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by Cressida Cowell

  • ISBN: 0316176184
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Cressida Cowell
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; 1 edition (November 7, 2011)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • FB2 size: 1785 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 554
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Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is the main protagonist of the book series. He was the last of the great Viking heroes, and lived during the period when the dragons vanished from Earth.

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is the main protagonist of the book series. The series takes the form of Hiccup's memoirs, written by Hiccup as an old man in the third person because, as he puts it, the boy he was seems so far away that he might as well be a different person entirely

Book 8 of 12 in the How to Train Your Dragon Series.

Book 8 of 12 in the How to Train Your Dragon Series. However, those expecting the same silly and light craziness may also be surprised by the further stab into the heart this book brings. Is that a bad thing? No!

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Cressida Cowell is an English children's author, popularly known for the book series, How to Train Your Dragon .

Cressida Cowell is an English children's author, popularly known for the book series, How to Train Your Dragon, which has subsequently become an award-winning franchise as adapted for the screen by DreamWorks Animation. As of 2015, the series has sold more than seven million copies around the world. She was born on 15 April 1966 in London. She is the daughter of Michael Hare, 2nd Viscount Blakenham.

Book 8 of 11 in the How to Train Your Dragon Series. Stranded on the exceptionally dangerous, and possibly haunted, Beach of the Broken Heart, Hiccup must face Ug the Uglithug and complete the Impossible Task-or die trying. Along the way, he'll have to battle Berserks, dodge Scarers, and save Fishlegs from being fed to the Beast, all while being hunted down by an old enemy with a dark secret about the mysterious Lost Throne. With Toothless by his side, and time to stage his rescue running out, what's a Hero to do? Hardcover, 320 pages.

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Cressida cowell how to .Cressida Cowell How to Train Your Dragon 04, . No sound, that is, apart from an appalling, mad screaming coming from somewhere out in the middle of the ice. For a small party of young boys and their teacher from the Hooligan Tribe had set out from the little Isle of Berk where they lived to the Island of Villainy to the south. Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third will be in charge of the Hunting Party when you get to the mountain. Ten of the boys groaned and turned around to look furiously at Hiccup.

Stranded on the exceptionally dangerous, and possibly haunted, Beach of the Broken Heart, Hiccup must face Ug the Uglithug and complete the Impossible Task-or die trying.

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Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third, the Hope and Heir to the Tribe of the Hairy Hooligans, had been . He'd spent hour after long hour dragon watching in secret. Dragon-spotters were thought to be geeks and nerds, hence the need for secrecy.

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third, the Hope and Heir to the Tribe of the Hairy Hooligans, had been feeling slightly sick ever since he woke up that morning. Ten boys, including Hiccup, were hoping to become full members of the Tribe by passing the Dragon Initiation Program. They were standing on a bleak little beach at the bleakest spot on the whole bleak island. A heavy snow was falling. And what Hiccup had learned about dragons told him that walking into a cave with three thousand dragons in it was an act of madness.

How to Train Your Dragon is an American media franchise from DreamWorks Animation and loosely based on the eponymous series of children's books by British author Cressida Cowell. It consists of three feature films: How to Train Your Dragon (2010), How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) and How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019).

Stranded on the exceptionally dangerous, and possibly haunted, Beach of the Broken Heart, Hiccup must face Ug the Uglithug and complete the Impossible Task--or die trying. Along the way, he'll have to battle Berserks, dodge Scarers, and save Fishlegs from being fed to the Beast, all while being hunted down by an old enemy with a dark secret about the mysterious Lost Throne. With Toothless by his side, and time to stage his rescue running out, what's a Hero to do?
Reviews about How to Train Your Dragon: How to Break a Dragon's Heart (Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III) (7):
Swordsong
This series of books has been a hit with my 6 year old grandson (and me). We are working our way through the entire collection about the boyhood of the famous Viking Hiccup and his friends and dragons. Vivid characters, sometimes crude and a little violent, the stories are creative, suspenseful and exciting. Although they are stand alone stories with flashbacks and background, it is far more fun to start with Book 1 and work your way through the series. Even the drawings done by the author are terrific. Yes Vikings can be ugly and it beats the beautified and sanitized version of books one and two Disney did. Hats off toe Cowell.
Fenius
I have to say this installment surprised me. This is very much the kind of book to be expected from this series and certainly rises to every standard of Cressida Cowell's work. However, those expecting the same silly and light craziness may also be surprised by the further stab into the heart this book brings. Is that a bad thing? No! Cowell has always managed to bring in plenty of subtle emotion, but this one shows growth in that department that should be acknowledged when a book starts with an old Viking saga of family betrayal and murder and a (yet another) kidnapping.

