Kids’ Club Review by Miki: How to train your dragon

How to train your dragonHow to train your dragon, by Cressida Cowell

It’s pretty good. It involves a little bit of violence but I don’t think it would be too scary for little children. It shows an important bond between owner and pet. It’s quite funny actually.

4 stars

Reviewed by Miki from Cummings Park and Crofton Downs Primary School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Anna: How to Train your Dragon

How to Train your Dragon, by Cressida Cowell

This is an action-packed book about a boy called Hiccup who is not only a dragon whisperer but is also an excellent sword fighter. I really enjoyed it and think children 7 plus would want to read it. I rated it 5 stars and I plan to read other books in the same series.

5 stars

Reviewed by Anna from Karori and Karori Normal School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Molly: How to train your dragon

How to train your dragonHow to train your dragon, by Cressida Cowell

A story about a boy called Hiccup who is a Viking Hero. Hiccup is a fantastic swordfighter and he can also talk to dragons. this series of books is about his thrilling adventures. This is a very funny book that is action packed. I think children 6+ would enjoy it.

4 stars

Reviewed by Molly  from Brooklyn and Karori Normal School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Micah: How to Train your Dragon

How to Train your Dragon, by Cressida Cowell

I quite liked this book.
My favourite characters were probably the GREEN DEATH and Toothless (but I wish Toothless was a bit bigger)
I kind of disliked Snotface Snotlout because
I liked how the Green Death called Hiccup “Little supper” – it made me laugh.
This is an adventure story and I think its quite funny. I would recommend this to kids 5 and up….

5 stars

Reviewed by Micah from Johnsonville and West Park School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Oscar Lyon: How to Train your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon, by Cressida Cowell

I really like this book because it was all about Dragons, it was exciting!
I recommend this book to kids 5 and up.

5 stars

Reviewed by Oscar Lyon from Miramar and Seatoun School , 7 years old