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Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids download ebook
ISBN:
0756690153
ISBN13:
978-0756690151
Author:
Jason Fry
Publisher:
DK Children; Reprint edition (March 19, 2012)
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Pages:
96 pages
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1235 kb
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1661 kb
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Arts Music & Photography
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Rating:
4.8

Jason Fry is the author of numerous Star Wars stories and reference books. He has written for Wizards of the Coast and Star Wars Insider. He also frequents the forums of TheForce.

Jason Fry is the author of numerous Star Wars stories and reference books. He has a special interest in Star Wars astrography and was a co-author of The Essential Atlas with Daniel Wallace. The likenesses of Fry and Wallace were even used in one image of hyperspace scouts in the Atlas.

Well now you can find out in Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids from DK's newest Star Wars series. The perfect book for a Star Wars fan to go along with all the other books of this type

Well now you can find out in Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids from DK's newest Star Wars series. Learn about the many types of droids from large and fearsome droidekas. The perfect book for a Star Wars fan to go along with all the other books of this type. It keeps my son busy for a while (he has ADHD anything longer than 10 minutes is a miracle lol) and he loves to learn the facts behind the story. It was quick shipping and well packaged.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be C-3PO or what R2-D2's function is? Well now you can find out in "Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids" from DK's newest "Star Wars" series

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be C-3PO or what R2-D2's function is? Well now you can find out in "Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids" from DK's newest "Star Wars" series. Learn about the many types of droids from large and fearsome droidekas, to the smart and helpful astromech droids.

His written works include the novelization of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, as well as about a dozen other books and short stories from the Star Wars universe. Fry is also the author of The Jupiter Pirates, a young adult space fantasy saga. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a work of fiction. By Jason Fry. About the Author. The droids, and the message-a holographic fragment in which a regal young woman pleaded for Obi-Wan Kenobi to help her. Let the past go. That’s what Camie always told him. Names, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far awa. . But staring into the darkness, Luke found that once again, he couldn’t take her advice. The astromech droid had fled into the night while Luke was at dinner with his aunt and uncle.

Star Wars Adventures Novel. Ryder Windham : 1 : Hunt the Sun Runner. Ryder Windham : A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker. Jason Fry : Servants of the Empire : The Secret Academy. Download English txt English epub.

Excellent condition however cover edgings have minor shelf wear from storage - Pages are fine with no inner markings This is more than just a book, your child will love the insight into "Star Wars The Secret Life of Droids"

Excellent condition however cover edgings have minor shelf wear from storage - Pages are fine with no inner markings This is more than just a book, your child will love the insight into "Star Wars The Secret Life of Droids". Watch as your child discover exactly what it's like to be a droid and uncovers all the technology, functions and most interesting of all, their different personalities. See all 2 new (other) listings.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be C-3PO or what R2-D2's function is?

Well now you can find out in Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids from DK's newest Star Wars series. Learn about the many types of droids from large and fearsome droidekas, to the smart and helpful astromech droids.

The Secret Life of Droids looks at the classic Star Wars galaxy from a fresh, new perspective, and features a timeline giving the reader a quick-reference overview of the events and information featured. Interactive and dynamic pages presenting events thematically rather than chronologically will allow young readers to uncover droid technology and discover each of its individual functions!

Reviews:
  • Arashigore
It is very informative and has lots of background info and images from the entire SW Saga. DK's Star Wars books are my favorites in my library, and their innovative layouts are always interesting. I would recommend this book to either a younger or adult SW fan.
  • BORZOTA
We keep over 100 books on our grandsons shelves at any one time. He enjoys reading about 3-5 books per night and we have done this since he was very young. You never know which book they will enjoy most and when he grows out of them we pass them to family and friends.
  • Rose Of Winds
The book has great imagery and fun facts about droids. My only complaint is that I want to know more! BUT, since we bought this book for our 7-yr-old and he loves it, I will still give it 5 stars! This is a book geared at a younger set but there is nothing wrong with adults enjoying the book as well.
  • Frei
Excellent reference to the Star Wars series. Great photos and valuable information to aid your understanding of who is who in the droid world.
  • Lahorns Gods
My son gives it 2 squeaks and a chirp.
  • Winn
Cute book - fun insights into the lives of droids. Kids love it too.
  • Uleran
this was great... my son really loves it...he gets into the robot and droids in star wars so this book is right up his alley
It is a nice book. Made well, pictures are well done. Cute, but too juvenile, still fun. I thought it would be a bit more serious.