Reddit reviews: The best children film books

We found 184 Reddit comments discussing the best children film books. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 42 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Children's Film Books:

u/curlycue · 6 pointsr/LosAngeles

Aight girl-

Foreign Cuisine-
How to Eataly - Oscar Farinetti - We made the most AMAZING brisket meatballs and a super simple yet completely delicious red sauce out of this book
Around My French Table - Dorie Greenspan - Where the Cornish hens and gougeres came from.
Real Korean Cooking - Maangchi - Korean Fried Chicken. We've made them twice now because they're so good and can't wait to do more.
Mexican Everyday - Rick Bayless - Learned how to make perfect guac from this book and so far we've made these v tasty chorizo/mushroom/potato tacos. The recipe is SO cheap and SO voluminous that we had it as a taco filling, a quesadilla filling, and we're making a hash with it for brunch this morning.
Every Grain of Rice - Fuchsia Dunlop - We haven't tried anything out of here yet but there are sooooo many good-looking recipes in here.
Entice with Spice - Shubhra Ramineni - Likewise, haven't made anything out of here yet but looking forward to trying it all out soon.
Jack's Wife Freda - Dean & Maya Jankelowitz - This is actually a book from a restaurant that my fiance and I LOVED when we last visited NYC. It's got a lot of fusion recipes. Mediterranean/Israeli/South African/etc. Really unique flavors and also v comfort-food based. We're making rosewater waffles out of this book tomorrow!

Rose's Baking Basics - Rose Levy Barenbaum - This book is incredible. She has tons and tons of step-by-step photos which is SUPER helpful. We made the dark chocolate caramel tart out of this book, but pretty much everything in here looks amazing.
Modern Baking - Donna Hay - I mean... There is some INSANELY decadent looking stuff in here. We haven't tried any of these recipes yet but I can't wait to!

Cook Like a Pro - Ina Garten - It was really hard to pick just one Ina book but I liked most of the recipes in this one. She has this ridic recipe for a dijon mustard chicken that is INCREDIBLE. Also, this bitch knows how to cook some veggies. Big fan of this one.
The Food Lab - /u/j_kenji_lopez-alt - I just love this guy, tbh. We've made a really fantastic beef tenderloin out of this book and an incredible red wine sauce to go with it and of course, his famous roasted potatoes which are now my holy grail recipe for roasted potatoes. This book is like a science textbook only instead of boring stuff it's FOOD science, which is my favorite kind.

Those were all the ones we purchased ourselves (though technically Eataly was a gift BUT we love it and plan to use it often.) We have other cookbooks in our stable that we've received as gifts, which is what resulted in my fiance and I deciding we wanted to embark on this journey. We kept being given cookbooks and never doing anything with them. But man, do people love it when you send them pics of stuff you cooked out of a book they gave you. If people give you cookbooks, use them!! It will make their day to see it's being used. Here's what else is on our cookbook shelf-

The Forest Feast Gatherings - Erin Gleeson - This is a vegetarian book my fiance's mom gave us a few years ago for Christmas. We have a bunch of veggie friends (and friends with a lot of different allergies) so we turn to this book to have a few things that are edible by all of them when we have them over, as we often do. This book has a really delicious salad that has pomegranate seeds, pear, and hazelnut that is out of this world good. I also got my HG salad dressing from this book.
The Salad Bowl - Nicola Graimes - Another gift from my fiance's mom. Is she trying to tell us something?? Honestly haven't looked much into this book yet but it sure is pretty.
The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook - Dinah Bucholz - This was a gift from the assistant in my office. Everyone in my office knows me as the Harry Potter girl because I have a lightning bolt tattoo, haha. We haven't made anything out of this yet, but we probably will have some sort of epic feast with recipes from this book when GoT starts back up later this year.
Talk About Good - Louisiana Lafayette Junior League - My boss gave this to my fiance and I as part of an engagement gift. My fiance went to school in New Orleans. It's primarily New Orleansian/Cajun food. Haven't made anything out of it yet, but we are looking forward to it.

