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Star Wars: What is a Wookiee? (DK Readers Series)

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  • Posted March 25, 2009

    Bedtime Books

    My grandson who recently turned four, is really into Star Wars. He does not read quite yet but has asked for these little books to be read to him before bed so often that he has them memorized. So do we, his parents and grandparents! All the books in this series are equally good.

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  • Posted March 2, 2009

    Reader Books are THE BEST

    My daughter always enjoyed reading and Reader Books presented an excellent way to select books that were both interesting to her AND appropriate for her reading level. My son never enjoyed reading, so it has been a constant challenge to get him interested in any book at all. When the Star Wars Reader Books came out, we hit the jackpot. He loves Star Wars so much he reads the books before we've made it to the cash register, and then reads them over and over again!
    MORE STAR WARS READER BOOKS PLEASE

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2005

    Cute book for young Star Wars fans

    This is a cute book for young Star Wars fans who are beginning to read well. My Kindergartener did well with it and I think it would also be appropriate for ages 5-9. Great color photos to go along with the story.

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