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Operation: Huttlet

October 7, 2010

This book is similar in many ways to my last entry, “The Search for Grubba the Hutt.” They’re both short books targeted at kids featuring a story that involves a kidnapped young relative of Jabba (Rotta his son in this case, and Grubba his nephew in the other). They’re similar in physical thickness, but this book is even shorter at 48 pages with copious illustrations taken directly from the Clone Wars movie.

But while “The Search for Grubba the Hutt” was a quirky combination choose-your-own-adventure and simple role playing game, this book is basically just a simple novelization of the movie. Actually, it reads more like a summary in many places. It’s basically a more advanced version of “Watch Out For Jabba the Hutt” (which was for beginning readers and really just introduced the characters). This book does lay out the main story of the movie. But the Clone Wars movie wasn’t really the most compelling film I’ve ever seen, so you can imagine how exiting it is to read this book.

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