Star Wars Reads Month! ~ GIVEAWAY!

swrdIn the past I’ve posted about Star Wars Reads Day…but this year DK Canada is ramping things up and we’re not only doing Stars Wars Reads Day for one day, but for 30 whole days! In other words, it’s going to be Star Wars Reads MONTH! DK Canada has a great collection of Star Wars Books – in fact, many of them are bestsellers. So in order to help celebrate, we’d like to highlight a few of our favorite Star Wars books from DK Canada to whet your appetite.

a5a4890d543f4c2d8d6e93c4983d6160There are loads of great Star Wars readers to choose from – in a variety of levels so you’re sure to find something for both the beginner reader as well as the more advanced reader! LEGO Star Wars: Free the Galaxy is one of these titles that is perfect for budding readers. It’s a Level 2 book, which means that it’s for children who have started to read along, but still might need some help along the way. The words are smaller and simpler than some of the higher leveled readers. It especially appealed to my son who loves Lego and also enjoys Star Wars. This reader helps you learn about all the characters who are fighting for freedom in that galaxy far far away. It’s a chance to “join” them for quests and battles and to Free the Galaxy! There are plenty of pictures, fun facts, and activities to keep your kids engaged and interested.

05b305afc4d24ab8b3bf033d996a93cdThere’s also some great books for those who are a little more “hands-on.” The Ultimate Sticker Collection: LEGO® Star Wars Mighty Minifigures joins these Lego minifigures in the epic battle between good and evil that dominates the LEGO Star Wars galaxy. There are lots of little tidbits of information in the book that will encourage your kids to read as well as create their own amazing Star Wars sticker scenes. The book has more than 1000 stickers and is perfect for a rainy (or snowy!) day activity.

DK Canada has plenty more great Star Wars Reads to choose from. You’ll want to take a peek at their Star Wars library this October and see if there’s anything you’d like to add to your bookshelf during Star Wars Reads Month!

In addition to a huge collection of great Star Wars titles to choose from, DK Canada has also put together a downloadable Star Wars activity kit. In order to take advantage of this and enjoy it with your own family, just head over here: http://www.dk.com/ca/explore/star-wars/celebrate-star-wars-and-reading-this-october/

Happy Star Wars Reads Month!!

WIN IT!

One of our readers is going to win a copy of the Free the Galaxy reader! In order to enter please follow the instructions on the form below. Open to Canada only. Contest ends October 24, 2016.

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Comments

  1. Judy Cowan says:

    Cool! DK has a great selection of books, the Lego Star Wars Mighty Mini Figurines would be perfect for my nephew!

  2. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I love this idea and for a whole month, my son’s going to love this 🙂

  3. always a great selection from DK books!

  4. Star Wars fans are gonna love this; great idea!

  5. Florence C says:

    I would like the STAR WARS YEAR BY YEAR A VISUAL HISTORY.

  6. My boys would love The Amazing Book of Star Wars!

  7. Judy Cowan says:

    Another book would be the LEGO Star Wars: Build Your Own Adventure.

  8. Brandee H says:

    I think my son would like Lego Star Wars: Build your own adventure. I loved adventure style books as a kid!

  9. Would also like to read The Amazing Book of Star Wars!

  10. They would love the Star Wars: Complete Locations

  11. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Star Wars Year by Year: A Visual History would be one I’d like, though really any of them would be welcome 🙂

  12. LEGO® Star Wars Character Encyclopedia: Updated and Expanded

  13. I would like the STAR WARS YEAR BY YEAR A VISUAL HISTORY.

  14. I would also love the check out Star Wars Year by Year: A Visual History

  15. one would be Star Wars: Complete Vehicles

  16. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I would love to share the DK Readers L3: Star Wars: Death Star Battles with my grandson.

  17. Melissa Marie says:

    Star wars complete locations

  18. Nicole Jubleew says:

    We’d love to also read LEGO Star Wars: Build Your Own Adventure

  19. We would enjoy DK Readers L3: Star Wars: Death Star Battles and Star Wars: Complete Locations.

  20. Would like The Amazing Book Of Star Wars

  21. I’d also love to read LEGO Star Wars: Chronicles of the Force with my little guy.

  22. I’d like The Amazing Book of Star Wars

  23. i would like The Amazing Book of Star Wars

  24. I would also like STAR WARS YEAR BY YEAR A VISUAL HISTORY.

  25. Marilyn Legault says:

    Woul like DK Readers L3: Star Wars: Death Star Battles for my grandson.

  26. My sone would love to have DK Readers L3: Star Wars: Finn’s Mission to read this month!

  27. My kids would love the amazing book of star wars

  28. Dianne G. says:

    I think my grandson would enjoy reading DK Readers L2: Star Wars Rebels: Darth Vader, Rebel Hunter!

  29. Caryn Coates says:

    I think my boys would love The Amazing Book Of Star Wars

  30. krystyl olson says:

    I think our whole family would LOVE the visual history 🙂

  31. Star Wars Lego build your own adventure!

  32. Doris Humber says:

    Would love The Amazing Book of Star Wars.

  33. missbobloblaw says:

    I’m pretty sure we’d enjoy LEGO Star Wars: Chronicles of the Force.

  34. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    My daughter would love to read LEGO Star Wars: Build Your Own Adventure.

  35. great selection from DK books!

  36. Rhonda W G. says:

    The Force Awakens The Visual would be my pick!

  37. I like Star Wars Year by Year: A Visual History

  38. I would really like Star Wars Year by Year: A Visual History

  39. Julie bolduc says:

    My daught would love the Star Wars: Complete Locations

  40. Star Wars Year by Year: A Visual History.

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