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June 1, 2016

Star Wars Reads Day

Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a new day to celebrate reading and all things Star Wars was founded….

Okay, maybe 2011 wasn’t so long ago and since readers are celebrating everywhere it isn’t necessarily far, far away, but this weekend fans everywhere will observe the annual Star Wars Reads Day. Across the country readers and fans of all ages will dress up like their favorite characters and gather at bookstores and libraries to swap books, share stories, make crafts, and test their knowledge of the Star Wars universe.

With the wealth of Star Wars books available through Scholastic Reading Club, we have something for every reader. So choose a book, grab your lightsaber, and may the Force be with you!


For the aspiring Jedi, we have the story of Roan Novachez, who is invited to be a student at Star Wars: Jedi Academy.



For the scientifically minded, the Star Wars Science Fair Book explores the real science behind the science fiction.

What would the Bard have thought of Lord Vader? Reimagined in glorious iambic pentameter, William Shakespeare’s Star Wars is a tale of valor and villainy told by fretful droids. May the verse be with you!


If you know someone who watches every movie over and over, the Star Wars Movie Box Set is a terrific way to relive all the action.


Young fans and early readers can practice their reading and phonics skills with the Star Wars Phonics Box Set.


For more Star Wars books available through Scholastic Reading Club, visit our website.

For more information about Star Wars Reads Day, including book lists and an event kit, visit: www.starwars.com/reads/



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