DK Readers L2: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Boba Fett, Jedi Hunter

DK Readers L Star Wars The Clone Wars Boba Fett Jedi Hunter More Star Wars action for young readers These DK Readers are great for those reluctant readers as well as devoted Star Wars fans Boba Fett Jedi Hunter introduces readers to the young Boba Fett as he

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  • Title: DK Readers L2: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Boba Fett, Jedi Hunter
  • Author: Clare Hibbert
  • ISBN: 9780756682804
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Hardcover
  • More Star Wars action for young readers These DK Readers are great for those reluctant readers as well as devoted Star Wars fans Boba Fett Jedi Hunter introduces readers to the young Boba Fett, as he seeks revenge upon the Jedi Order 2012 Lucasfilm Ltd All Rights Reserved Used Under Authorization.

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    1. A solid level 2 book that isn't bogged down with too many Science Fiction words that are hard to pronounce. It also has a good consistent story line and plot that has some twists that my 5 yr old loved. Not a huge fan of Sci-Fi, I made my 5 yr old read this to his father and so it provided bonding time as well. A good story to keep any beginner reader with a love of Star Wars interested and engaged.

    2. A level 2 book that is based on one of the Clone Wars episodes. This would be targeted to maybe 2nd or 3rd graders I guess. I had to change some of the words to my kids while I read it. I really didn't want to say Mace killed Boba's dad, so I said he hurt him. Then when I read the word bomb they wanted to know what that was and I said ohhh, it is really just a water balloon that explodes. I read it wrong Soah.

    3. “DK Readers L2: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Boba Fett, Jedi Hunter” by Clare Hibbert 9780756682811 – Boba Fett: Jedi Hunter – “Who is that angry boy? It is Boba Fett.” (p4)

    4. ~borrowed from the LibraryBOBA FETT: JEDI HUNTER is from DK's Clone Wars series. This series of books does not have pictures from the movies but animation stills. This book has 817 words (large font) and is at the mid-3rd Grade Reading level.This book is basically a Baba Fett biography. It tells about his father Jango and about his desire to assassinate the sinister Mace Windu. I-personally don't find most of the Clone Wars books to be all that intriguing but this one seems particularly well wri [...]

    5. Okay, I admit it, I only picked this one up because of Boba Fett's Tiny Angry Face. And insofar as it provided me with a lot of Boba Fett's Tiny Angry Face, it was a good book. Unfortunately, it kind of fell down in a lot of other aspects. For one thing, it seems to be retelling a good chunk of the Clone Wars TV series, but according to my friend who's seen those episodes, it retells them wrong. It also doesn't actually finish the retelling, presumably so as not to spoil the relevant episodes, b [...]

    6. This star wars book tells the story of what happens to Boba Fett after his father’s death and the path he takes to avenge his father’s death. He sneaks in and joins the training school for clone troopers. This book has half pages of text and pictures. There is a glossary and index in the back of the book. Recommended age 6-8Reading Level 1st-2nd grade

    7. My toddler enjoyed hearing about Boba Fett but I found it a struggle to read because of the number of times I had to say Boba aloud. It got to the point where I began to question of I was saying his name properly. DK Readers are great books and my son really enjoys all the different one a available.

    8. Jack loves the Clone Wars setting, and enjoyed reading through this book. The story was simple, and most of the words were ones he was able to read without too much prompting. Images/Illustrations are lifted straight from the cartoon network show.

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