The Yoda Chronicles arrived last week and Trever was super excited. The truth is my son is a huge LEGO fan. Once LEGO and Star War’s merged brands, he became a loyalist. There are very few Lego Star War’s items that do not excite him.
- Title: LEGO Star Wars The Yoda Chronicles
- Year Release: 1 August 2013
- Publisher: Dorling Kindersley (DK Books)
- Author: Daniel Lipkovitz
- Price: $18.99
- Exclusive Minifigure: Special Forces Commander Clone Trooper
Relive Yoda’s adventures in the LEGO Star Wars galaxy with this all new format from DK. The first in a brand-new series, LEGO Star Wars: Yoda Chronicles features themed spreads based on the legendary Yoda’s adventures.
The Yoda Chronicles features pages of sharp LEGO photography spilling all the details of the Star War’s character, Yoda. The layout of the book has a high school yearbook or comic book style feel. The layout is intriguing and easy to follow. The book boasts information regarding Yoda’s wisdom, his ally’s and enemies, legacy and more.
There are pages about Yoda’s galaxy and the geography of each of the planets. Readers will,also, find a page dedicated to Yoda’s greatest betrayal.
We require that the children read for 30 minutes a day. For children that do not enjoy reading, it can sometimes be quite boring. However, The Yoda Chronicles as provided a relief from boredom for Trever. When the timer sounds, ending reading time, my son has begun telling me about the knowledge he learned while reading. This.has.NEVER.happened.before. Usually, I have to drag the details of a story out of him. The book, also, comes with the official LEGO minifigurine, Special Forces Commander Clone Trooper. This is a huge bonus for my son, because he is always searching to add minifigures to his collection. Overall, The Yoda Chronicles is the perfect book for LEGO Star War’s fans. The LEGO figurine photo’s combined with the unique layout keep the reader coming back for more.
Hey Ya’ll, I am Joy from Joyful Musings, where I blog about crafts, Jacksonville and all things pertaining to my family. Thank you, Lynsey, for the opportunity to guest post on Moscato Mom. I received a copy of Yoda Chronicles in exchange for my post. All opinions are 100% my own.