Read Hilda and the Bird Parade Online Free - Getting used to life in the big city is proving difficult for Hilda. The diminutive explorer is still missing the enchanted valleys and magical friends that surrounded her home in the fjords. But tonight is somehow different; tonight is the night of the mysterious Bird Parade.
Finding herself lost on the streets of Trolberg, Hilda befriends a talking raven. Together they encounter all manner of bizarre creatures from outcast Trolls to ferocious Salt Lions and deadly Rat Kings—maybe the city isn’t so boring after all.
As the pair try to find their way home, it becomes clear that the amnesiac raven has an important mission to attend to… if only he could remember what it was.
|Title||:||Hilda and the Bird Parade|
|Number of Pages||:||44 pages|
June 19, 2016
* I was sent this for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review *
This book is fabulous and it's my first experience reading a book in the Hilda series. I didn't even know this was a series of graphic novels, but I am so glad that there are others out, becuase I definitely want to g...
March 31, 2016
I was a little sad that Pearson urbanized the story. AND introduced Hilda to more modern-feeling kids. Although many of the magical elements are still around, including jaded kids brings me to the conclusion that Hilda is an exception in her world. So, instead of being transported to a new world...
April 02, 2013
I was expecting something in the vein of Midnight Giant and got something completely different but equally brilliant. I'm sad that Hilda lives in the city now, though, as I want to see more adventures with the Woodman.
December 19, 2014
December 31, 2015
Pearson blends graphic novel with children's picture books in his Hildafolk series. Borrowing heavily from Scandinavian folklore, the world in which Hilda lives is full of subtly mystical creatures and beings. The series centers around a young girl, Hilda, who enjoys independence, solitude, adven...
March 27, 2017
Hilda and her mom are getting settled in to their new life and home in Trolberg, though Hilda can't roam as she please, she still finds time to get in a little adventure.
Confession time: I received this paperback copy of Hilda from Flying Eye Press quite a while ago and it sat on my desk and then...
August 26, 2017
Charming book. Tucked my 3 year old into bed with a copy of Hilda last night!
June 03, 2017
The world needs more people like Hilda - pure of heart, indomitable, and curious. Enjoyed this one as much as the others. Nearly finished reading the series, and hope there will be more to follow.
April 13, 2013
Hilda and her mother have moved into Trolberg and Hilda misses the carefree days she spent roaming the country that surrounded her former home. Although her mother is extremely worried about Hilda exploring the city on her own, when some new friends from school come over to show Hilda around, Hil...
September 20, 2016
As I make my way through Luke Pearson's "Hilda" graphic novels for kids, I find myself liking each one more than the last. The art is consistently excellent—I like the colors, the clean lines, and how it rewards attention to detail—and the stories keep getting better. This one opens with a scene...