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Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky

By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Cute continuation of dragon spin-off has mild adventure.

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age 17+

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Heroes of the Sky is another charming and delightful entry into the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. Since the dragons are young and in training, the action and adventure is a lot more tame than the original Dragon movies. The animation and design are fantastic, and will draw younger kids into this enticing fantasy world.

Brother-sister team Dak and Leyla are both great role models but are still relatable to kids. Leyla in particular is a wonderful lead who faces problems fearlessly and takes the lead in solving them. The voice actors make each dragon's unique personality come to life. The dragons are all friendly and show by example that it's okay to make mistakes when learning something new.

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