Creative Gifts for Aspiring Jedi
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December 2017: What a month to be alive! It brings the release of The Last Jedi on the 15th, just ten sleeps before Christmas. We at Bookwitty decided to get a head start on the celebrations by re-sharing Joanna’s article. She has great year-round gift ideas for Star Wars fans (a species that includes sci-fi fans, fantasy fans, and, as far as we can tell, most of the other people on earth too). From the younglings on your list to those old timers who celebrated the release of A New Hope, Joanna has you covered. -Eds.
Utini! If you know someone who knows on which detention level Princess Leia was trapped on the Death Star or knows all the 'words' to the Yub Nub song, this might just be the list for you!
IT'S A TRAP! While you might not immediately learn how to make an exogorth or a Sarlacc, Chris Alexander's Star Wars Origami will show you how to make some pretty boss creatures like banthas and jawas. If you're more interested in X-Wings and TIE Fighters, check out Ben Harper's Star Wars Folded Flyers.
Where's the Wookiee!?! Help find Chewbacca in various places like the forest moon of Endor. (Fun fact: George Lucas had originally planned Endor's primitive inhabitants to be Wookiees, but he later decided that Wookiees were too tech-savvy so he created the Ewoks, the adorable teddy-bear creatures. Another fun fact: the word 'ewok' is never spoken in the film, Return of the Jedi.)
Enjoy a variety of frozen treats inspired by all corners of the Galaxy from Frozen Hoth Chocolate to Mos Icely with The Star Wars: Ice Sabers Cookbook. The book includes four lightsaber-shaped ice pop molds perfect for training your Jedi younglings. The Star Wars Cookbook will take care of the rest of your culinary needs including Wookiee Pies and Boba Fett(uccine)!
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Young recorder stars filled with midichlorians may enjoy this book of some favourite Selections from Star Wars' music by John Williams. Some editions of this book even come with a recorder for unequipped cantina hopefuls!
Not all Star Wars colouring books are alike. In Art Therapy: Star Wars, Catherine Saunier-Talec's unique style transforms imagery from the films into meditative mandalas and Art Nouveau-inspired pieces – relaxing fun for Padawan and Jedi alike.
A New Hope. It is a __(noun)__ of civil __(noun)__. Rebel __(plural noun)__, striking from a(n) __(adjective)__ __(noun)__, have won their first __(noun)__ against the __(adjective)__ Galactic __(noun)__. Star Wars Mad Libs will provide hours of entertainment – very good for long trips.
In Darth Vader and Son and Vader's Little Princess, Jeffrey Brown imagines a world in which Darth Vader was, not only the Dark Lord of the Sith, but an adorably devoted dad just like any other.
Bonnie Burton's Star Wars Craft Book has a variety of fun projects including AT-AT herb planters, ewok flower vases, Chewbacca sock puppets and cuddly banthas.