And that's what's on our cookbook shelf for now.

edit also omg thanks for the gold!! <3

u/Freyja_Dragon · 4 pointsr/harrypotter

Hi Pendred!

Your idea is quite thoughtful, and man are there alot of elements to your plan!

While reading your post I wondered if this might work for the scavenger hunt:

Have seven professors write the letters for the hunt. (Dumbledore, McGonagal, Snape, Flitwick, Sprout, Firenze, and Lupin. There;s other professors that would work too, but these are just my personal top seven.)

Maybe have each item being found for each letter, be one of the Horcruxes. You could get a cool old gold thing for the Hufflepuff, a wicked ring, a diadem that your lady could actually wear, a black diary, etc. (Goodwill & other thrift stores are your friend,)

Personally, as a fan of the series since childhood, I always wanted to go on a horcrux hunting quest. That might be a fun thing for your lady too!

SNACKS! Great idea. There is an unofficial Harry Potter Cook Book to help you with that. Homemade butter bear is amazing!

Also what do you think about the theme park in Orlando?
Many Potter fans are dying to visit there, who knows maybe it would be a cool place to go?

Oh and I have one last idea. Based on the list you made, I see a format that might fit your event.

  1. Scavenger hunt
  2. Wizarding World Dinner!
  3. Super Awesome Proposal Time.

    Good luck with your planning!
    I took interest in your post, because its can be fun to plan such nerdy, personal surprises for your loved one. For example, I recently did a Mars/Constellations space theme thing for my boyfriend. Totally worth the effort! ^_^

u/acrimonia · 2 pointsr/pics

Yeah man, these crappy movie posters definitely make me not want to see those movies.

I had a similar experience with books. Judging these books by their cover you can definitely tell which book is good or not.
For example, check out this crappy book.
Just a green page with white font. Not even a cool green like army green, but like an 80's neon green. I cant imagine anyone who isn't absolutely in love with ugly neon green to like this book. Good thing i didn't waste my time.

And this book!
I see where they're going with the minimalistic two flower thing, but I don't like it. Am I supposed to believe this book is about flowers? haha, I guess its not the covers fault, I don't want to read books about flowers.

But then again there's this book.
How lazy were the cover artists? The title of the book is not even on the front cover!! I had to read the spine of the book to be able to know what I'm reading. The cover art is nothing but leather and gold lining in diamond shapes. Wow.

You can definitely tell the quality of the book by judging its cover.
I mean check out this badboy. You can tell this book is gonna be a thrillride because not only is the man on the cover holding a gun, but he has a mustache too!! Not to mention the badass in the back with the katana, and the hot chick to the right. I had to order this book right away so I can get busy reading it!

This book also has an amazing cover. I mean the authors name is splattered three times across the cover! This is so you know who wrote it, and that hes three times cooler than you could ever be. Gotta check this book out next, right?

And finally this book, which is IMHO the best book cover around. If the book is only about half as good as the cover, it should be the read of year! maybe even the century!!! I love how the dark characters blend in with the dark background, and we can see the moon in the clouds. How mystical.

Yes, judging books by their covers has only served me well, and I am glad you are doing the same with movies.

*Edited for spelling.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/books

I don't think this series was meant to pose ethical dilemmas or vast political intrigues. It's a pretty light-hearted kids' book that involves some extremely cool machines/beasties- seriously, the art alone made me want to buy it (I'm the sort of guy who buys star wars ship schematics books). The lack of truly epic battles might be kinda disappointing, but it makes sense since neither of the main chars is really a fighter. The leviathan's original goal was a diplomatic mission to istanbul, then a diplomatic mission to japan, then a diplomatic mission to ny. For me, the battle for the tesla cannon in istanbul/sinking of the breslau and goeben and the siege of goliath filled the epic fighting quota.

