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The Clone Wars: In Service of the Republic Vol. 3: Blood and Snow

The Clone Wars: In Service of the Republic Vol. 3: Blood and Snow

by Henry Gilroy, Scott Hepburn (Illustrator)

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Children's Literature - Kathie M. Josephs
The story starts off with Plo and Kit scouting the agrocite mine in order to find the best stronghold for an all-out final battle. They had been successful in removing one of the obstacles keeping them from freeing the Khormai people. Unfortunately, the biggest battle lays ahead of them. Plo and Kit must find the best place quickly, because they know that the Captain and the Separatists' assassin called Asajj are getting very close and they have to be ready for them. They also know that this will be the final battle and there is so much at stake they just have to win. Once the battle ensues, the reader learns about the different strategies of both sides and why some of the decisions that the leaders make makes sense for each situation encountered. The story is easy to follow, the illustrations are great, and it is good for both boys and girls. When books are part of a series, it is often difficult to read them out of order. Even though it is preferable to read a series in order, this author has provided enough information of what has happened in the previous books that the reader has absolutely no trouble understanding what is going on. Graphic novels are perfect for a struggling reader as well as an advanced reader. I do recommend this book, which is volume three in the "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" series. Reviewer: Kathie M. Josephs

Product Details

ABDO Publishing Company
Publication date:
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Set 2
Product dimensions:
7.02(w) x 10.44(h) x 0.29(d)
Age Range:
11 - 14 Years

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