How to Train Your Dragon

Book 8: How to Break a Dragon's Heart
By Cressida Cowell

As Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III continues the story of his youth, members of his Hooligan tribe are searching for young Camicazi. The daughter of the chief of the Bog-Burglars was caught in a horrific summer storm while alone in her boat. Their search takes them...

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How to Train Your Dragon

Book 7: How to Ride a Dragon's Storm
By Cressida Cowell

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, the greatest Viking hero who ever lived, continues his memoirs in How to Ride a Dragon’s Storm. Author Cressida Cowell relates the youthful adventures of the heir to the Hairy Hooligan Tribe throne when he was an average, not-very-heroic-looking boy. As...

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How to Train Your Dragon

Book 4 How to Cheat a Dragon's Curse
By Cressida Cowell

Hiccup Horrendous III, only son and heir of Stoick the Vast, chief of the Hairy Hooligans, is back. How to Cheat a Dragon's Curse continues the memoirs of the hero as translated by Cressida Cowell. As the tale opens, the young Viking and his fellow...

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How to Speak Dragonese

How To Train Your Dragon Book 3
By Cressida Cowell

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is back. As the Viking hero continues his memoirs, translated from the Old Norse by Cressida Cowell, the 12-year-old son and heir of Stoick the Vast is engaging in a lesson on boarding an enemy vessel. Leave it to Hiccup, his...

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How to Train Your Dragon

Book 2 How to Be a Pirate
By Cressida Cowell

As this sequel to How to Train Your Dragon opens, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III and his fellow trainees find themselves on a ship during a severe storm. The reason? The boys are learning Sword Fighting at Sea. However, before they can complete their lesson, the...

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Honeybee's Poem

Volume 5 (Honeybee Series)
By Jeanette Vuuren

One of a series of children’s educational books, Honeybee’s Poem by Jeanettte Vuuren is the fifth in a twelve-part series about honeybees, which is part of the greater Clever Minds Series. In Honeybee’s Poem, Vuuren offers general information about honeybees, much of which is elaborated...

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Honor's Journey

Living Then Books Volume 1
By D.B. Ayers

Honor's Journey by D.B. Ayers is not just a book for children but a book for everyone who loves reading about lives in different times. This book is about twins Hawk and his sister Fox. Everything goes reasonably well in their little native American village....

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Helga Returns

A James and Syvok Adventure
By Wendy Nystrom

Helga Returns - A James and Syvok Adventure by Wendy Nystrom is about the adventures of James for the second time. He finds a footprint and he asks his friends Syvok and Matthias to help him find out about the footprint. They discover that it...

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Hockey Agony

By Donna M. McDine

Hockey Agony by Donna M. McDine revolves around Larry and sports. Larry is unable to play any sport because of a broken leg so he is given the duty of running the clock during the big hockey contest. The story actually begins from there. The...

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How Did Tea and Taxes Spark a Revolution?

And Other Questions about the Boston Tea Party
By Linda Gondosch

This book appealed to me because sadly we weren’t taught much about history in school. Either that, or I am so old now that I have already forgotten it all. This book was a wonderful, fun, informative source for children (and adults) to learn more...