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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… the Star Wars saga began. And the world became mesmerized, captivated, and stricken with incessant infatuation. Star Wars became alive, it became its own entity. Decades later it’s still loved, idolized, and valued as one of the most epic collections of galactic adventures. Movies, books, and toys hit the market and we eagerly collected. Then Star Wars and LEGO joined forces. It was the next obvious and natural expansion to combine both worlds. For 20 years now, kids have been able to build their favorite Star Wars scenes with the popular LEGO building bricks. And they are always looking for new ideas and creative inspiration. DK Books carries a collection of LEGO kits and books and here are two of their newest releases.

LEGO Star Wars Visual Dictionary

Star Wars Lego visual dictionary

The LEGO Star Wars Visual Dictionary, New Edition has been updated to include new figures and features from the Rise of the First Order. It comes with one mini-figure and a plethora of action-packed movie-accurate details and ideas. The book is divided into 5 chapters.

  • 1. The Fall of the Republic
  • The Galactic Civil War
  • The Rise of The First Order
  • Specialists Sets
  • Beyond the Brick
Lego character

Originally published in 2009, it has been lovingly revised and expanded into the 21st century. This visual dictionary starts off with the history and growth of LEGO Starwars over the last 20 years. The improvements and details added over the years to their bricks and Star Wars characters are remarkable.

Hans Solo and Millennium Falcon LEGO pieces

Each chapter highlights the races, droids, characters, vehicles, and animals of that time with full-color photos, interesting profiles, the number of LEGO pieces need to recreate it, plus other details. Each section has data boxes and data files that share interesting facts as well. Learn fine points about the Jedi Order, Separatist Army, Imperial Leaders, Rebel Alliance, Rogue Heroes, Echo Base and so much more. Kids can get insight into building the Death Star, an Imperial Transporter, or recreate an Ewok Tree Village. The back of the books features the design team and a look behind their creations. There are endless possibilities.

Star Wars Character Encyclopedia

The LEGO Star Wars Character Encyclopedia shares updated information about all the 200 + characters, be they human, alien, or droid. Plus, this book comes with a mini Darth Maul figure and weapon. Divided into 13 chapters, you’ll discover new characters and learn more about your favorites.

  • Episode I
  • Episode II
  • Episode III
  • Clone Wars
  • Hans Solo
  • Rebels
  • Rogue One
  • Episode IV
  • Episode V
  • Episode VI
  • Episode VII
  • Episode VIII
  • Episode IX

As you peruse each of the chapters you’ll glean more insight into the various characters. There are lots of full-color photos and data boxes filled with fan-favorite and LEGO information. Did you know that droids can be promoted? C3PO was promoted to lieutenant in the rebel army for his exceptional work. Ever hear of Zeb Orrelios? He’s a fierce purple rebel alien intent on destroying the Empire as they wiped out most of his race. Secret code: At-At-Driver.

Remember the magicians playing at the Mos Eisley Cantina? Ever wonder who they are? Learn about Figrin D’ an and his band the Modal Nodes. Or what about the Gamorrean guards Jabba the Hutt uses to fulfill his ruthless demands. Did you know that two variants of these characters were created by LEGO? What about Rio Durant? He’s a six-limbed creature from Ardennian and is an excellent pilot. Kids and adult fans will spend hours learning about all the Star Wars characters to date. It’s a great addition to anyone Star Wars collection. May the force be with you!

Disclaimer: I received complimentary products to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.

100 Comments

  1. My son is a lego fanatic and would have so much fun with this especially because of the StarWars pieces. I’d love to win this for him.

  2. My grandchildren love to build with Lego and also like Star Wars and have some of the building sets. I think they would love this book so I would like to win it for them.

  3. I would love to win this for my nephew as his birthday is just before Christmas so he seems to get less. This would blow his socks off.

  4. My grandson is 8 and he is into Legos and building now so much. It is his got to activity these days and that is all he wants for Christmas. This book would be amazing for him.

  5. These books not only tell the story of Lego, but they also offer new ideas. Our sons love to mix and match their sets to come up with new adventure builds. Thanks for the awesome giveaway opportunity.

  6. I have been a Star Wars fan since the first movie came out in 1978. I collect anything and everything I can find related Star Wars. I don’t have this.

  7. This is a great Contest. My daughter loves Lego. She just lost her brother last year, and he was a huge starwars fan!!

  8. OMGosh I love this !
    I took my mom to watch the first Lego Movie at the theater.
    She kinda thought I was a lil nuts not taking my 30 yr old son, but I thought it was a cute thing to do with her!
    WANT !
    (teehee)

  9. Our daughter and her family are big Star Wars fans. This would make a wonderful Christmas gift for them. Our granddaughter is also a big Lego fan. Perfect combination for them.

  10. I would have been waaay happy to have won this many years ago, in the time before the Net existed, but would really LOVE it now, as it STILL stands, no matter the era it would be won in.

  11. I have a 4 year old, an 11 year old an a husband who are all extreme star wars enthusiasts. The would love this addition.

  12. My granddaughter is really into Lego and on Thanksgiving watched her first Star Wars movie. She fell in love with R2-D2.

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