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Suitable for 5 - 7 years

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Meet the not-so-mighty warrior from the amazing films in this cute picture book for all you lucky smallies. Long ago there was a little Viking called Hiccup, who dreamed of being a hero. And before that, there was an author called Cressida Cowell, who was writing her first ever story about Hiccup. She went on to create a super-funny fiction series. Hiccup became a mighty hero and a Hollywood film star. But the first book about Hiccup was this picture book full of jokes and adorable artwork. Want to be a Viking hero? Hop aboard!

  • A charming first picture book about Hiccup the Viking
  • The inspiration for the How to Train Your Dragon series
  • A must for younger fans of the Dreamworks films
  • Exciting story of facing fears and saving the day

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Hodder Children's Books

Date published

May 1st, 2014




Cressida Cowell

124143 cressida cowell 1 887561


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