Vader's Little Princess 2015 Wall Calendar (Star Wars) Calendar – Wall Calendar, July 22, 2014
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While the book is clearly not representative of the true father-daughter relationship these two had, there are plenty of humanizing moments that really make you connect to the characters in the book, and might even teach a valuable lesson in parenting (or two).
If you or someone you know is really into SW (and especially if they have a daughter), I'd recommend this book. It's really lighthearted and fun for anyone and everyone familiar with the series.
This would be a fun gift for adult Star Wars fans. Not sure if it would be appropriate with little kids as some of the humor is more appropriate for older kids (like 10 and up). Some of the pages show Leia dating Han Solo or wearing her slave outfit, which some parents might object to small children looking at. No nudity or profanity or anything like that at all. Generally good fun!
We bought the Boy's version of this book and she loved it. Naturally, we bought this book for her thinking should would like it as well. Having not watched all of the Star Wars movies, I was worried she wouldn't get all of the puns.
After a week or two reading this book to her before bed, she found herself glued to the screen when we all watch Star Wars again. Go figure, she kept relating the movie to her book. For me that's totally absurd! But it's Great!
Brilliant idea writing a book for kids making Darth Vader look like a decent guy. Takes the Fear out of his character to help kids adapt to the movies.
Genius! Thanks Jeff!!!
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If you have a Star Wars loving daughter this is borderline essential. I read it most nights with my 4yr old. She has it almost completely memorised.
It's a sweet little book of cartoons that any father of a girl can relate to, shown through the lens of an alternate Star Wars universe where Darth Vader had to raise his kids.
Darth Vader and Son is also brilliant.