"Makes me feel a lot smarter than I actually am." -LifeRearranged.com"Astronomy. Physics. Science history. There's a little bit for everyone in there. And since it's National Geographic, you know they'll have it right." -ClubJade.net"A very fun book and a must have game companion for fans of the Angry Birds Star Wars Games....This book definitely meets the very high standards one would expect from a National Geographic publication. Kudos to author Amy Briggs for bringing this fun book to life!" -AboutAMom.com"This book would fit well on the bookshelf of Angry Birds fans and Star Wars fans of all ages." -HaveSippyWillTravel.com"What a cool way to introduce kids to science and to get kids reading for enjoyment." -TechAgeKids.com"It's a given: if you love Star Wars, I think you'll love this book. If you love "Angry Birds" and the entertaining "Angry Birds Star Wars", you'll love this book. If you love science, or are a parent that wants to encourage science for your children, yes, you too will love this book." --KnightsArchive.com"Unites Angry Birds, "Star Wars, "and National Geographic to take fans on a galactic mission to uconver the true stories, technology and unbelievable science behind the science fiction." --"Las Vegas Guardian Express"Reseña del editor:
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... three worlds collided. Angry Birds, "Star Wars, " and National Geographic united to take their fans on a galactic mission to uncover the true stories, inventions, and unbelievable science behind the science fiction. Discover how art imitates life by exploring the discovery of Kepler 16b, a real Tatooine planet; understand how a hovercraft works and how it resembles the landspeeder; find out how close we are to creating a real-life lightsaber. A bonus chapter takes this stellar adventure one step further to reveal never-before-published information about the characters, planets, and technology at work in the Angry Birds "Star Wars" II game! Join your favorite Angry Birds "Star Wars" characters on their galactic mission!
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