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on 17 March 2014
"National Geographic Angry Birds Star Wars" is a book in whose creation three worldwide popular brands had participated - The Angry Birds, in its different variations one of the most popular games of all time; Star Wars, the most popular space saga of all times and National Geographic, the world publishing authority considering popular scientific and history content, together with beautiful photos.

They formed an alliance, and although they didn't go to the dark side they've made an interesting book that explores the science behind science fiction.

The book author Amy Briggs was previously working for National Geographic and she managed to create with this one an interesting book that resembles National Geographic due to its style and interesting theme, making it a good piece of literature for all readers regardless of age.

Inside reader will find all the details about heroes and villains, worlds and technology that exists in Star Wars plus all the info that is related to Angry Birds Star Wars spin-off making it a must-read for both fan types.
Additionally, Angry Birds lovers will receive some exclusive data about Angry Birds Star Wars II that gives plenty of information about the game's heroes, technology and places.

And then National Geographic enters the scene giving a scientific touch to everything previously mentioned - a reader will be able to learn about all the real things that make living and working in space possible, in relation to some event or piece of technology that had been seen in Star Wars.

"National Geographic Angry Birds Star Wars" although on first look seems like an unusual combination had totally made sense. Being fan of the Star Wars movies or Angry Birds games, or just enjoying reading well-made scientific texts, reader will find something for her/himself inside. And especially if you or your children show interest for more than one of things above-mentioned.

Due to that I fully recommend to give this book a chance regardless of its strange title, you'll not be sorry.
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