DK Readers L1: Star Wars: Tatooine Adventures by Clare Hibbert

By Clare Hibbert

Star Wars: Tatooine Adventures introduces younger readers to the adversarial barren region planet of Tatooine. With basic sentences and an image thesaurus, young ones will learn the way Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, Jawas, Sand humans, and Jabba the Hutt live on on their planet of Tattoine.

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