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{Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Revenge of the Sis: Jarrett J. Krosoczka}Revenge of the Sis by Jarrett J. Krosoczka
Series: Jedi Academy
Published by Scholastic Press on March 26, 2019
Genres: Childrens, Graphic Novels, Middle School, Movie Adaptation
Pages: 176
Format: Hardcover
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – An all-new story arc begins in the New York Times bestselling series, with author Amy Ignatow and illustrator Jarrett Krosockza in Star Wars: Jedi Academy! Starring Christina Starspeeder!

Christina Starspeeder, legendary Padawan and brother to Victor Starspeeder, has graduated from the Jedi Academy at Coruscant. But that doesn’t mean her education is over! Just the opposite. Now Christina is a student at the advanced Jedi Academy at Jedha City. It’s super big, and super stressful. At Coruscant, Christina was top of her class. But at this new school, it seems like everyone is on a different level. To make matters worse, she’s apprenticing under legendary Jedi Skia Ro, whose droid seems to have it out for Christina. Since when did droids come preprogrammed with attitude? Every time Skia Ro gives Christina a task, she manages to screw it up. Can Christina step it up at this new school? Or will she get booted out to the outer rim? Find out in this all-new volume of the New York Times bestselling series Star Wars: Jedi Academy!

{My thoughts} – I have grown to love this series. It is a fun graphic novel set based loosely on Star Wars. The cover is nicely illustrated and eye catching. The illustrations within the book go hand and hand with the text, helping to better explain what is taking place within the storyline.

This is the first book since Jarrett Krosockza had taken over the series that the storyline isn’t based solely on the new character Victor. Instead this book is all about his sister Christina and I think it is a nice addition to the series.

Christina is going to a new school to learn under a new Master. She has some issues getting herself grounded and staying in focus. She reads a zoologist type magazine in her free time and when it comes down to it, all the reading helps her in her studying to be a Jedi. Her classmates teased her to the point where she wanted to quit, but she held on and she kept at it. Eventually all her hard work paid off and she learned that she was going to make a great Jedi.

I think this book is a great reminder for children. I think that it can help them to see that even though things are going real well, that they have the potential to improve. It shows them that as long as they believe they can do it, they will be able to do it and become successful.

I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading the next one in the series when it comes out!

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.