I love How to Train Your Dragon because it is very funny and cool. The main character is a boy named Hiccup. He has a dragon named Toothless who is very annoying and also very small. Hiccup is very smart and he is the heir to the Viking tribe, the Hairy Hooligans. Hiccup has a friend named Fishlegs who does not know how to swim and is afraid of the dark. Hiccup also has another friend named Camacazi who is super talented. One of her talents is being funny while she is battling. She distracts her opponents by talking a lot and making fun of them. After she battled another Viking named Norbert the Nutjob, she said to him “practice Norbert, that’s what you need.’’
I like the How to Train Your Dragon books because of the adventures that Hiccup goes on. His adventures are complex and weird. One of the adventures that Hiccup went on was going to recover the treasure of his grandfather, Grimbeard the Gastly. The treasure was protected by dragons named Skullions who could not see but had good scent. The treasure was booby-trapped with a scent that attracted the Skullions and Hiccup just escaped. All of this exciting and complex action is why I like How To Train Your Dragon SO Much!
Emanuel is 8 years old, lives in Toronto and is in Grade 3.
He is very energetic and REALLY likes to build creations with Lego.
He loves to spend time with family and friends outdoors, fishing, and playing board games like Dominion and Labyrinth.
Emanuel also likes to play online games that are challenging like Clash Royal.
He has a younger brother who he has a lot of adventures with.
His favourite subject in school is math and he likes to solve problems in his head.
Emanuel is excited to be part of the kids’ media panel this year!
More by Emanuel:
- Emanuel pieces together what Lego’s Build Zone is all about
- Emanuel Explains Slugterra
- Emanuel Reads Up on Training Dragons
- Emanuel and His Dad Clash Together
- Emanuel Finds Adventure in Super Agent Jon Le Bon
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