Posted by Chris on April 16, 2014 at 09:33 PM CST
Personally Yours Books, a company that offers personalized children's stories, has found a very limited supply of two Star Wars books from the Episode I era. Star Wars: Episode I - Queen Amidala and Me Personalized Book which is 9" x 12" and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Personalized Book which is 6" x 9".

Because these are discontinued, you will need to make a free account on the site here and then request to view the Disney/Star Wars books. Once approved, you'll have access to make your order.

On the order page, you will enter a first and last name, age, gender, hometown, three friend's names, a dedication, who it's from and the date. Personally Yours Books will then personalize your book which you can use for either your own collection or as a gift for someone else.

Each book is $19.95 plus shipping. Be sure to use code "Groovy10w" for 10% off your entire order at checkout.
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