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Star Wars Poster-a-Page: The Skywalker Saga (Episodes I-VI) Book Review

Star Wars Poster-a-Page: The Skywalker Saga (Episodes I-VI) Book Review

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Star Wars Poster-a-Page: The Skywalker Saga (Episodes I-VI)

Star Wars Poster-A-Page, Episodes I-VI

  • Disney Fiction Picture Book
  • Reading level: Ages 6+ (the young and the young at heart)
  • Paperback: 128 pp.
  • Publisher: (Lucasfilm, Ltd., September30, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781618933645
  • Price: $12.95


I am an avid Star Wars fan (even have my own Princess Lea costume). I saw the series in the movies, bought them on VHS, replaced them on DVD’s, saw George Lucas in person, attend Star Wars Weekends, collect memorabilia, and ride StarTours as often as I can so I couldn’t resist the opportunity to review Star Wars Poster-a-Page: The Skywalker Saga (Episodes I-VI).


Disney Poster-A- Page series from Time Home Entertainment is high interest reading for even the most reluctant reader in a unique visual format. Its glossy full-color pictures, digital images, nine supersize posters, famous quotes recap the second Star Wars trilogy prequel The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and revenge of the Sith then continue with the original Star Wars trilogy Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. What a great way to generate interest in the next Star Wars trilogy! release date for Episode VII, the continuation of the saga created by George Lucas thirty years later, is December 2015.


Who can resist America’s greatest cowboy soap opera set in space? Its story has everything–strong heroes, heavy villains, forbidden love, power, corruption, redemption, corruption.
Yoda, Chewbacca, R2D2, C3PO are a part of a new mythology. Luke, Leia, and Han against fearsome Darth Vader is entertaining epic history.

Love Yoda’s gems of wisdom:
The ability to speak does not make you intelligent.
Size matters not.

Love Yoda’s sage advice (puns aside):
Much to learn you still have.
Do, or do not. There is no try.


I’m putting Star Wars Poster-a-Page: The Skywalker Saga (Episodes I-VI) on my own naughty/nice holiday list. It is available on line as well as in many book and retail stores. Meanwhile best wishes and can’t resist saying “May the force be with you.”

8 thoughts on “Star Wars Poster-a-Page: The Skywalker Saga (Episodes I-VI) Book Review

    1. Star wars is multigenerational as well as written for audiences of all ages while Chuggington aims at one market. Surprisimg though that a juvnile publisher hasn’tr seized the idewa.

  1. Looks like a great book indeed. I remember the first Star Wars movie I think it was back in the 70’s or 80’s. I am loosing memory a bit turn 46 tomorrow. lol Thanks for Sharing.a fewllow tourist I met while treaveling.

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