by Liz Lee Heinecke and Cole Horton
Non-Fiction List 2018-19
So far we have received 2 reviews of Star Wars Maker Lab.
You can read them below. Why not add your own review?
Leon from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
I really liked this book, I thought it was really good if you like art and crafts. Some of the things are a bit tricky to make, I didn't like the Mechanical Arm because I thought it was quite boring. I really like the Snow Globe and I was inspired to try to make it. The pictures and instructions are in steps and they are really clear and easy to follow, however you probably won't have most of the equipment lying around your house so get ready for a trip to the shops! I especially enjoyed this book because I am interested in art and I like Star Wars. Some of the items are more difficult to make than others and this is indicated on each page with a little symbol. I think the author has tried to include something for everyone. Do you like arts and crafts? If so you will love this book and you can change the theme if you want, for example: some of the planets in Star Wars are snow covered so you can swap to Christmas themed, so don't worry if you are not a Star Wars fan.
Toby from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
THE STARS WARS MAKER LAB This book is interesting and fun - itâ?™s brilliant if you like Star Wars, art or science. I enjoyed it so much that I asked for it for Christmas (and got it)! I think itâ?™s best creations are; Lightsaber Jewell, Mustafar Volcano and Galactic Planets. I would like to thank the author for putting so much effort into explaining how the experiments work. Iâ?™m looking forward to creating these creations. I think many other readers already enjoy this book and future readers will also enjoy it. I would definitely recommend the Star Wars Maker Lab and rate it 10/10. Do you think youâ?™ll be reading it next? Wishing you good luck reading and may the force be with you! ðŸ~Š