Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary

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DK Pub., 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Using a large-format dictionary approach, the people, creatures, & droids of the Star Wars saga are presented. Includes large photos of the characters & many stills from the movies. The Visual Dictionary is an essential guide to Star Wars. DK's renowned Eyewitness style brings the characters, costumes, droids, and gadgetry of the Star Wars universe to life in astonishing visual detail. Highly defined, annotated photography shows and explains the culture, background, and technology of the Star Wars trilogy. Fans of all ages will enjoy detailed revelations of Star Wars secrets like how a Stormtrooper's equipment works, what the insides of a light saber look like, and what Sand People keep in their bandoliers. A visual glossary explains all the technical terms used in the trilogy. Together with Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections, these books comprise a definitive classic Star Wars reference library. Fabulous photographs illustrate the paraphernalia of Rebels, Imperials, bounty hunters, and more. Painstakingly researched, this book presents both basic information and minute details about famous and infamous STAR WARS characters and their equipment.

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I bought two of these to give as presents to two seven year old boys. They both different families loved them. They thought the pictures were cool and it made learning about different Star Wars ... Read full review


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Whilethe content is fine the book was bound upside down contents oneway cover the other and the sleeve was ripped but otherwise thevalue is fine and my son will LOVE it for Christmas Read full review

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Macafie Lili Bobo has always loved Greek Mythology and fiction writing. At age 11, "Second Rate Gods" is her first book. She plans to continue to write and currently lives with her parents, brother, and grandmother in Potomac, Maryland. She goes to Herbert Hoover Middle School.

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