When it comes to reading, one thing we often encourage parents to do is to focus on the interests of their kids.
If the child is into softball or baseball, read books about baseball. If the child is into weather, read books about weather. If the child is into superheroes, read books about superheroes.
So for all those Star Wars fans out there — whether you’re an original trilogy diehard or not — all fans will go for these stellar Star Wars books.
Star Wars: Phonics Boxed Set by Quinlan B. Lee. Ten phonics books and one workbook will help Star Wars fans learn to read! For ages 4-6 years.
Star Wars: Colors; Star Wars: 1, 2, 3; and Star Wars: A, B, C by Scholastic
Star Wars: Spaceships by Scholastic: Everything spaceships for younger fans.
Star Wars: The Complete Saga by Jason Fry: The complete Star Wars movies in one book. For ages 7 years and older.
Star Wars: A Galactic Pop-Up Adventure (Limited Edition) by Matthew Reinhart: A 3D work of art! For ages 7 years and older.
Darth Vader and Son; Vader’s Little Princess; and Good Night Darth Vader by Jeffrey Brown: A collection for younger readers that puts a familiar spin on favorite Star Wars characters.
The Empire Strikes Back by Ryder Windham: A novelization of the movie of the same name, for readers ages 8 and older.
Star Wars Classic: Ultimate Sticker Book by DK Publishing: This book is almost like a complete guide of the characters in the original trilogy. Kids of all ages will love this.
Star Wars Rebels: Head to Head Tag Teams by Pablo Hidalgo: For all fans but especially fans of the Clone Wars. For ages 8 years and older.
Star Wars: Science Fair Book by Samantha Margles: Science fair type experiments based on Star Wars movie themes. For ages 8 years and older.
Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy by Matthew Reinhart: Who doesn’t love pop-up books?! For ages 6 years and older.
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda (a series) by Tom Angleberger: Sixth grader Dwight folds an origami Yoda one day, and much to his surprise, Yoda becomes quite popular among Dwight’s classmates. Ages 8-12 years.
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Beware the Power of the Jedi by Tom Angleberger; Star Wars: Return of the Jedi So You Want to Be a Jedi? by Adam Gidwitz; Star Wars: A New Hope The Princess, The Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy by Alexandra Braken: Just three titles in a collection that bring new life to this series for 9 year olds and up.
What are your favorite Star Wars books? Share your ideas on the Scholastic Parents Facebook page, or find Amy on Twitter, @teachmama, and let’s continue the conversation!
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