Children's Film & TV Books
SWLJ 12 years +12 years +
Everyone is so excited to discover just what happens when Rey meets Luke Skywalker in The Last Jedi and this visual dictionary will tell you everything you need to know about the latest instalment from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
- RRP £15.99
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Packed with information from Star Wars scribe Pablo Hidalgo, this hardback book focuses on the characters, creatures, droids, locations and technology from the film. It's also packed with out-of-this-world photographs and images.
Featuring the likes of Kylo Ren, BB-8 and Porgs (the new fan favourites), this is a must-have for Jedi of all ages.
UTSW 12 years +12 years +
We don't have a bad feeling about this... We're sure this book will be top of every film fan's reading list as they enjoy Star Wars: The Force Awakens time and time again.
- RRP £30.00
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Covering the creatures, critters and characters who have starred in the original six films (and the spin-offs the Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels), you'll be feeling the Force as you learn all about Tattooine, the Death Star, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, Darth Maul and the other inhabitants and settings of a galaxy far, far away.
Presented in chronological order so you're able to relive all your favourite moments and the key battles from the saga in detail, this is a real visual feast for Star Wars fans of all ages.
SWME 14 years +14 years +
As fans of all ages eagerly await the release of the Last Jedi this December, this book will help new fans of the galaxy far, far away recognise their Wookiees from Wampas and Jedi from droids.
- RRP £12.99
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The perfect introduction to the saga, it will help any intergalactic novice get up to speed with all that has happened in the films (and its various spin-offs!) so far.
This handy guide will ensure those who don't know Star Wars refrain from turning to the Dark Side and explains all those references that run through popular culture...