How to Train Your dragon: the movie vs. the book


How to Train Your Dragon: The Movie vs. The Book How to Train Your Dragon is a story about a young Viking named Hiccup who lives on the island of Berk. Hiccup’s father is the village chief and wants him to follow in his footsteps, but Hiccup is more interested in dragons. One day, Hiccup captures a dragon and decides to train it. He eventually befriends the dragon, named Toothless, and together they save the village from the dragons.

The movie and the book have many similarities, but there are also some significant differences. In the book, Hiccup is much younger and the dragons are more dangerous. Hiccup also has a closer relationship with his dragon, Toothless. In the movie, Hiccup is older and the dragons are less dangerous. Hiccup’s father is also more supportive of his son in the book.

The book is definitely more geared towards younger readers, while the movie is more appropriate for all ages. Both the book and the movie are very entertaining and well-written. I would recommend both, but if you’re looking for a more action-packed story, the movie is probably a better choice.

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