When all is said and done, it's still a troperiffic and pretty simple love story set in an cool (illustrated :) world. There's good character development, the machines/beasties are fun to look at/read about, and bovril simply rocks. Did I mention the art is also pretty good?

u/sammy0415 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

When I first saw Accepted, I couldn't stop laughing at: Ask me about my wiener ! I still laugh at it now tbh... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

What's the one memory that makes you smile everytime you think about it?

And I think you would enjoy this, being a fellow Harry Potter fan :) I skimmed through it in Barnes and Noble once and decided I needed to get it one day The recipes inside look pretty interesting :O I think you would like it :)

u/JediPaxis · 2 pointsr/StarWars

If you are looking for something comprehensive send her a link to Wookieepedia instead. It's far more complete than any printed encyclopedia, contains both canon and Legends information and it's constantly being updated when new things are released. It's a lore geek's best friend.

As far as the gift goes, you could still get her that Visual Encyclopedia because it's got lots of really nice pictures. Alternatively, Ultimate Star Wars, The Complete Visual Dictionary, The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary, Rogue One Visual Dictionary and the Character Encyclopedia are all good books that have a lot of great info in them. You could also go with the Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, although it's no longer complete and much of the information is no longer canon.

Whatever you pick, make sure it's from the heart and I'm sure she'll like it.

u/Aerys1 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You need thiscookbook Because cooking is always fun and this is just more fun!

You also need this candle Because lilacs are awesome and you like candles :D

Stamp plates for pretty nails!

Ty for the contest :)

u/nyteryder79 · 7 pointsr/starwarsspeculation

Here are some other reasons which explain more about Rey's talents and abilities:

From "Star Wars: The Force Awakens, "Star Wars The Force Awakens: Before the Awakening" and "Star Wars: Force Awakens Incredible Cross Sections"

  • (Summary of Rey's chapter in "Before the Force"): Rey has friends on Jakku. She fixed a downed freighter and made it flyable. She even repaired/replaced it's hyperdrive and it worked. Her friends decide to steal it from her and use it to escape Jakku when they find out that Rey didn't want to leave because of her hopes of her family returning. Instead she wanted to sell it to Unkar for a lot of portions (she imagines hundreds of portions or more). Her friends end up taking the ship and leaving without her.

  • Her speeder is capable of low-altitude flight and can even do barrel-rolls. So Rey does have some real flight experience from this. However, she has never flown "off-planet". As posted in a different thread by /u/twinspiritradio:

    • In the cross-section of her speeder, it says that when it's not carrying salvage, it can gain incredible speeds and perform such moves like barrel rolls.

  • She also finds data chips which contain a flight simulator. She is so driven to master flight that she pushes herself and pushes herself. Starting out, she couldn't even take off without crashing. Through crazy determination and time there's nothing the flight simulator can't throw at her that she cannot do.

  • She has been on-board the Millennium Falcon before. She used to sneak onto not only the Millennium Falcon, but all of Unkar's other ships he had docked and did this frequently. Who knows what she did on it, but it explains how she is so familiar with the Millennium Falcon and knows how to repair it.

  • Rey has been stranded on Jakku for quite some time and has to scavenge as a means to eat. She scavenges for parts from downed Imperial wreckage. In doing so, she develops her technological know-how. To be able to know what will get her more "portions" she needed to know what was valuable. In order to learn how to get these parts, she had to learn how to properly remove them and where they were and possibly what they were used for. This is how she is so mechanically inclined, especially with Imperial/First Order technology.

  • Rey knows how to defend herself because she's had to to survive on her own for so long. It's even demonstrated in the film and even blows Finn's mind when he sees it. So her skills with a lightsaber can easily be taken from this.

    What does all of this tell you?

  • Just because she knows how to fly something doesn't make her the child of Han or Luke.

  • Just because she is familiar with the Millennium Falcon doesn't mean she is Han's daughter.

  • Just because she knows how to fix things and understands technology, doesn't make her a clone/descendant of Anakin.

  • Just because she knows how to defend herself, doesn't mean she was ever trained as a Jedi/Padawan.

