DreamWorks Dragons (Hardcover)

To Berk and Beyond!: An Explore-and-Create Activity Book and Play Set

By Richard Hamilton

Insight Kids, 9781608876815, 48pp.

Publication Date: November 24, 2015

List Price: 24.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

How to Train Your Dragon: To Berk and Beyond! features all the fan-favorite characters from the acclaimed films. Follow Hiccup and Toothless on their daring adventures with this interactive scrapbook packed with removable items, posters, activities, and more.

Before Hiccup became chief and Toothless the Alpha of the dragons, Berk’s most famous Dragon-Racing pair kept a notebook filled with thoughts and observations on inventions, mapmaking, and the bond between dragon and rider. Or that was the plan until every Viking on the island decided to add their comments and drawings, too. Now new Dragon Riders everywhere can learn to read their dragon’s mind with Ruffnut and Tuffnut, decipher runes with Snotlout, and even chart a journey across the islands with an exact replica of Hiccup’s map. The notebook even includes a collectible set of Gobber’s own Dragon-Racing figures! So take flight with your favorite dragon and start exploring in DreamWorks Dragons: To Berk and Beyond! Includes: 8 standing punch-out figures A replica of Hiccup’s map Dragon airmail postcards Hiccup’s invention sketches Collectible dragon cards Create-your-own-dragon stickers DreamWorks Dragons © 2015 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.


About the Author

In his heart, Richard Ashley Hamilton remains a lifelong comic book fan and has written, edited, developed, and published numerous graphic novels and monthly titles, including DreamWorks Trollhunters (with Marc Guggenheim) for Dark Horse Comics, The Reign of Megamind for DC Comics and, yes, it’s true, Return of the Super Pimps and Miserable Dastards for Dial "C" for Comics. Richard lives in Silver Lake, California, with his wife and their two sons. Richard Hamilton writes the ongoing DreamWorks Press: Dragons and Dinotrux digital storybook apps and has written for television on the Netflix series Dragons: Race to the Edge.