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STAR WARS: THE FORCE INSIDE – Put Me In The Story Book Review

The holiday season is here and if you got a Star Wars fan at home, you don’t need to look in a galaxy far, far away for the perfect gift. Put Me In The Story has you covered with not just one but two Star Wars books for your favorite tiny human or favorite grown up kid, like me.

STAR WARS THE FORCE INSIDE

STAR WARS The FORCE INSIDE lets your favorite person explore the nature of the force so they can learn more about the Light side or the Dark Side. Will they become a Jedi or a Sith? In the Path of the Jedi portion, you learn about Jedi Masters Yoda, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-wan Kenobi, and Mace Windu. You also get to learn about Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa. You also answer questions and at the end you tally up your score and find out if you are a Jedi Master! Now, flip the book over and start the Path of the Sith!

STAR WARS THE FORCE INSIDE

The other part of the book has you learning about the Dark side. You learn a bit about  The Inquisitor, General Grievous, Darth Vader, Count Dooku, Darth Maul, Chancellor Palpatine, and Darth Sidious. You will answer questions, tally up the points, and find out if you are a member of the Galactic Empire or a Sith Master.

I got the chance to make and review a copy. I was going to make it for the little one but really, it wasn’t going to happen and I made it for myself. The book was hardcover, 8.5×11 size, 40 pages, nicely made, thick pages, and shipped very quickly. The picture that I uploaded to be added into the book came out great.

The site was simple to use and this time there was no lag when trying to preview my information. I had that problem with it the first time when I created the Marvel’s The Avengers: Black Ops Field Guide. You can upload a photo of yourself/gift receiver and they ask you for the name and a quote. It actually gives you an option for two photos. I thought I could do one for the Path of the Jedi and one for the Path of the Sith. Photo one is used in the beginning of both sections and the second photo is used when you are being told that it is your DESTINY. I opted to just leave it blank. My name appeared throughout the book and it was fun to see that. If I got a kick out of it, your little one definitely will.

The information for each character is small and it’s only on one page. The second page is where you answer questions. The questions are simple and there are only four to answer. They revolve around the personality/who the Jedi are. One of Leia Organa’s questions is “What would you do if captured by Imperial Troops?” and Darth Vader has “What do you fear most of all?” Oh and the answers are multiple choice with a couple of True or False. Put Me In The Story has the age range for this book listed 6-12 years old but I believe even younger kids would get a kick out of it.

Can I just mention that I love that Princess Leia is included in this book? People forgot that she is Force Sensitive and to me, that makes her a Jedi no matter what.

Overall, this is another great book from the folks at Put Me In The Story. I loved it and I’m going to be ordering a few for the tiny humans in my life and maybe a few grown children too. Let me show you one of the pages in my book!

STAR WARS THE FORCE INSIDE

I’m wearing my Princess Leia pajama that I picked up at Target and my Teebo plush from Disneyland. Oh I had fun putting together this book and I bet you will too!

Also, Put Me In The Story is having an awesome sale!! Check out the information below:

December 4-6

Use code FORCE to get 50% off personalized Star Wars books from Put Me In The Story

For personalized Star Wars books only, excludes plush toys

I know I mentioned above that there were two books and I do have a review of the second book!! You can check out STAR WARS REBELS: BATTLE PLANS FROM DARTH VADER review here.

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Gladys Angulo

Gladys Angulo

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Gladys@agentsofgeek.com

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