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Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review. It's a large format tabletop book with a great textured cover on the earlier printings later printings are a standard laminated hard cover. If you like delving into the worlds of Star Wars and have any interest in the animals this is a must have book.
Feb 08, Paul rated it liked it. I would say that this is perhaps a title for more serious fans because at times, some of the animals started to blur together.
Jan 27, Nancy rated it liked it. Jun 08, Puigiel rated it it was amazing. Really beautiful pictures, wonderfull animals.
ISBN 10: 0811828697
A must have for everyone, more interested in the world of a galaxy far far away! Apr 03, The Brothers rated it it was amazing Shelves: asher-read , star-wars , encyclopedias , aliens. Asher 13yo read. Oct 27, Michelle allan rated it really liked it. Aug 23, Shane Graham rated it really liked it. An enjoyable enough book from a talented artist and biologist Terryl Whitlatch. Informative and humorous stretch as a thought projecting for no other reason. Dec 01, Catherine rated it liked it Shelves: art-photography , fiction , fantasy. Fun book with lovely illustrations - the illustrations are why you read this.
Jun 23, Amanda rated it it was amazing Shelves: tie-ins , sci-fi , books-read-in , teacher-first-book , star-wars , scifi-space-opera , format-book.
Summer A random Half Price Book find, this book is an absolute gem. The first thing you can't help but notice is that the whole front and back of the book are a textured hard cover, made to feel like the scales of some great creature. On the inside of the front cover and stretching all the way to the inside of the back cover is a size guide ranking all the animals together, as well, which is amazing.
I absolutely picked it up for the Naboo Sections breaking down individually ecosystems an Summer A random Half Price Book find, this book is an absolute gem. I absolutely picked it up for the Naboo Sections breaking down individually ecosystems and animals in Theedside, The Abyss, and The Gungan Swamp , but I was blown away by every part of this book. The art is staggering gorgeous, with black and white sketches and color sketches side by sides. There are usually adorable baby and adolescent versions of all the creatures. There are even several side-by-sides where you can see the anatomical structure of the creatures as well.
The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide
I will enjoy having this as a reference on my shelf going forward. Nov 14, Andre rated it liked it Shelves: science-fantasy. This was a nice tongue in cheek book. However, I am gonna say right away that I could have done with a shorter chapter on Naboo… boy was that looooonnnnggggg. Plus that Tattoine, Hoth and Dagobah all had just one ecosystem and Naboo has only two sounds pretty weird if you ask me.
Also, you do notice that the book mostly stays within the groups that we have on earth, not really any new group here, except for a few cases. Mostly this book doesn't take itself too serious though and it is a nice "litt This was a nice tongue in cheek book. Mostly this book doesn't take itself too serious though and it is a nice "little" book on the wildlife in Star Wars, not all species ever presented though, but a lot of it. When you own a lightsaber and spend hours a day shopping for books, every so often something is too tempting on a order screen.
The cover is scaled This is too pretty to be kept at the store I don't want to give 5 stars too easily I wouldn't have brought it home if it was a 4 probably would have I have a problem. Dec 27, Francisco Becerra rated it really liked it. A beautiful and engaging tour to another aspect of the Star Wars universe, overlooked for so long: the wondrous creatures that inhabit the planets and stars we love so much.
Although most of them are only visually stunning, a few are truly conceptual wonders like the bantha, the greater krayt dragon, the knobby white spider, the aiwhas or the beldons. Sep 27, Alex Brown rated it really liked it. Its a pretty good star wars book, its basically got a bunch of the alien creatures from all of star wars, not just the movies.
ISBN 13: 9780811828697
Not a ton of actual reading but the artwork is really cool. Its a nice edition to any star wars fans collection but i would only recommend it to the people who really care about star wars that much. Jan 16, Micah rated it really liked it. A fun book with great illustrations.
Most detail is given to familiar species from the movies. I don't know how many of the other species are mentioned in the books or if they are added to fill out ecosystems. Feb 21, RumBelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: star-wars , favorites.