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Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III Is A Truly Extraordinary Viking Hero Known Throughout Vikingdom As The Dragon Whisperer But It Wasn T Always So Travel Back To The Days When The Mighty Warrior Was Just A Boy, The Quiet And Thoughtful Son Of The Chief Of The Hairy Hooligans Can Hiccup Capture A Dragon 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


10 thoughts on “How to Train Your Dragon

  1. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  2. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  3. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  4. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  5. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  6. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  7. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  8. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  9. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator


  10. says:

    What a delight to read Or should I say listen to Please, please, PLEASE if you are able to, listen to David Tennant s narration Not only does he narrate in his own Scottish accent, but he injects such enthusiasm into this already wacky story His narration alone bumped my rating up half a star Now onto the book itself I loved it Don t let the fact that it s a children s story deter you from picking this up Yes, it is a playful story about dragons and over the top Vikings, but it s imaginative and pretty self aware in its wackiness bordering on parody The author doesn t talk down to the reader nor does she try to instill too many lessons into the text.All in all, this was a satisfying, engaging story about becoming a hero the hard way brought to life by a superb narrator