Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy Special Edition
October 2007
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Publisher: Scholastic
Author: Matthew Reinhart
Cover Artist:

Cover Price: $299.99
Media: Hardcover
ISBN: - 1st

NOTES
exclusive Max Rebo Band pop-up attached to the slipcase

a special "breathing" sound chip activated with the Darth Vader spread

Signed by artist Matthew Reinhart

Individually Numbered

SYNOPSIS
The celebrated Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy is now available in an extremely limited edition which includes a slipcase, exclusive pop-up, sound chip, and is signed by author Matthew Reinhart!

Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy is a three-dimensional, moving encyclopedia to the characters, planets, creatures, vehicles and technologies that appear in the original trilogy. The book is crammed with over 37 different pop-ups which include large central pop-ups to tiny mini-pop-up flaps. Each spread is a separate chapter devoted to different aspects of the Star Wars universe.

This special edition of the book includes an exclusive Max Rebo Band pop-up attached to the slipcase, a special "breathing" sound chip activated with the Darth Vader spread, and the signature of artist Matthew Reinhart. StarWarsShop has an extremely limited number of these to offer, so act fast and make this special edition of the Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy part of your collection today!


Original Printing
Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy (hardcover)
October, 2007; ISBN: - 1st


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