BBY/ABY is used to position items along the Star Wars Timeline. BBY refers to Before the Battle of Yavin. ABY refers to After the Battle of Yavin. The Battle of Yavin in Episode IV: A New Hope occured in 0 BBY/ABY.
The Youtini Expanded Universe Ranking system is a 1-5 scale that ranks EU book quality, difficulty, and importance. Books closer to Level 1 are easier to read and understand, more important, and of higher quality.
Sabine Wren is a character known for expressing herself through her art. Fans can take an even closer look inside her head in this sketch-filled journal.
It features drawings and notes from Sabine’s private diary, giving fun snippets of background information about her armor, weapons, and the adventures she experiences while completing missions with her crew.
She's funny, creative and impulsive; an artist with spray paint and advanced weapons. She’s also a 16-year-old girl who happens to be flying around the universe, wreaking havoc on the Imperial army. Now you can read the private diary of Sabine Wren, the awesome new heroine of the Star Wars Rebels television series!
Wren is one of the most compelling and interesting female character in Star Wars since Princess Leia! She's an explosives expert supreme, and a master of advanced weapons. She's also a crazy artist, gifted at graffiti and sketching. She’s strong, bold, confident, cool – and only 16! Get to know Sabine through her own words and artistic expression in this replica journal filled with sketches, photos of her best work, stories, doodles and her observations of her fellow rebels. In Sabine's own writing, relive events that occur during the first 10 episodes of Star Wars Rebels, plus discover details about Sabine's life and the rebel team.
Zeb to the Rescue is a World of Reading Level 1 young-readers book in the Star Wars Rebels series that was released on August 5, 2014. The story was adapted by Michael Siglain based on the Star Wars Rebels prelude short "Entanglement," written by Henry Gilroy and series executive producer Simon Kinberg.
TIE Fighter Trouble is a young readers book in the Star Wars Rebels series from Disney–Lucasfilm Press. Ezra and Zeb dodge Imperial patrols while on a special mission from Hera.
Ezra Bridger knows how to take care of himself. Growing up in the shadow of the Galactic Empire, Ezra has always stolen what he can to survive--and to mess with the Empire. But when one of Ezra's heists goes terribly wrong, he finds himself thrown together with a team of rebels. Lead by brash maverick Kanan Jarrus and fearless pilot Hera Syndulla, the rebels are on a mission to free enslaved Wookiees from an Imperial prison. Now Ezra must decide whether to go back to his simple life on Lothal, or join the rebels in their fight for freedom.
When the rebels receive a secret broadcast, they discover that one of the great Jedi Masters is still alive-and a captive of the Empire! To save her, Kanan, Ezra, and their friends must break into her heavily guarded prison. Can they find the lost Jedi? Or will the Inquisitor find them first?
Based on the Star Wars Rebels television series, this book follows the adventures of Ezra Bridger through a replica of his own journal. In addition, sixteen pages in the end of the journal invite would-be rebels to continue the adventure with their own words and drawings.
Experience the adventures of one of the main characters from Star Wars Rebels through their own writings and sketches. Find out the thoughts and secrets behind the action in episodes from season one of Star Wars Rebels. Plus there exists an extra section in the back of the journal to record your own secret codes and plans for strengthening the rebellion!
Sabine is an artist on a mission! In this level 1 early reader, Sabine takes on an entire team of stormtroopers and adds her colorful mark to an Imperial TIE fighter.
Your favorite Star Wars Rebels heroes are ready to fight the evil Empire! Kanan, Hera and trusty old Chopper battle TIE fighters while Sabine uses her artistic talents to outsmart Stormtroopers. Zeb never misses an opportunity to take down troopers, and Ezra scores a special souvenir at the crash site of an Imperial fighter.
Meet Kanan--the rebels' leader and a skilled Jedi. Kanan has never taught anyone else in the ways of the Force. But after meeting a promising young boy named Ezra, Kanan decides to train him as a new Jedi. This Level 2 early reader follows Kanan and Ezra as they learn what it means to be a Jedi, together.
Rebel pilot Hera stars in another exciting Star Wars adventure! Featuring exciting full-color art from the show, this World of Reading early reader is perfect for fans who are ready to read on their own.
When a group of Wookiees is captured and enslaved by the Galactic Empire, it’s up to Kanan, Ezra, and the rest of the rebels to save them!
Fourteen year-old Ezra Bridger lives alone on the Outer Rim planet of Lothal. He fends for himself by picking up odd jobs and hustling the unsuspecting Stormtrooper. But when Arena Day arrives - an underground tournament where mighty beasts battle to the finish and all the swindlers, gamblers and no-gooders come from all corners of the planet to make a profit - Ezra is whisked into an unlikely partnership with the fearsome bounty hunter Bossk and enmeshed in a high-stakes chase against an endless fleet of troopers. Ezra isn't willing to trust anyone, but he soon learns that surviving doesn't always mean just fending for himself.
When Ezra Bridger runs in to an old friend from his past, secrets about Ezra’s missing parents are finally brought to light. Can Ezra unravel the mystery of their disappearance while still helping the rebels fight the Empire? The stakes are higher than ever as Imperial Agent Kallus and the fearsome Inquisitor join forces to stop the rebels. With such dangerous enemies, the team is in for the fight of their lives!
Ezra and the Pilot is a World of Reading Level 2 young readers book in the Star Wars Rebels series that was released on August 5, 2014. The story was adapted by Lucasfilm senior editor Jennifer Heddle based on the script for the Star Wars Rebels prequel short "Property of Ezra Bridger," written by series executive producer Simon Kinberg.