{Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Return of the Padawan: Jeffrey Brown}

{Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Return of the Padawan: Jeffrey Brown}

{Synopsis} – I thought my second year at Jedi Academy would be a breeze, and it was…at first. I built an awesome robot, took a field trip to an ice planet, and avoided Gammy’s alien cooking. But then things got all mixed-up!

Star pilot training was way harder than I expected, my best friends started ignoring me, and the class bullies are trying to lead me to the dark side–which actually looks fun. Just when I thought I had middle school all figured out…

{My thoughts} – Roan is in his second year at the Jedi Academy. He starts out having a great year, but then things start to get a little sticky. He starts to struggle with his friendships and begins making friends with the wrong crowd.

This is something that happens so often with children in school. Sometimes, they make friends with the wrong crowd because the wrong crowd are the only ones that will talk to them and or give them the time and day. This happens often when their actual friends push them away for some reason or another.

I think this book is nicely put together, it shows that even though friends go through rough spots. In the end it is very much possible for it all to work out in the end. This book also helps to show children that grades in school aren’t the most important thing to worry about. That all you have to do is really try and the more you try the more likely you will see that things can and will improve.

I think that any child that loves Star Wars will enjoy reading this book. I love the illustrations within the pages. They give you a lot to look at and explore. I enjoy reading books like this because they are fun reads. I think that any child would be lucky to have this book added to their home or school library.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.


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