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Book of dragons
Testa, Maggie, author.
Personal Author:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Simon Spotlight, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, 2014.

Physical Description:
24 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
From the observations of Bork the Bold to Hiccup's additions for the Dragon Academy, this book gathers all the facts, figures, and secrets that the Vikings have learned about dragons through the ages. [With glued-together stiff-paper pages ; Includes dragons from both movies and the television show.]
General Note:
[Inspired by the original "How to train your dragon" book series by Cressida Cowell.]
How to classify a dragon -- The tradition continues -- Strike Class: fastest, smartest, stealthiest : Night Fury, Skrill -- Boulder Class: toughest and thickest-skinned : Gronkle, Whispering Death, Hobblegrunt -- Mystery Class: journey into the unknown : Hideous Zippleback, Changewing, Snaptrapper -- Mystery Class: there are more mysteries out there : Smothering Smokebreath, Flightmare -- Sharp Class: these dragons can cut it : Raincutter, Speed Stinger, Timberjack, Scuttleclaw, Stormcutter -- Tidal Class: only the sea can hold them : Scauldron, Bewilderbeast -- Tidal Class: more dragons that call the sea home : Seashocker, Thunderdrum -- Stoker Class: sizzling, searing, scorching : Typhoomerang, Monstrous Nightmare, Fireworm -- Stoker Class: even more hot-headed dragons : Snafflefang, Terrible Terror, Red Death -- Tracker Class: these dragons know where to go : Deadly Nadder, Rumblehorn -- Remember to keep this book safe.
Reading Level:
Ages 3-10.
Added Corporate Author:
Added Uniform Title:
How to train your dragon (Motion picture)

DreamWorks Dragons (Television program)
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