    What does it not tell you?

  • Where her Force abilities come from or how she is able to understand and use it.

    Personal observations

  • To me, all of this is more evidence that she is more likely a descendant of Obi-Wan than of a Skywalker/Solo. Why? Well, it shows that she is highly intelligent, focused, determined and patient. This doesn't describe a Skywalker or a Solo in the slightest. We know all too well how impatient and unfocused Anakin and Luke were. None of those things describe Han Solo at all either. Who does it describe? Obi-Wan Kenobi.

  • You might say, well, Obi-Wan didn't like to fly. My response? Who cares what Obi-Wan did/didn't like? Vader chose the Dark Side, Luke didn't. Right there is a simple example of how a person can differ from their ancestors.

    Additional details

  • Also from /u/kremshawthethird, which is from "Rey's Survival Guide": https://i.imgur.com/UN7c2gw.jpg It shows how the rebel helmet she has and the rebel forces "doll" have nothing to do with Luke Skywalker. It could however, show why she calls herself "Rey".

  • And from /u/jlsm511's post on /r/starwarsleaks: http://imgur.com/a/1BVvH
    This sample from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary": discusses the helmet and doll briefly as well.

    Edit: Added links to sources.*
u/indikins · 1 pointr/SantasLittleHelpers

This so so generous of you! I’d like to enter my mom for the book. She would love a book folded with a tree design. Today my kid put my makeup on and then tried to eat it. That was the highlight(lol) of my morning. It’s left a pink spot on his forehead and mouth from the lipstick he found. LOL I wish I had gotten a pic.

This is the thing Ive wanted for awhile now. I want to make everything in it! Spoil me!

u/astralrayn · 1 pointr/StarWars

I definitely like Kylo more than Rey. I'm super HAPPY with the entire cast including Rey. But my heart has always been with the bad guys. I knew I was going to love Kylo the most the moment I saw him. In fact the moment I saw him I looked at my boyfriend and said "You're costuming that." like he didn't have an option, I'm making him a Kylo and he's going to be mine and that's that!

But I LOVE the point you brought up that this movie really makes you sympathize with the bad guys and I loved that. You feel for Finn who is freaked out by the power and cruelty of the first order and you actually feel for Kylo who is struggling between light and dark. Watching the promos and getting hyped, I never imagined I would feel for Kylo. I assumed I'd sit there and think he was amazing but I didn't think I'd connect with him, it was actually kind of nice! I'm circle jerking, I know, I can't help it.

Here's a list of shit you need to pick up:

The visual dictionary

The Art of Star Wars the Force Awakens

And you mentioned having a book with layouts of the death star and such so you may like Incredible Cross Sections.

And from what EVERYONE I know has been telling me, The Force Awakens novelization is a must read if you want juicy little details that weren't made crystal clear in the movie!

Also, if you are not reading the comics. STOP. RIGHT. NOW. AND. READ. THEM!!

In order of priority:

Darth Vader

Star Wars

Princess Leia

Shattered Empire

And read Kanan if you're a Rebels fan. I HAVE the comic I just haven't read that one yet!

But no seriously that Darth Vader comic. The stuff that happens. UGH. NERDGASM. After reading them and re-watching the movies in preparation for TFA I fell in love with the originals all over again. It was like that fresh awesome new love I had for them the first time! So good!

u/moxiousmissy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think that this would make you smile. It has many uses: tardis ice, chocolate, baking?

I am going out on a limb with this one, I figured most Sci-Fi buffs like Star Wars (I know I do) and who wouldn't love to make origami yoda or R2D2?!

Anything from this list or this one. Gift cards are cool, I'd like to be able to gift more :)

u/Sublyminality · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hard copy book I need this book to keep the potterhead in me happy and give me new treats to bake!

E-book. I need this book so I can read it before the movie comes out in a couple weeks!

