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Star Wars books for children and younger readers.

[ What makes a Monster? ]

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What Makes a Monster?
READING BOOK
Adam Bray
DK Publishing [US]
Dorling Kindersley
[UK]
Age Range: 8+ years
Published as:
Hardback Book (2014)
Paperback Book (2014)
e-Book (2014)

Summary:
From the huge wamp ice-creature on Hoth to Jabba's slobbering pet rancor, the galaxy is full of weird and wonderful monsters. From the acklay to wampas, banthas to the sarlacc, young readers will travel to a galaxy far, far away to meet the scariest monsters from the Star Wars universe. Learn about the fast-moving acklay, a fierce predator from Vendaxa, used to terrorize condemned prisoners in the Arena and read all about dianogas, the garbage squids that have seven muscular tentacles. With interactive aspects such as a diary entry from a day in the life of a Genosian picador, a survival guide to protecting a Jedi from a land beast, infographics, and more.
Star Wars: What Makes a Monster? explores where these creepy creatures come from, what they live on, and all about those who have battled them and lived to tell the tale!


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