Chewbacca, a notorious rebel ally, is wanted for crimes against the Empire. Not often seen without his partner-in-crime, Han Solo, this Wookiee has evaded capture on multiple occasions, due in no small part to the fastest freighter in the universe, the Millennium Falcon.
Chewie, as he is more commonly known, has a sizeable bounty on his head.
Can you find this furry criminal before other accomplished bounty hunters beat you to it?
A uniquely illustrated search and find format, perfect for Star Wars fans young and old!
Publication Date: October 06, 2016
Age Range: From 6 years
Sometimes a book arrives that, while clearly aimed at kids is a hit with kids of all ages. Where’s The Wookiee is one of those books, and a title that will charm you as you hunt for the wookiee’s like a Mando on a promise and then delight you with the intricate detail the book holds on each page.
Artist Ulises Farinas takes us to 15 different Star Wars locales and packs in details in a manner reminiscent of Jeff Carlisle or Sergio Aragones. Everywhere you look there’s something to spot or grin at, and it’s all done with a knowing winks to the older readers while educating the younger readers in Star Wars characters.
But don’t be fooled by the title, there’s plenty more to look for than wookiees. While closely eyeing such locales as Echo Base, Cloud City, the Death Star, sandcrawlers and Mos Eisley we are also on the look out for a total of 150 items including the Millennium Falcon, Han Solo, Boba Fett, Dengar, Greedo, Bossk, Zuckuss, 4-LOM and IG-88.
There’s hours of fun in this book, giving the kids plenty to hunt down and the older readers a smile-inducing browse through some intricately designed and very pleasing locations.
Get out there and buy it now.