If I were a book, I hope that I'd be a great one!

u/EvilOttoJr · 1 pointr/GODZILLA

Will this be anything like the Official Godzilla Compendium? http://www.amazon.com/The-Official-Godzilla-Compendium-Retrospective/dp/0679888225

I sure hope so, because that was an awesome book to have. Based on current prices, I think that book is a collectors item now.

u/pr0n-clerk · 11 pointsr/StarWars

I got this for Christmas and immediately starting tearing into it. These facts are just a small amount of the neat things you can find in it. I highly encourage you to buy it. Mine came from Amazon.

I read a review of the new movie where they said they didn't need the new movie to be good, but that they just wanted it to exist. The movie would introduce so many new devices, locations, creatures, and more. It being good would just be the cherry on top. This book is an example of all the extra goodies we are getting by this movie just existing.

u/Kalranya · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

The Rebel Files gives a length of 150m from the CR90, and the Encyclopedia of Starfighters and Other Vehicles gives a length of 315m for the Sphyrna. Both sources are less than a year old.

I agree that the stated length of the Sphyrna is inconsistent with its on-screen appearances, but that's the only number we have. Feel free to provide better information, if you have a source.

u/Quagmire33 · 2 pointsr/Disneyland

We bought this one for our last trip and it was great:

Junior Encyclopedia of Animated Characters https://www.amazon.com/dp/1423189140/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_kklYBb2N44H7X

We got a lot of compliments from the characters on the book and it gave the kids something to read while waiting in line. I think it’s better than signing a blank page. And for the characters that aren’t in the book, we just had them sign the inside cover.

u/rixie · 1 pointr/secretsanta

I really enjoyed the food-talk in the Harry Potter books - which apparently there is an "unofficial" cookbook that I did not know about until this thread piqued my curiosity.

The Hunger Games also had some good food talk (lamb and plum stew, yum). And wouldn't you know: Hunger Games cookbook.

I guess I'd just never thought of the idea of a book-based cookbook before. But it looks like other folks have :-)

u/buttsbuttsbutt · 8 pointsr/harrypotter

Here ya go:


If you make Butterbeer, avoid the complicated recipes that are floating around out there. The best tasting homemade Butterbeer IMO is just Smucker's Butterscotch syrup(in the squeeze bottle, not the jar) mixed into your favorite cream soda. Stir in butterscotch until the cream soda gets cloudy and changes color. More than that and it's too sweet and too butterscotchy.

u/potterarchy · 4 pointsr/harrypotter

You may enjoy this. ;)

Or this! Or this, or this, or this! :)

u/Cdogger715 · 2 pointsr/harrypotter

There is actually someone who makes cookbooks for the Wizarding World. I just bought one and have loved every recipe I've made from it so far.

Harry Potter: https://www.amazon.com/Unofficial-Harry-Potter-Cookbook-Knickerbocker/dp/1440503257

Fantastic Beasts: https://www.amazon.com/Unofficial-Harry-Potter-Cookbook-Presents-ebook/dp/B01N3NZVEE

u/NJBilbo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

uh huh :) <3

Last year for the fiftieth they grabbed a YA author for each of the 11 Doctors.

Neil Gaiman had Eleven, Patrick Ness for Five, Charlie Higson was Nine, etc.

It's awesome! This is the Colfer one <3

u/klay-stan · 2 pointsr/harrypotter

How old is she? What are her other interests? That might help people brainstorm a little bit. One of my favorite Harry Potter themed presents has been the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook, found here

u/Half-BloodPrincesss · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This cookbook because I've wanted it for ages and I would love to try out all of the recipes. It also works with my username :) (there are used versions that are below $10. I would prefer the one from either -Daily Deals- or wmboothsbookssf)

u/mysteryislandgyal25 · 2 pointsr/harrypotter

I actually found an unofficial HP cookbook when the challenge was going on (not intentionally), but obviously couldn't posted it then. It was in my Amazon recommended (almost like they knew...), so I downloaded a sample. I don't know how to post pics on this so I can't, but here's the link for anyone who wants to try out a few recipes.


u/Chance80 · 2 pointsr/StarWarsArmada

Here ya go I got it for my son for Christmas it's really good. Better than TFA one IMO.

u/Sgt_Meowmers · 23 pointsr/movies

This is from the Star Wars Complete Cross-Sections book which contains many many more of these across all the episodes. Great book I highly recommend it.

