"How to Train Your Dragon"

by Marilyn Roca Enriquez in

Children’s books and movies have always shared a sibling-rivalry relationship.  On the one hand, they compete for our attention with us often favoring one over the other as the better medium.  And yet more often then we are at times aware, the two are closely connected and even inspire and compliment one another.  With this in mind, we here at OutlooK-12 have decided for this month’s book reviews to focus on children’s books that were the inspiration for movies.  Please note, we are not including movie sequels or any other types of adaptations (i.e. television series, stage productions, etc.) in the reviews below.

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"How to Train Your Dragon" by Cressida Cowell
ISBN-13: 978-0316085274
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Film Adaptation: “How to Train Your Dragon”

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 becomes a hero!