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DK Readers L3: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Yoda in Action! Paperback – Feb 16 2009

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 48 pages
  • Publisher: DK Children (Feb. 16 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 075664514X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0756645144
  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 0.3 x 22.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #415,424 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This specific title is considered a Level 3 - Reading Alone Dk Reader. It contains more complex sentence structure, information boxes, a comprehensive index, as well as an alphabetical glossary. This title will recall another episode of the Star Wars The Clone Wars as your readers join the amphibious warrior Ackbar and his fellow squidheaded militants in an underwater battle on his aquatic homeworld of Mon Calamari. If you have a child who enjoys watching the Star Wars The Clone Wars but is reluctant in reading, I strongly suggest that you consider the DK Readers books based on Star Wars and Star Wars The Clone Wars. I have found from my own experience as a parent that having books that spark the interest in the child will be move effective in encouraging reading than only putting them books that you think they will like.
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My son loved this book.....enough to let the dog eat the old copy. lol. No issue's with recieving this item.
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HASH(0xa2bbe744) out of 5 stars So is she an angel? Yes, but she's so much more! Nov. 19 2007
By Delite Rancher - Published on
Format: Paperback
The release of Star Wars books for young people has always been related to a theatrical promotion. In a world that has a seen all six films, a new wave of DK Readers is much appreciated. It gives us comfort that even though the movies are finished, the Star Wars experience isn't completely 'done.' As the title suggests, "A Queen's Diary" looks into the life of Queen Amidala of the Naboo. In the beginning of her diary, Amidala discusses what it's like to be queen. We get to find out who she is as a person as she describes how she feels about her position. Eventually, the book discusses the time when the Trade Federation invaded her planet. Queen Amidala met some Jedi and a boy named Anakin Skywalker. Eventually, she and her people are victorious. The diary ends by the Queen wondering if she'll ever see that Anakin boy again. As with many of these books, Padmé Amidala is the token Star Wars character for girls. As in "Queen in Disguise," she is a humble heroine. Despite depicting a great role model for girls, this title is not 'girly.' The feminine dynamics simply add some balance to the usual testosterone that should make this appeal to both the guys and gals. "A Queen's Diary" offers some redundancy in the Star Wars pantheon. It is remarkably similar to 2000's "I Am a Queen." It also has overlap with Queen Amidala's "Episode I: Journal." Despite such overlapping, it is forgivable when considering that the other books mentioned are all out-of-print. This book keeps the Queen's story alive for a younger generation of readers. In terms of the illustrations, the vast majority were lifted from "the Phantom Menace." While the pictures are high quality, the writing is also good. This new series has books for most levels of elementary readers. Given the length and vocabulary, this title is best suited to readers on a third grade level. "A Queen's Diary" offers a personal look at Padmé Amidala during Episode I.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2bbe81c) out of 5 stars Another great addition to a stellar series Feb. 26 2009
By Tim Lasiuta - Published on
Format: Paperback
DK has a remarkable line of 'Reader' products. The Star Wars line now includes stories about the Clone Wars, classic star wars, and career paths for the Jedi knight.

"Yoda in Action", written by Heather Scott is an enjoyable book that pits Yoda into a violent negotiation with King Katuunko (and battle with Dooky and Ventress). As a level 3 reader, it is not indepth, but satisfies the young at heart with a hankering for master Yoda. Do you really think that Yoda can take out a thousand clones and hardware?

Why don't you find out. I love the art for the book, and am really not sure if it is taken from the new series, or done especially for this book. The King reminds me of a certain part shop operator on a planet far, far away....

Pretty good book, even for an old guy like me!

Tim Lasiuta
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2bbecd8) out of 5 stars Great for Young Readers Feb. 24 2010
By J. Wells - Published on
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My 6-year-old son is a HUGE fan of Star Wars. We don't let him watch the cartoon and he has only seen the movies once, but he seems to know everything about this fictitious world! So, when I noticed him bringing home the DK readers from the school library (all the little boys race to get them at school every week and he can't always get there first!), I knew just what kind of books to buy so he always has some at home to read. It is very important to have books available on topics kids love so they will love reading! Good job DK. We are amassing quite a library and he is so proud that he can read them himself!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2bbecc0) out of 5 stars Younglings love this easy-reader! Sept. 21 2011
By Tristan's mom - Published on
Format: Paperback
This made a great giveaway at Jedi training for our six-yr-old's birthday. Much better than all the LPC out there (Little Plastic...Stuff). Even the girls loved it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4166198) out of 5 stars My nine year old loves these books Oct. 31 2014
By Debbie in Seattle - Published on
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My nine year old daughter, a very reluctant reader, really likes the DK Star Wars books. She loves all things Star Wars, and so she is willing to read these books about her favorite stories and characters. The stories are simple and enjoyable, the illustrations are nicely done, and the books are interesting even at the lower reading levels.