How to be a Pirate
Publish date: August 1st 2004
Publisher: Ulverscroft Large Print Books, Ltd.
Edition language: English
Series: How to Train Your Dragon (#2)
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I have to admit I enjoyed the second book much more than the first one - even though I did have much fun reading the first installment too. But here's what made How to Be a Pirate just that little bit better:- Hiccup, the hero of the story, discovers a few hidden talents of his, and the reader gets ...
This is basically the first book, except with boats, treasure, and cannibals. Hiccup is terrible at being a Viking, a problem comes up, nobody listens to Hiccup, things go wrong, Hiccup uses his smarts to save the day. Oh, we find out that Hiccup's left-handed, though. So there's that, I suppose.Oth...
I didn't start reaily liking it untill chapter 14.
I think I liked this one more than the first, actually. I have three boys, so I giggle at farts and burps - there were plenty of both in this book. While it was definitely predictable, I still enjoyed it thoroughly. Book Toothless is infinitely better than movie Toothless. Fishlegs cracks me up....