Win How to Train Your Dragon goodies!

How To Train Your Dragon book competition

Calling all book worms! Win awesome dragon book goodies from Cressida Cowell's brilliant series in our fiery competition...


How To Train Your Dragon fans will love Cressida Cowell’s new Incomplete Book of Dragons, a full-colour encyclopaedia packed with facts about dragons from the wildly popular book series!

 

Featuring pages from the notebooks of young Viking Hiccup, there are profiles of dragons both old and new, tips on how to ride dragons, and you can even find out what to do when confronted with a Hellsteether. It’s essential reading for all keen dragon-watchers! The book also features a fold-out poster and exclusive collector cards.

 

Ten NG KiDS readers will fly off with the Incomplete Book of Dragons, plus an amazing box set containing all 12 How To Train Your Dragon books. Smokin’!


 

The prize

Ten lucky winners will each receive: 

Incomplete Book of Dragons

How To Train Your Dragon book set 


 

Competition closes midnight, 14 December 2016.

 
Find out more about these books at howtotrainyourdragonbooks.co.uk.

In Viking mythology, who was the god of thunder?

a) Thor
b) Medusa
c) Odin

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