May the 4th Be With You: Star Wars Book Recommendations
My daughter loves to read and loves Star Wars, so I wanted to share some of her favorite Star Wars themed books for Star Wars Day. Also, Star Wars lovers will want to mark their calendar for Star Wars Reads Day which happens each October. The 2014 event will be October 11, 2014. Typically both the Ann Arbor District Library and Barnes & Noble in Huron Village Shopping Center both participate. I will keep you updated as events are announced.
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This morning I met my daughter with news of Emperor Pickletine Rides the Bus the sixth book in the Origami Yoda series which will be released in August. Unfortunately it is the last book in the series. My daughter absolutely loves the Origami Yoda series of books and is constantly reading them. I am very glad that we purchased them instead of ordering them from the library. The first four books (The Strange Case of Origami Yoda, Darth Paper Strikes Back, The Secret of the Fortune Wookie, and The Surprise Attack of Jabba the Puppet) are available in the Origami Yoda Files: Boxed Set. The fifth book, Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue is available individually. There is also Art2-D2’s Guide to Folding and Doodling: An Origami Yoda Activity Book an activity book.
Jeffrey Brown’s books which portray Vader as a father to a young Luke and Leia have also been a huge hit in this house. Several friends have gone out and purchased their own copies of Darth Vader and Son and Vader’s Little Princess. The next book in the series, Goodnight Darth Vader, will be released in July. She has also enjoyed his Star Wars: Jedi Academy book and is excited for the sequel Star Wars: Jedi Academy #2 which also comes out in July.