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Revue de presse

Vikings, dragons, Romans and mayhem cavort across the pages in their usual irreverent and hilarious style (School Librarian)

These Hiccup stories are a sure-fire hit with children aged 6 and over. Full of quirky, child-like illustrations, they sparkle with humour and wit. The adventure is rip-roaringly fast and will engage from the very first page (My Books Mag)

Good jokes, funny drawings and dramatic scenes (Daily Echo 2006-03-10)

This is book three in the How to Train Your Dragon series. They keep getting better and better. It's the best book ever! (guardian.co.uk 2014-01-23)

'If you haven't discovered Hiccup yet, you're missing out on one of the greatest inventions of modern children's literature.' (Julia Eccleshare, Guardian children's editor)

'Irresistably funny, exciting and endearing' (Amanda Craig, The Times)

CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE WEEK: 'This book is great fun and has a Blackadderish sense of humour ... full of the sort of jokes that will make schoolboys snigger.' (Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times)

A super story, inventive, ingenious, perpetually surprising. One to cherish. (Armadillo, Spring 2003)

A wonderfully wittily written and illustrated story. (Waterstones Quarterly Magazine)

How to Train Your Dragon is a delightful narrative caper... It offers a challenging read to 11-year-olds, and rewards reading aloud, especially for those who relish an element of theatre at story time. (Lindsey Fraser, Sunday Herald, Glasgow)

... raucous and slapstick... liberally illustrated with [Cressida Cowell's] riotous drawings, notes and maps. (The Financial Times)

[Cressida Cowell] puts a contemporary spin on the old brains over brawn moral and brings the story to a climax with a thrilling dragon duel. Lots for lots of different readers to enjoy. (Books for Keeps)

Cowell brings Hiccup to life in this silly and delightful little novel. (St Paul Pioneer Press)

Bulging with good jokes, funny drawings and dramatic scenes, it is absolutely wonderful. (Independent on Sunday)

'hilarious' (www.writeaway.org)

'funny and well writen' (Cheri Lloyd)

'another fiendishly funny catalogue of disaster' (Pet O'Connell)

We've loved Hiccup's dragon training adventures from the start. (tBk's Top 40 Children's Books) (tBk Magazine)

It's the best book ever! They keep getting better and better. (The Guardian 2014-01-22) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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The rollicking sequel to "How to Train Your Dragon" and "How to Be a Pirate" offers a fast-paced plot, slapstick humor, witty dialogue, and imaginative black-and-white illustrations to enhance an exciting tale featuring Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III. Now available in paperback!

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10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Awesome Book!!!Two Thubs WAY UP!!!!!!!! 16 février 2007
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I liked How to Speak Dragonese for several reasons. It had lots of humor, with that little side of fantasy(both my favorite genres!)I didn't really dislike anything in this book, it was SO GOOD! I think this because whenever there was a "The End," or "And they lived happily ever after," another challenge popped up for the main characters within the next few pages. This creates lots of suspense!

The setting in this book is in the past. They travel by non-motor boat and balloon, not by cars, planes, and steam boats. Once you start reading this, though, you can easily tell that it takes place in the past. It takes mostly takes place in the Barbaric Archipelago, but it also takes place a little in the Sea like a Woden's Bathtub, and the Isle of Berk.

Here's the basic outline of the plot: Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third has his dragon, Toothless, stolen by the Roman Empire! He tries to send a search party for Toothless, but before he can, the Romans take him and Fishlegs(Hiccup's best friend)to the Roman Empire,too! They both have to get out of the Empire without getting eaten by dragons!

The main characters in thsi book are:

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third: Hiccup never wants to give up; he is always trying his best in life. He is also somewhat funny.

Fishlegs: Fishlegs is Hiccup's best friend, but he is VERY clumsy, not very good at things, allergic to practically anything, and very scared.

Camicazi: Camicazi thinks she is always better then boys(she is a Bog Buglar, and all Bog Burglars are girls,) an aggressive sword fighter, nad sometimes odd.

Toothless the Dragon: Toothless is a VERY funny and unique dragon. this is becaouse he is so samll, and he has no fangs(that is why he is called Toothless.) He is Hiccup's dragon.

I would recommend How to Speak Dragonese to anyone who likes fantasy and/or adventure. If you like those genres, and you start this book, you wont be able to put it down!(At least I wasn't!)


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"How to Speak Dragonese Book Report" by my daughter Stephanie Age 9 1/2, 4th Grade 28 mars 2012
Par Jeff Christiansen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié

This book takes place in the time when the Romans had conquered most of the world, Vikings sailed the sea, and dragons filled the skies. In other words, the book takes place in the fictional past. I estimate that the year was in between the 700's and 1000's.

This is the 3rd book in the series. The setting is in two main places. One place is an isle named Berk. This is where Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III lives. The other place is Fort Sinister which is on another isle northwest of the Roman Empire. Hiccup and his dragon get stuck here later in the story.

The main character of the story is Hiccup. Hiccup is supposed to be the next Chief of the Hooligan tribe. Unfortunately, Hiccup has no Viking let alone Chief materiel. He has bad grades in Burping, Frightening Foreigners, Ruderey, Hammer throwing, Ship building, Boarding an enemy ship, and Basheyball. Thankfully, he has a good grade in Sword fighting.

Hiccup's dragon's name is Toothless. Toothless is small, maybe the height of a No 2. pencil. Despite his name, Toothless has one small tooth. Although he usually bites with his gums. Toothless, and all other dragons, speaks a language called Dragonese. Toothless' species of dragon is either Common, Garden or Basic Brown.

