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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Ada Public Library J MAN (Text) 33500013271309 New Checked out 08/27/2020
Barnesville Public Library J MAN (Text) 33500013271317 New Available -

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  • ISBN: 1368057330
  • ISBN: 9781368057332
  • Physical Description: xiii, 201 pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Los Angeles : Disney-Lucasfilm Press, 2020.

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General Note: Disney canon.
Formatted Contents Note: The orphanage -- Buyer beware -- The predecessor -- Blood moon -- The dark mirror -- The gilded cage -- A life immortal.
Summary, etc.: Read on if you dare! This unique in-world collection hallows the spooky tales and ghost stories that would have kept young Luke and Leia up at night. Created by George Mann and Grant Griffin--the same team behind the stunning Star Wars: Myths & Fables--these seven frightful fables have been carefully woven from the expansive fabric that is the Star Wars galaxy (including the thrilling landscape from Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland and Disney World), and beautifully painted in a lush illustrative style that feels intergalactic yet innately archetypal and timeless.
Author Notes

George Mann is a Sunday Times (UK) best-selling novelist and scriptwriter, and he's loved Star Wars for about as long as he's been able to walk. He's the author of the Newbury & Hobbes Victorian mystery series, best-selling Doctor Who novels, new adventures for Sherlock Holmes, and the supernatural mystery series Wychwood. You can find him on Twitter @George_Mann.


Grant Griffin is an illustrator working in games and publishing. He grew up outside of Austin, Texas, and did a stint in Denver, Colorado, where he got a BFA in illustration, found a wife, got a dog, and took up a career in freelancing in 2013. He has since been carving out a niche in the fantasy and science fiction genre. He resides in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, and does his best not to indulge in too much local coffee. You can find him on Instagram @ggriffinart.

Subject: Interplanetary voyages Juvenile fiction
Life on other planets Juvenile fiction
Space warfare Juvenile fiction
Star Wars fiction
Children's stories
Genre: Science fiction.
Short stories.
Fables.
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