Published March 1, 2000
by Scholastic Paperbacks .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
This is a review of the Scholastic book Star wars Journal - Captive of Evil -by Princess Leia Organa - written by Jude Watson and published July, Scholastic specializes in books for 9 to 12 year olds, and jude Watson is an experienced author in writing at this level/5(9). Two series of three books each, the Star Wars Journals delve into the lives of some of the major Star Wars characters. They are told from the first-person point of view. Star Wars Episode I Journal: Anakin Skywalker - Todd Strasser Star Wars Episode I Journal: Darth Maul - Jude Watson Star Wars Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala - Jude Watson Star Wars Journal: Captive to Evil: Princess Leia's. In this book Han Solo expresses his deepest personal feelings. He also explains parts of the Star Wars story that weren't in any of the movies. For example, he describes when he was in the Imperial army, where he met and saved Chewbacca who was a slave to the army. If you like Star Wars, you will really enjoy this book/5(7). Star Wars Episode I Journal: Queen Amidala is a novel from the point of view of Padmé Amidala surrounding the Trade Federation's Invasion of Naboo, her escape from the blockade, and the events that follow in Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. My world is under attack. My life is in danger. But I must be strong. I must save my people.
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TM ® & © Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. Susan Cheyney GRADES: About Us. The only thing of note that stands out with this book is what Anakin is capable of doing with the Force, from one piece of advice from Qui-Gon Jinn. Otherwise, just read the Episode 1 novelization. It’s not like the target audience for this journal will have to wait too much longer to be able to read it/5(32). The novels ride the reignited Star Wars craze sparked by the release of Star Wars, Episode VII in With more than 50 audiobooks, this series has created a fascinating new cast of side characters and stories that will continue to grow as long as the Star Wars fan base keeps demanding more adventures. The Journal of the Whills was a record of events in the galaxy. Long after the Galactic Civil War, an individual was tasked with writing about events that transpired in the galaxy.1 Verse of the journal referenced the Jedi, containing a poem concerning the dark side and the light side of the Force.2 Addar, a member of the Church of the Force, once watched a holovid of Brin Izisca reading.