{Star Wars: Jedi Academy, The Phantom Bully: Jeffrey Brown}

{Synopsis} – It’s hard to believe that this is my last year at Jedi Academy. I’ve been busier than ever learning to fly (and wash) starships, sight-seeing in the Lake Country on Naboo, studying for the Jedi obstacle course exam, and tracking down dozens of voorpaks…don’t ask. But now someone is setting me up to get in trouble with everyone at school. If I don’t find out who it is–and fast–I may flunk out! Why can’t middle school just be easy…?

{My thoughts} – Roan is on his last year at Jedi Academy. He is doing great with his friendships. He’s even made friends with the new girl at school. Some of the previous kids that were giving him a rough time aren’t anymore. And some of those that weren’t are now. He is just kind of taking things one day at a time, because that is really his only option.

Roan is like any other middle schooler. Just trying to survive school and make a few friends along the way.

I really enjoyed reading this book and read parts of it to my two year old when she was sitting on my lap. She seemed to like looking at all the illustrations the most. Honestly who could blame her? They are extremely well done! The words and the illustrations go together hand and hand.

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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