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REVIEW: Star Wars R2-D2’s Droid Workshop

<a href="http://" target="_blank">Damian Kelleher</a>

Damian Kelleher

09 Dec 2014

Finally – an activity book specially designed to get Star Wars fans salivating

Here’s a little something that comes zooming in to bookshops from a galaxy far, far away – and it’s just in time for Christmas. This children’s activity book will have dads desperate to lend a hand over the holiday season. Not only will this book tell your kids the story of R2-D2’s secret mission to bring the Rebel Alliance Leader Princess Leia’s distress message to Obi Wan Kenobi. It also includes all the makings of a press-out R2-D2 model that will stand proud and tall at 29cm high. Much more exciting than an Ikea flat pack. Oh, and there are mazes, word games and puzzles, too. May the force be with you.
Egmont, age: 6+.

 

 

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