The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Activity Book

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Packed with stunning photos, facts, and activities from the brilliant new movie. Join Bilbo Baggins on his unexpected journey across the wilds of Middle-earth with Gandalf the wizard and a company of thirteen Dwarves.

 

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Overview

Packed with stunning photos, facts, and activities from the brilliant new movie. Join Bilbo Baggins on his unexpected journey across the wilds of Middle-earth with Gandalf the wizard and a company of thirteen Dwarves.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780547898711
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Publication date: 11/6/2012
  • Pages: 61
  • Sales rank: 700,513
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.96 (w) x 11.08 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    The Hobbit was a very exciting book. Bilbo and his twelve dwarf

    The Hobbit was a very exciting book. Bilbo and his twelve dwarf friends who go on an adventure to slay the dragon, Smaug, and take all his treasure. While doing that, Bilbo and the dwarves face many hardships and challenges through the book. These hardships cause the characters to feel like giving up. The main character Bilbo Baggins was pretty easy to identify with and I was able to sympathize with this character. The message of this book was to never sell your self short. This book might appeal to teenagers from the ages 13-16 that have an interest in fantasy and adventure books because this book has some jokes perfect for that age. I liked this book because of its ongoing adventure and that the main character changes a lot throughout the story.

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  • Posted March 13, 2013

    I decided that this would be my first ever book to read that was

    I decided that this would be my first ever book to read that was about Lord of the Rings. It was after that I had seen the movie that I decided to go out and purchase the book, just to have more content (and get to the end quicker, haha!) 
    The book is alot more fun to read than watching the movie, simply because I can see it happening in my head. Given, the book is a little hard to read at times since they use weird terms that are from middle earth, and trying to get the action scenes in my head right proves rather difficult at times.
    But in the end, I can put a voice to the face, and the face to body since I saw the movie already. With Bilbo overcoming his turtle like life, and going on an adventure and gaining courage and being useful in life is a good journey for us the readers because everyone loves character development! c:

    The adventure consists of getting back to the Lonely Island to slay Smaug who in the past times, destroyed the dwarfs home and claimed it as his own. Now, a group of dwarfs and a wizard and thief have decided to take it back. Yikes! Good luck on that, haha. (No spoilers ;D) But all in all, it was a great book that anyone who has liked The Lord of the Rings should pick up. It's where the story begins and explains how the ring got from Bilbo to Frodo and basically, it's the tipping stone that makes the other movies more clearer about it's mysteries. 

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