‘Chewie, we’re home…’
Three simple words that have had Star Wars fans beaming from ear to ear after the release of the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Pefectly capturing the look, style and essence of the original trilogy, the trailer took many back to their childhoods and also gave glimpses of what we can expect when the biggest film of the year is released around Christmas time.
However, with eight months to wait many will be rewatching the first six films (and some children watching them for the first time) and will need some accompanying reading material – or fun-filled activity books from a galaxy far, far away – that’s where the Book People comes in… Our range of Star Wars books is second to none. Whether you love the LEGO Star Wars Minifigures or have a young reader eager to learn the way of the Jedi, we have the right book – or collection!
With eight sticker books for just £7.99 (that’s £1 a book), the Star Wars Sticker Collection reveals all about the previous battles between the Jedis and the Sith. With all the characters we’ve come to love – including those from the Clone Wars – it’s a great set to give out at any Star Wars-themed parties that may be coming up.
We also have a Star Wars Reader Collection for sale at just £14.99. A massive 20 books, it’s designed in a way so that children as young as 5 can start learning all about life on Tattooine and the Millennium Falcon and then as their reading skills progress find out more about the more complex side of the Star Wars universe.
Among our LEGO Star Wars books are ones focusing on the Jedi master Yoda, an extensive Character Encyclopedia and a Visual Dictionary – and they all come with a free exclusive Minifigure, ranging from Luke Skywalker to Han Solo and a Stormtrooper!
Our videographer has also created his very own Star Wars spoof video. Tying in with our amazing R2-D2’s Droid Workshop: Make Your Own R2-D2 book and May the Fourth Be with You, it follows R2-D2 in his everyday life and the poor droid is feeling a little lonely (just where is C-3PO?)… As he goes about his morning routine, he heads into town and finds a bookshop – could he have found his soulmate in there?