Growing up, I always celebrated on May 4 because it's my birthday. But did you know that everyone has a reason to celebrate on May 4? Stars Wars fans rejoice and tell each other "May the 4th be with you," a pun that pokes fun at the original phrase "may the force be with you." Honor the Jedi and the force with books and crafts that celebrate the Star Wars universe.
Have you ever though I Wish I Had A Wookiee? Or maybe you want a pet AT-AT? Imagine you do in this funny collection of poems that explores what it would be like if you could really interact with Star Wars characters.
Star Wars: Galactic Baking: Ready for a sweet or savory treat? Make your own TIE fighter ice cream sandwiches or get ready to fight with resistance ration bars full of oats and dried fruit.
Jedi Academy: Revenge of the Sis: Christina Starspeeder may be done with Jedi Academy but that doesn't mean she's ready to be a Jedi Master. Now is her chance to apprentice with a Jedi Master. Study along with her in this funny story full of comics and diary entries.
Did you ever wonder about The Moviemaking Magic of Star Wars? This book will show you how they make the ships and battle in Star Wars look real.
- Use basic LEGO bricks to make your favorite Star Wars characters. Then introduce your characters to Lego Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles for more Jedi fun!
- Make a Baby Yoda corner bookmark to keep track of your place in Star Wars books--or any books! Or channel the dark side and make this Darth Vader bookmark
- Use your fingerprints to create Star Wars characters with your own special twist
- If you want your own wookiee, try creating this Chewbacca puppet out of a paper bag
May the 4th be with you!