Be expecting epic here.

Trouble arises when a love letter to the Princess Tantrum is discovered--written by someone from Berk. Hiccup takes the blame, and finds himself a fiance--and in danger of being sacrificed to a dragon. Expanding on the story is a delve into Berk history with one of the most solemn story lines yet to appear in this series.

If it sounds too serious, keep in mind that this book is everything it should be. There is plenty of silliness and humor, and Cowell extends her wild creativity to delight any reader. The snappy humor and writing is still in going strong, and I think the contrast between the wackiness and the heartbreak is absolutely magical. So yes, this needs to be read by anyone who can appreciate the crazy storybook wonder.
Άνουβις
How to Train Your Dragon is just one of those books that people of all ages can enjoy. One of the things that caught my attention about this book, is that it is written in a way that gives the reader the impression that the author is speaking to them. We find out very early on, that Hiccup, the main character of this tale, is actually narrating to us the stories from his childhood. I always get a kick out of that, because it makes me feel as though I were sitting around small campfire back in the old ages, listening to the old crazy village story-teller imparting stories of heroes and legend, haha.
Mavegelv
My 12-year-old adores this series!! We are collecting them all. She listens to them every night at bed time. The narration is amazing and it makes you feel like you are right there in the story. she even listens while loading the Dish washer to help her finish a task she does not love....whatever helps get it finished... If your child likes the "How to Train a Dragon" movie or series I highly recommend these.
Pemand
Cressida Cowell is JK Rowling (whose work I love) with a better sense of language and a more satisfying and nuanced plot. The audible version with David Tennant is delicious. Not just for Kids too--I am a professor in my 40's and listen on the way to work for the sheer pleasure of it.
Tegore
He started reading this series in April, maybe, and is already on Book 8. I looked these books up, they are actually at RL 6.4 or so, he's just starting 5th grade, so what's great about these is they are a higher RL but they also have a lot of pictures, which is what really draws him to a book (but he doesn't like graphic novels... go figure!). He's a very strong reader, but often rejects books that are text-only... and often books with lots of pictures or drawings are at a really low reading level. Here is an author who gets that kids are extremely visual now, and just because they want pictures doesn't mean they want a "picture book" reading level!
Drelajurus
This is the newest episode in the adventures of Hiccup, a nerdy, bookish viking boy who is heir to his tribe's leadership. The strong, brutish, and dumb vikings make fun of him. But he uses brains and ingenuity to prevail. He owns a small, disobedient dragon and has nerdy best friend, Fishlegs. My son (now 11) has been reading these since he was 8. He is a reluctant reader, but he finishes these books in a day or day-and-a-half. He is getting a bit old for them, now, but still wanted to read this one. He is eagerly looking forward to the upcoming movie (should be out in 2010). This book seems to be available only in the UK, and I'm not sure why. I ordered it from the UK, though. Shipping was reasonable, and it arrived very quickly! I highly recommend this, and all the Hiccup books, especially for boys who are reluctant readers.
My two boys have been reading this series over the past 2 years (thru ages 7-11) and really enjoyed it. They tore through this last one and hope there's more. It's a fun and engaging series with quirky nuances in the presentation that keep them interested, which for young readers is the most important thing - keep them interested, keep them reading. But the series also has some good moral lessons on character and life, so that's an added bonus from a lot of the 'poopy' books out there.

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