Link: http://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Complete-Cross-Sections-Spacecraft/dp/0756627044

Click the look inside to see some more if you're interested.

u/ladyfenring · 2 pointsr/harrypotter

It's only rated a 2.6 on Amazon, and it doesn't look like you get much. It looks like the unofficial cookbook could be better. Unless you specifically wanted to make candy, in which case I would just study up on chocolate making and buy candy molds that relate to the books (frogs, owls, etc).

u/faithnna · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I take my meat medium rare regardless of where I am.
I summon /u/Tokidokiloki. Hi! I'm Faith & we should be friends because Harry Potter.

Cookbooks count right?

No soup for you!

u/ugnaught77 · 0 pointsr/StarWarsLeaks

> Yeah, that one's pretty old.

It's so old it's coming out in the FUTURE

u/IAmADudette · 16 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Camera form her 'One day when I'm rich' list - cost 49.96

Make up brushes from her 'top priority' list - Cost 9.60.

Star wars oragami form 'creative' list - cost 8.96

Leaving roughly 6 for postage :)

u/Ohmstar · 1 pointr/comicbooks

If you want some blanks filled in, try the Force Awakens novelization. I haven't read it myself, but I've heard from a lot of people that there's some information in there that wasn't in the movie, as well as further developed character relationships.

I also suggest The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary. After seeing the movie the first couple of times, I had a ton of questions. This book answered a great deal of them.

It sucks that the comic isn't good. I wasn't expecting much, simply because it was a 4-issue mini-series. That seemed really short, so I basically expected them to speed through the plot, rather than adding to it.

I had really hoped that Disney would take this opportunity to really streamline the Star Wars universe, and keep everything consistent and in-continuity across the board. I'd hoped they'd put people in charge who really cared about the quality of the stories they were telling and the products they were releasing. But that hasn't really been the case. Between low quality releases and completely ignoring The Old Republic, I haven't been terribly happy with the new expanded universe.

u/m1k3y60659 · 1 pointr/ImaginaryTechnology

It's this one. I've had it for years and it's really amazing. Has almost all of the vehicles and spaceships from the movies.

u/l337chica · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Annnnd here we go again


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u/ronswanson97 · 2 pointsr/StarWars

I can still remember every little piece of obscure trivia from that book, like names, places, things. It was a huge piece of my childhood, and I still occasionally pick it up and read occasionally

Edit: this is the one. "Star Wars": the Complete Visual Dictionary https://www.amazon.com/dp/1405316012/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_eVu8ybFN8YGAV

u/Chubbstock · 2 pointsr/movies

YES! There were two of them, one with a black cover and this one.

here's the other

u/EdgarJomfru · 11 pointsr/StarWars

Its the visual dictionary, I just bought it a few hours ago at Barnes and Noble

heres an amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Awakens-Visual-Dictionary/dp/1465438165

u/katttaur · 1 pointr/starwarsspeculation

I don't own it but I do see Kylo's page is a preview page on Amazon:


(I can't zoom in enough to read well on my phone ATM)

u/LocalAmazonBot · 0 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here are some links for the product in the above comment for different countries:

Link: cookbooks like these

u/zombiiee · 4 pointsr/harrypotter

There is actually an unofficial Harry Potter cookbook out there. It is available in most book stores and on Amazon :-)

Harry Potter Recipes

u/hurrykane · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I'm thinking about buying like $300 dollars worth of coffee table books.

Initial picks are looking like -


top gear

star wars cross sections


u/GarikTheFaceLoran · 1 pointr/StarWars

The Rogue One: Ultimate Visual Guide gives the backstory to all the characters. I recommend you pick it up if you want to learn more.

u/lemonylimey · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I will watch trashy reality television and eat fruit pops!

