Rey and Pals: (Darth Vader and Son Series, Funny Star Wars Book for Kids and Adults)


Product Details

$14.95  $13.90
Chronicle Books
Publish Date
6.7 X 6.8 X 0.4 inches | 0.5 pounds

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About the Author

Jeffrey Brown is the Eisner Award-winning artist and author of the Darth Vader(TM) and Son series. A lifelong Star Wars fan, he lives in Chicago.


"It's a big galaxy, one that's brighter for the presence of these magical books that kids of all ages can enjoy."
-Fantha Tracks
"Honestly the most adorable little book cover I've seen in ages...Rey and Pals follows along as Rey and her friends-Rose, Finn, Poe, BB-8, the porgs, and yes, even an angry little boy named Ben, and a few of his villainous mates from the First Order-deal with the biggest threats the kids of Star Wars can face. "
"Give to someone that you know is a huge fan of the newer Star Wars movies, but that can have a sense of humor about some other goofy Star Wars references. Yes, there's even a Jar-Jar joke in the book."
"Every page is filled with gags that will make even the most hardcore Star Wars nerds (count this author among them) chuckle with an appreciation for the most obscure hidden references."
- The Beat
Holiday Gift Pick "This adorable kids book from Jeffrey Brown, author of Darth Vader and Son and Vader's Little Princess is the perfect gift for the young Star Wars fans on your list. Rey and Pals follows Rey and her friends from both the newest trilogy and oldest as they explore and have fun. Not to mention nothing is more adorable than Kylo trying to use the force to win at a game of go fish."
Holiday Gift Pick "If the kids are too young to watch "Star Wars," Chicago-based cartoonist Jeffrey Brown's series has you covered. Since 2012, with "Darth Vader and Son," Brown has been imagining silly scenarios that would play out if Vader had faced the challenges of parenting Luke and Leia"
-Chicago Tribune
"it's a fun collection of comics filled with references to the films, often recreating familiar scenes that take on new meaning when the characters are younglings. If you're a Star Wars fan and you haven't seen these books before, you're missing something brilliant!"
-Geek Dad