After reading this blogs title you might be asking yourself, “Did I read that right?” Yes, you did. This Saturday, May 4, has been designated Star Wars Day. So on this day all of us fan boys (and girls) can let our Millennium Falcon Flag Fly proudly! And we can do that with some of these fun books.
Art2-D2's Guide to Folding and Doodling: An Origami Yoda Activity Book by Tom Angleberger: In this newest companion to the Origami Yoda series, Angleberger shows young Padawans dozens of activities from the Star Wars universe.
Star Wars: A Galactic Pop-up Adventure by Matthew Reinhart. Brief text and pop-up illustrations explore the characters, places, and technologies of the Star Wars movies. Reinhart has outdone himself with a book for fans of all ages.
Star Wars Millennium Falcon: 3-D Owner's Guide by Scholastic Inc. This dissects the most famous ship in the galaxy section-by-section. Includes technical notes from Han Solo. The perfect book to help us take care of that special ship in our lives.
How to Speak Wookiee: A Manual for Inter-Galactic Communication (Star Wars) by Wu Kee Smith. Learn a foreign language with great illustrations and key-pad buttons that allow you to actually hear the words spoken by a native speaker. You’ll impress friends and family (plus help stop intergalactic misunderstandings) when you too can Speak Wookiee! (The board-book format allows this to be given to young fans and adults alike.)
So come on down to the Northshire Bookstore where our Jedi Knights and Sith Lords….um…booksellers can help you find the force of these and other Star Wars related books.