[Because everyone wants to cook like a wizard] (http://www.amazon.com/dp/1440503257/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=3N80EYVV6IY72&coliid=IAXSG3TLWMAST)


u/Padawa · 1 pointr/StarWars

ok, so the Visial Dictonary (amazon-link: http://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Awakens-Visual-Dictionary/dp/1465438165/ref=sr_1_17?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1451500664&sr=1-17&keywords=star+wars+vii+in+books) is officially canon too, because it was released after A New Dawn? There is more background info on the movies characters.
What about the older Visiual Dictonaries?

u/martinibini · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


Help me believe?

u/Lew12391 · 2 pointsr/harrypotter

For more food ideas, The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook. Amazon allows you to look inside, so you could just write down your own copies of the recipes if you don't want to purchase the book. However, it is really inexpensive and would likely be worth the money.

u/AlycEzi · 0 pointsr/StarWars

Are you looking for novels or just books?

For novels I would say Aftermath

I also recommend The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary

u/sykilik101 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Junkyard dogs. And I would like this, to make with my girlfriend. :D

u/anonthing · 184 pointsr/StarWars

I pulled these images from the preview of the book on Amazon.

Hope this isn't a repost or anything. It has some interesting stuff, I'll probably order it soon.

EDIT I just found and made an album for the other book, Star Wars: The Force Awakens Incredible Cross-Sections.

Also on Amazon.

u/Hypnos317 · 1 pointr/StarWars

thanks, /u/Bonz77

I actually had already ordered this before I saw your reply


but it appears your link has a few more vehicles added and not a big deal but 5 bucks cheaper. looking forward to this, big thanks

u/her_nibs · 4 pointsr/whatsthisworth

This listing for it sold for US $16.24, and it's listed on amazon.com for $29.99, for what that's worth for your calculations on how to price it.

u/swingingwake · 2 pointsr/StarWarsLeaks

Yes, but for some reason they didn't call it a visual dictionary this time, and instead "The Official Guide."


u/SeductivePillowcase · 5 pointsr/PrequelMemes

Star Wars Origami: 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away.... https://www.amazon.com/dp/0761169431/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_j6gBCb735BEBM

This one?

u/SGMidence · 2 pointsr/pics

I remember reading in The Official Godzilla Compendium that wearing the suit was actually pretty dangerous, as it was quite heavy and unventilated and the performer had to wear it for hours at a time. There were many incidents of fainting, as I recall.

u/Captain_Frylock · 1 pointr/StarWarsLeaks

Amazon's book listing has five full-page spreads to get you started.

u/Mamac81 · 2 pointsr/Disneyland

Carry your own pen! Also we use this: Junior Encyclopedia of Animated Characters https://www.amazon.com/dp/1423189140/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Iw1ACbJE6MHPE

It doesn’t have all the characters but we worked around that. Elena signed a blank page in the back and Rafiki signed next to his picture on Mufasa’s page. Dale drew a mustache on Chip’s face.

u/AgentsOfSatan · 10 pointsr/StarWars

DK published several of these type of books. I plan on buying them for my nephew when he's a bit older and less of a drooler.

Here's this to get you started.

u/vagrantwade · 14 pointsr/StarWarsLeaks

He is on the Lucalsfilm story group and authored the Visual Dictionary for the film...


If anyone gets to pontificate it should be him.

u/mcraig218 · 1 pointr/origami

I believe this is the book you're referring to, but I found the tutorial here:)

u/shakinbabies · 3 pointsr/StarWars

This is from Star Wars: The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary being sold on amazon if anyone is interested https://www.amazon.com/dp/1465438165/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_CNvEwbH4B27ZG

u/Kryptonian1138 · 52 pointsr/StarWars

There was no Complete Star Wars dictionary in 2016. There was one in 2006. I'm pretty sure this is referencing the EU. https://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Dictionary-Characters-Creatures/dp/0756622387

u/DaxMizerson · 10 pointsr/Eve

I'd pay some real bucks for a "cutaway"/cross section art book detailing designs of all the EVE ships.