There are many conflicts in this story, but the main one is that Hiccup, Toothless, Fishlegs( Hiccup's best friend) and Camicazi ( the heir to the Bog-burglar tribe) were all kidnapped and taken to Fort Sinister.

First, Toothless ended up on Fort Sinister. Hiccup and Fishlegs were sailing The Hopeful Puffin , their boat, trying to board a Peaceable fishing boat and take their helmet, when they mistook a Roman dragon-capturing ship for a Peaceable boat (which is odd because the two look nothing like each other). To summarize, Toothless pooed in the Prefect's helmet and was captured by the Romans.

While on the ship, Hiccup saw the Roman's secret plans to capture all of the dragons of both Hooligan and the Bog-burglar tribes! Here is how they would do it. Two of them would disguise themselves as Hooligans are kidnap the heir to the Bog-burglar tribe (Camicazi) then vise-versa. While disguised as Bog-burglars, they couldn't decide who the heir was. All they had heard was that the heir was a weedy-looking kid. Hiccup and Fishlegs were both weedy-looking kids so the Romans/Bog-burglars took both of them. then the Romans expected the two tribes to go on a blood feud which is basically a war with a very confusing chart in the past. Since they were fighting, the Romans could capture the dragons without being noticed! Hiccup had to put a stop to it.

While on Fort Sinister, in the Tower, Camicazi was planning all sorts of crazy escape plans such as digging a tunnel with Hiccup's helmet. She tried that and ended up in the Consul's bathroom while he was bathing. Hiccup spent most of the time staring out the Tower window hoping that his father, Stoick the Vast, would come and rescue him. On Saturn's day Saturday there would be a Games festival and the four would be used as bait!

Like all stories, this one has a problem. It also has a solution. Back on Berk, Hiccup met a dragon that the Roman Consul was going to put in his food. His name is Ziggerastica. Ziggerastica told Hiccup that if he was in a life-threatening situation that he would save him. Ziggerastica is about the size of an acorn. Hiccup has very low hopes. But in the end, Ziggerastica saves Hiccup from deadly Sharkworms.

The purpose of the book is to entertain. The book is fantasy and fantasy books are meant to entertain. The book is funny and will have you turning pages faster than you can say "dragon". I recommend this book to anyone who likes "adventure cake" with "suspense frosting" and "humor flavored sprinkles"
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AudioBook Review Stars: Overall: 5 Narration: 5 Story: 4 19 juillet 2014
Par Gaele - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Such a fun series of stories, as again our intrepid hero Hiccup, his best friend Fishlegs, his small and spoiled hunting dragon Toothless and the rest of the Hairy Hooligans make this series a light, fun and entertaining one. When Hiccup isn’t spending his day studying his favorite things (dragons, dragonese and all things related to the two) or catering to one very spoiled and loquacious dragon, he is often trying his best to avoid his own death or maiming in the latest training exercise.

The young pirating trainees are set to perform their first raid, and true to form the overeager Hooligans haven’t necessarily thought things through – and they end up confused and raiding the wrong ship. From here, the pacing is fast and action packed. Adults that are familiar with Monty Python and the Life of Brian movie will find a similar bent in humor and situations, although most certainly the language and humor is really aimed at children. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments as Big-Boobied Bertha’s tale of killing an elk with her outstanding features, the interactions between Hiccup and Toothless that are reminiscent of someone trying to use logic with a tantruming two year old or a cat. Cowell also brings us a new character to enjoy in Camicazi: daughter of Big Boobied Bertha and a fearsome little warrior with a soft spot for everything Hiccup.

Again, Cowell manages to add moments that are truly touching, that show Hiccup’s heart and determination to stay the course of what is right despite the odds against him. A few lines in the book bring us an interaction with Toothless that show growth and affection in that relationship as well, perhaps the one real moment of forward character development in this book aside from Stoik’s actually starting to realize that Hiccup’s ideas and ways may not be the worst he’s heard. There is no doubt that he loves his son, but he’s a rough tough Viking who loves to eat, shout and fight: soft gentle words are often out of his reach.

Narration is again provided by David Tennant, and the addition of new characters and his easy transitions from Toothless’ slightly stuttering, lisping whine to the lilting sing-song Welsh-flavored voice of Camicazi, to Hiccups decided brogue and the other characters make this a treat for the ears. For those who are following the series by audio will recognize many of the characters voices before their introduction, the care to create continuity as the character list expands is impressive and very much appreciated.

Cowell adds an epilogue from the “modern day” Hiccup, as he looks back on his life: this is, after all, his autobiography and the perspective is both touching and a bit of a summary as he reminds us of the important bits. Hiccup is the anti-hero in this day of Hulks and Spidey, the quiet and thoughtful hero that uses knowledge, clever thinking, luck, dreams and the honest goodness of his heart to prevail.

I received an AudioBook copy of the title from Hachette Audio for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A delightful and fun adventure 13 juin 2006
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III's loyal dragon Toothless has been captured, and it's up to Hiccup to prove himself a true Viking hero and rescue him. Both newcomers and prior fans of Hiccup will find this latest saga, 'translated from the Old Norse', to be a delightful and fun adventure.
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How to Speak Dragonese (Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III) 23 août 2006
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
It's always hard to find a book that will keep my 8yrs interested. But from the first chapter to the last he enjoyed the story. The characters and their antics he said where great. He asked me to order the other books in the group even before he finished this one.
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