How To Train Your Dragon- Kids Book

When I was growing up my Dad would always read me stories at night before bed. I believe this played a major role in my love for reading even to this day. Now that  I have two boys of my own I have made it a point to read to them every night before bed. We have a decent sized collection of books to read but it seams like I just rotate reading the same five books. This is where FrogDogMedia LLC comes in with their iStory Time line of children’s books.

I was able to review the “How To Train Your Dragon” book. The book is based off the movie with the same name. The story follows the viking teenager Hiccup as he tries to make it in the world of brawn and muscle. Being a small lad he uses his brain power to invent tools to help him in the ways of dragon fighting. This puts him face to face with a dragon whom he befriends. Let the drama ensue. I wont go into any more of the story but be warned this book goes through the whole movie so if your worried about spoilers you might want to wait.

The pictures are right out of the movie which makes sense because it is an animated film. The voice over work was great too, the narrator had a nice soothing voice that worked well with the book. It even had some of Hiccups dialogue from the movie. As the book is being read the words are at the bottom of the screen turning from white to green so the youngsters can follow along. The story is roughly eight and a half minutes long, a bit longer than the books we read currently but my son was enthralled throughout the whole book. He enjoyed the book so much when he woke up the next morning he was searching my pockets for my iPhone so he could watch the book again.

This book is currently .99 as a promotion celebrating the movie being released on 3/26. There is no indication what it will go up too but I would guess 2.99 based on the pricing of other books by FrogDogMedia. They have 29 books in total mostly selling for .99 and if they are anything like this book my son will love them.

iTunes Link – How To Train Your Dragon- Kids Books

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Reviewed on iPhone 3G OS 3.1.3

4 Responses to “How To Train Your Dragon- Kids Book”

  1. Brad H Says:

    If you use the code please post a comment here to let everyone know you used it.
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  2. Esto Says:

    Thank you, I used the code and it worked like a charm. My daughter thanks you for the gift.

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  3. DreamWalk Says:

    How to train your dragon movie is still showing here in our place and I am planning to watch it this weekend.


  4. Dustin Says:

    I tried the code but it has already been redeemed


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