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Review #1

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I’ve been reading these books to my kids for almost 4 years now. We just finished book 10 and it may be the best, definitely better than any of books 2-9 and as good or better than the original.
How to Train Your Dragon: How to Seize a Dragon’s Jewel is the most thoughtful and grownup of the books yet. Our good friend Hiccup is growing up, beginning to face more difficult choices, and the Archipelago is at war. Hiccup is dealing with adult questions, a society in change, and in additional to the farcical romp of books 1-9, Hiccup faces choices about right and wrong that are good for older kids to start understanding.
My kids are now 11 and 8. Book 10 was probably right on the edge of being too heavy and morose for our 8 yo but I’d say it’s perfect for the 11 year old who can see Hiccup at 14 as not much older than some older friends.
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I’m glad this isn’t the last book. Just like Hiccup and his friends don’t want to imagine a world without dragons, I don’t want to imagine a world without a new How to Train Your Dragon to read to my kids.

Review #2

How to Steal a Dragon’s Sword series How to Train Your Dragon

If you have a 7-10 year old BOY OR GIRL, they will love these books. It is better to read some of the earlier ones to get what’s happening in this one but it’s an exciting coming of age story nonetheless. We have the whole series and I am rereading them with my 8 year old son. His older sister read them and now it’s a family affair. The stories are touching, funny, exciting and filled with life lessons. I love the hero Hiccup and his noble heart. I actually CRY when reading some of these books. Highly recommend, especially good to get kids moving out of picture books and into listening to chapter books. Very good source of vocabulary too because the author uses big words and it will help develop your child’s vocabulary. Start by reading out loud to them and then they can try to read a chapter to you. So much BETTER than the movie of the same name. READ THEM ALL!!! They will not disappoint.

Review #3

Audiobook How to Steal a Dragon’s Sword by Cressida Cowell

Love these books! There are not many books I purchase anymore because I order them from the library or get books free on kindle. But these…I have bought every one. I can’t wait to read them again. I found them when I was getting books for my 8 year old son. Turns out they were captivating to us both. You don’t need to read the first book first, but you should know that the story is different in many ways from the movie. For example, toothless the dragon is actually small and common as far as dragons go. So, you might want to start with the first book to get a sense of everything that is different…and then move into the later books.

Review #4

Audio  How to Steal a Dragon’s Sword narrated by David Tennant

I was a little surprised to learn this is NOT yet the last book of the series (as Book #9 had suggested, but I’m just fine with that. Cressida Cowell is continuing a story arc that started rather late in the series and is continuing it well with all the heart and charm the series had all along. While I did not find this book quite as good as its predecessor, this book is still quality enough in writing, storytelling and sheer fun to make for a solid 5-star rating. Truly this is a great addition to a stellar children’s book series.

The story beings six months from where the last book left off. Alvin the Treacherous is a cruel ruler, pretty much everyone is enslaved, and Hiccup must find the Dragon’s Jewel in hopes of restoring peace. To add further flavor and depth to the story are other tales of other characters, delightfully wrapping up loose ends with smaller tales wonderful in their own rights.

As always, Cowell is ready with wit, humor, and snappy lines of writing. Adventure? There is plenty, written in the action-packed way kids will love. And (no doubt stemming from Cowell’s background in books for much younger children) plenty of heart and well-stated morals as she doesn’t shy away from warmly giving lessons. The result is a thoroughly entertaining story that is uplifting, heartwarming, and inspiring–even in the face of danger and despair.

This is a tale well-told, one that is both fun and thoughtful. Fans of the series will be pleased, and it’s good to know the adventure continues.

Review #5

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