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Hiccup The Viking Who Was Seasick Paperback – 15 Feb 2001
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This is a lovely book; it is warm and witty, with instant appeal and the deft touch we have come to expect from Cressida Cowell. (The Children's Bookseller (March 2000))
This is a lovely book; it is warm and witty with instant appeal and the deft touch we have come to expect from Cressida Cowell (The Children's Bookseller)
The whole thing has enough breezy, tongue-in-cheek energy to make this not only one of the more invigorating accounts of dealing with fear but also a humorously offbeat swashbuckler. (Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (Aug 2)
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Long ago in a fierce and frosty land, there lived a small and lonely Viking and his name was Hiccup.See all Product description
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I just wanted to hear how Hiccup started out, its very endearing. Cressida Cowell rocks!
A nice enthusiastic reading by Alan Davies (in particular, his Stoick the Vast).
I'm gonna keep an eye out for something else on audio by AD, he has a great voice.
Overall, a fun book and worth having as an introduction to Hiccup, but it is the later books that really shine.
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And I enjoy the works of Cressida Cowell myself.