was just a boy the uiet and thoughtful son of the Chief of the Hairy Hooligans Can Hiccup capture a d. How do I rate this book I rate it Started reading it to my six year old but when he was too tired to continue I kept reading to myself and didn t put it down until I reached the last page

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read & download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Cressida Cowell Cressida Cowell ß 3 free download How to Train Your Dragon review ✓ 3 Ragon and train it without being torn limb from limb Join the adventure as the small boy finds a better way to train his dragon and become a hero. Edit 2nd reading The book is good but the audio book just opened the characters up for me It made the book dynamic and the characters seem fun I was enthusiastic this time I will be seeking out books read by Tennant whom seems to come up with an endless amount of voices and energy to back them I now have the audio book to go with this one So far I m thinking this will change my rating It adds a lot to it

  • Hardcover
  • 214
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Cressida Cowell
  • English
  • 17 February 2018
  • 9780316737371