Something along the lines of this: http://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Complete-Cross-Sections-Spacecraft/dp/0756627044

u/crashbundicoot · 6 pointsr/videos

The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook: From Cauldron Cakes to Knickerbocker Glory--More Than 150 Magical Recipes for Wizards and Non-Wizards Alike (Unofficial Cookbook) https://www.amazon.in/dp/1440503257/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_5N8cAbJ9J1PAD

This exists in case you didn't know :)

u/Matronix · 0 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I say this for you and nothing for me. :)

u/soates · 1 pointr/StarWars

I would say DK books, like this or this. They are informative and have cool facts, but aren't super in-depth like the Complete Encyclopedia.

u/RyvalHEX · 1 pointr/StarWars

This one is definitely it, I own it and it's in the theme of all the other official Star Wars visual dictonaries.

u/scotterrific · 1 pointr/StarWars

Amazon link for those that want it: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary https://www.amazon.com/dp/1465438165/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_z8bEwb2E3GYCY

u/jimbo7771 · 18 pointsr/movies

This is all you need!

(For the lazy, this is the more complete version. 32 pages vs 152 pages. Your choice)

u/Drafonni · -1 pointsr/PrequelMemes

Overuse of nostalgia with the plot jumping around without much happening are definite weaknesses with the first half of the movie. How bad it really is is largely depending on preference.

In my opinion, the problem with the movie is that it didn’t commit to being a darker movie. You can see into how the story could’ve played out in The Art of Rogue One and The Ultimate Visual Guide.

u/Ser_Duck_The_Stout · 3 pointsr/starwarsbooks

If you're more into world-building than story, I think you'd really enjoy some of the reference books. I'm especially thinking of the visual dictionaries which expand on the characters, planets, and tech from the movies. There's also the Galactic Maps and Complete Locations books too, which really are world building books.

The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary

Rogue One Visual Dictionary

The Last Jedi Visual Dictionary

Star Wars Galactic Maps

Star Wars Complete Locations

u/BigDuse · 5 pointsr/StarWars

They actually released two complete collections all the books. One for the vehicles, and another for the the locations. There was also a later one for the Clone Wars TV show.

u/EngineerBabe · 1 pointr/harrypotter

You could go pick up a Harry Potter Cookbook and work through some recipes there or else you could make some traditional English dishes such as Bangers and Mash or Fish and Chips!


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u/stumpyjon · 1 pointr/WaltDisneyWorld

My kids used this book for their autograph book. It has most of the classic animated characters, but unfortunately no live actors such as Mary Poppins. We just had them sign the blank pages.

u/cyborgcommando0 · 294 pointsr/StarWars

There were 5 books released yesterday.

Books Released 12/18:

  1. Before the Awakening - Amazon, Google Play
  2. The Force Awakens Novelization - Amazon, Google Play
  3. Force Awakens, The: Incredible Cross-Sections - Amazon
  4. Force Awakens, The: Visual Dictionary - Amazon
  5. Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Amazon

    If you want to catch up on the new Star Wars Canon check out my video explaining the new canon.
u/Tiggity-T · 1 pointr/movies

One of the main points of confusion for me was the planets they blew up. Hux waxes on about destroying the New Republic and then proceeds to obliterate a handful of planets that seem to be political seat of power for it. Having seen the previous movies you would think that mean they blew away Coruscant which was where the Galatic Senate was located and had been for a millennium. If that was the case, i was surprised that it seems to generate little reaction.

But that wasn't the case. The blew up a planet called Hosnian Prime because the New Republic rotated the location on the new Galactic Sentate based on elections.

You wouldn't know this unless you bought Star Wars: The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary or were bugged enough like me to Google it until I found some answers.