Blast off into a galaxy far, far away with these space-tacular Star Wars books. Featuring cosmic compendiums, galactic guides and meteoric manuals, see below for the best Star Wars books for children.
Star Wars and LEGO are the perfect combination in these books for children that are are building reading confidence. Each book features images of the LEGO versions of all your favourite characters and sets from the films and puts them into simple stories for young Jedi to enjoy. Plus, this collection is great for introducing Star Wars to kids before they dive into the timeless movies.
This encyclopedia of all things Star Wars includes facts and profiles on all the characters and spaceships you know and love from the films. With its focus on The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, this is the perfect book for newer Star Wars fans. Plus, there's a range of questions featured throughout so children will have loads of fun reading this amazingly spacey book.
Build on your LEGO Star Wars knowledge with this visual dictionary. Find information on all the characters, spacecrafts and sets from the franchise as well as interesting information about the history of LEGO's work with Star Wars. To top it all, the book comes with an exclusive Luke Skywalker Minifigure for you add to your collection.
Comedy-loving Jedi will have a laugh a minute with this Star Wars Joke Book packed with hilarious jokes and silly puns about the films and the amazing Star Wars universe!
This book is part of a series of Star Wars reading books for children called The Adventures in Wild Space which are set during the time in-between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. Captain Korda has kidnapped Lino and Milo's parents and they'll do anything to get them back, even if it means journeying to a dangerous jungle world where adventure and danger are waiting for them.
This book is packed with all the facts that you need to know about the infamous lightsaber - the coolest weapon in the Star Wars galaxy. Get a closer look at both the Jedi and the Sith, as well as the mysterious Force, which they use to power their weapons. Allow your children to learn the powers of the lightsaber, while also learning to read.