How to Train Your Dragon #9: How to Steal a Dragon's Sword

Bad times have come to the Archipelago. Ever since the woods of Berserk burned down, it seems as if the world is cursed. Dragons are revolting against their Masters. Old Wrinkly is missing; and the waters have risen, flooding fields and washing villages away. Worst of all, the wicked witch Excellinor has returned. And she wants Hiccup’s sword…

  • Laughs and thrills with our favourite nerdy hero
  • A wonderful blend of humour, suspense and excitement
  • Heartfelt story of doing the right thing, even when it’s hard
  • “Thrilling, funny and brilliantly illustrated” – Daily Express

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  • Excellinor really freaks me out. And the dragons and humans are fighting.

    8 March 2014

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    I loved this book. The book takes a good turn then a bad turn. You will enjoy this read.

    11 October 2012

  • Haven’t read this yet but i don’t think i will because i just hated the film!

    7 March 2012

  • AWSOME!!

    3 March 2012

  • this book is really good and my brother has the film so i get to watch it aswell. great!!

    2 March 2012

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    Cressida Cowell

    Cressida Cowell is the author of the bestselling Hiccup the Viking books, and many picture books including the award-winning Emily Brown series.

    Awards

    Cressida Cowell won the Askews Torchlight Prize for How to Train Your Dragon in 2004, and the Nestles Smarties Prize for This Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown.

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