Meet Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, and all the brave Jedi from the epic Star Wars space saga!...
|Title||:||I am a Jedi|
|Number of Pages||:||24 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
I am a Jedi Reviews
The Disney machine is in full force to create a new generation of Star Wars fans. Little Golden books has a several books geared to introducing little ones to the space opera. The books are super simple and easy to read. It's a cute series, it should make adults who are fans appreciate the nostalgia of being young and discovering Star Wars.
Yet again I'm disappointed in SW franchising. First I was turned off from buying my niece and nephew any figurines for x-mas because of the downplay of Rey as a central character. Now in this book they exclude her again and on top of that the only female in this book is a passenger. I am provoked in going so far as to tell parents not to get their children anymore SW paraphernalia.
A few thoughts:1) SO MUCH QUI-GON! I missed him. Guess it's time to rewatch The Phantom Menace.2) Who were the other Yodas????? I need to know.3) WHERE'S REY
Read Harder Challenge 2016: 4. Read a book out loud to someone else.What intrigued me: Clayton and I took Jaren and Tyler to the comic book store in Redlands and they had the Golden Books: Star Wars series on display. Jaren selected this one and I am a Pilot.What I liked: The illustrations are great, and it's a great book for early readers.What I didn't like: n/a Favorite quote: "Do YOU want to be a Jedi?"
...there is a giant spoiler in this little book. If you want your kids to find out who Darth Vader is by watching the movies, then make sure you watch Empire Strikes Back with them before they read this one.Full review here: http://yepireadthat.tumblr.com/post/1...
A little golden book. What makes a Jedi, who they are, how they work and use the force and who their enemies are. A great comprehensive guide for interested kids!
Good, short read about what it means to be a Jedi in the Star Wars universe. I think this is good for pre-K through 1st grade, as a read-aloud, or an independent read for a very young reader.
It actually manages to explain the lore pretty well
Very cute. Size matters not!
WHERE THE HELL IS REY