Star Wars Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game
ISBN: 084313271X
EAN13: 9780843132717
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 4, 2008
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.1" H x 8.2" L x 5.1" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
Select Format Format: Paperback Select Conditions Condition: Good


Format: Paperback

Condition: Good

List Price: $6.9
Save: $2.92 (42%)
6 Available
Add 4 More to Qualify
Buy 3, Get 1 Free
All Books Under $5

Select Conditions
  • Good $3.98 Star Wars Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game
  • Like New $4.88 Star Wars Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game
  • New $6.90 Star Wars Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game

Frequently Asked Questions About Star Wars Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game

Book Reviews (11)

  |   11  reviews
Did you read Star Wars Mad Libs: World's Greatest Word Game? Please provide your feedback and rating to help other readers.
Write Review
   Great for road trips and restaurants
Before our last family vacation, I purchased 2 of the Mad Libs books to entertain my kids and keep them busy while waiting to get to the next rest stop or dinner at our table. This was the obvious choice since my family likes the Star Wars movies. There's a little something from each movie and many of the puzzles tell a story from a different point of view. It's good for younger children if you have a few puzzles that are mostly nouns and adjectives. A few puzzles ask for numbers or funny words, so a young child could play. Our family enjoyed playing and laughing together, and my boys preferred Mad Libs to Angry Birds. The other diners at Denny's might have wondered what was funny. The family is having a great time.
   Do You Like to Hear Your Kid Laugh?
My 56-year-old is pretty good with words, and his kindergarten has done a good job of teaching basic parts of speech. I had to teach him to use words that weren't related to Star Wars for maximum humor. Now that he's figured it out, he just howls with laughter and asks me to read it to him over and over, or he'll sit and read it to himself and just burst into laughter. I can't imagine why anyone wouldn't want this if your child likes Star Wars and can get the language part.
   Not that funny
These aren't that funny because of the presence of our toddler. It was a kind of disappointment.
   OH. MY. WORD.
I could've gotten my granddaughter the best gift. She had fun! The parts of speech listed at the beginning of the book was a big help to us. She had a lot of fun telling stories about her favorite characters. I used to enjoy them.
   Great for Star Wars lover
My friend is a Star Wars fan. It is fun to play, inexpensive, and unusual, and she liked it. I read reviews myself and appreciate how helpful they can be, so I write honest reviews to help others. I wish that my review helped you.
   Favorite childhood game
Madlibs is one of the games my boys got for Christmas. Their phones and technology weren't in front of their faces. Family night is back, y'all! It's!
   Funny and Educational
These were good. I used them to connect with my kids while I was away. My kids know how to speak. The stories made my kids and I laugh out loud.
We had a long drive with our twin 7 year old boys and these were hilarious. It was never ending fun. What's better than a movie? There are people who think that Star Wars is Mad Libs.
   Great stocking stuffer!
My husband loves Star Wars and I bought them for him. He and his friends pass time on lunch break. They get quite a few laughs when they love them.
   Good gift
I gave this as a gift to my brother in law and we had a lot of fun with it. It's good for Star Wars fans.