Star Wars Coloring & Activity Books By Dalmatian Press
Posted By Chris on February 7, 2013
Rebelscum.com and Dalmatian Press are proud to present, for the first time ever, the complete nine year history of Star Wars Coloring and Activity books in one complete list. Many readers are familiar with the Jedi Journals online database maintained by our very own 'Jovial' Jay Shepard. For those that aren't, it's a one stop shop for researching and perusing the history of Star Wars literature. This special update includes new product in the Coloring section and the Activity section. Because of this new friendship, we will also be able to tell you when new books are coming, what they look like and where you can find them. Often times, they are exclusive to specific retailers making it even more difficult to track down.
So...who is Dalmatian Press?
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a children’s book publisher joined in a great adventure...
In 2004, Dalmatian Press combined forces with Lucasfilm Ltd. to begin publishing books to color that allied themselves with the premiere of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith.
Then, moving backward in time, but forward into the Expanded Universe, DP published books to color that helped tell the story of Star Wars: The Clone Wars in support of the feature film and the Cartoon Network television series that followed — and continues on with new and exciting stories of the Jedi, and their friends and foes.
Since then, DP has published many different formats of books, from Sticker Books to Color to Giant Shaped Pads with Crayons, and even 3D Books to Color — set at different times in the saga from Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope and beyond.
Each book helps tell the exciting story that is STAR WARS.
Dalmatian Press is ready to jump to lightspeed with the next episode in the saga.
Look for more Dalmatian Press books that dynamically share the adventure of STAR WARS, and may your imagination be a force that is with you, always...
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