World of Reading Star Wars The Force Awakens: Rey Meets BB-8: Level 1

World of Reading Star Wars The Force Awakens Rey Meets BB Level Rey s life is turned upside down when she meets a little droid named BB

  • Title: World of Reading Star Wars The Force Awakens: Rey Meets BB-8: Level 1
  • Author: Elizabeth Schaefer
  • ISBN: 9781484704806
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rey s life is turned upside down when she meets a little droid named BB 8.

    • World of Reading Star Wars The Force Awakens: Rey Meets BB-8: Level 1 by Elizabeth Schaefer
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      Published :2019-06-16T18:54:50+00:00

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    886 thoughts on “World of Reading Star Wars The Force Awakens: Rey Meets BB-8: Level 1”

    1. Star Wars Rey Meets BB-8 is a nice read for beginning readers who are interested in Science Fiction and Star Wars. The story begins telling about Rey, who is a women who lives all alone on the planet of Jakku, it is really hot and sandy there. It is also very desolate and Rey gets lonely, she does not have any family or friends. She searches around the planet for things and parts to trade an alien for food. One day she hears a droid making noise and saw that a mean alien had captured it, she let [...]


    2. This was surprisingly well done for a basic beginner reader story. It was straight from "The Force Awakens" and told the part where Rey saves BB-8 and decides not to sell him but keep him for companionship. And who doesn't love Rey and BB-8??


    3. This is a great way to introduce the idea of Star Wars to a younger child. I own the original trilogy Little Golden Books but they are just a little too wordy and complicated for my toddler. It's simple while still using words that may be unfamiliar to younger kids.





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