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Star Wars is a long-running Space Opera mega-franchise. Originally created in 1977 by George Lucas, produced by Lucasfilm and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox, it is currently owned by Disney since the acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney in 2012, with Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy serving as a producer for all films released under the Disney banner.

The franchise takes place in an ancient, faraway galaxy: a Science Fantasy universe where robots and starships exist alongside mystical sages who draw their powers from a mysterious life-energy known as "the Force". While the franchise's full timeline spans thousands of years of history, the majority of the stories within it are focused on two main conflicts: first is the rise and fall of the tyrannical Galactic Empire, from their origins as a noble Republic to their battle against a galaxy-spanning Rebel Alliance.

Second is the spiritual battle between the "Light" and "Dark" sides of the Force, represented by the noble Warrior Monks of the Jedi Order and the Evil Sorcerers of the Sith Order. This conflict is mainly explored through the tribulations of the legendary Skywalker bloodline and their generations-long struggle against the Sith Lord Darth Sidious; their adventures make up the series' central "trilogy of trilogies" known as the Skywalker Saga.

Since its inception, Star Wars has grown into one of the most well-known franchises in pop-culture history (to wit, it is the most cited franchise on this very site). Though many tropes did not originate with Star Wars, it has popularized dozens of them, to the point numerous modern Space Opera and Science Fiction works wouldn't look the same without it and contain homages to the franchise. This site also has made the franchise a Trope Namer for fifty odd tropes, listed here.

The Expanded Universe was always immense, encompassing everything from the silver screen to animation, video games, books, comics, and much more. The internal consistency of this was handled at a high level, with various canon tiers depending relative to the works developed personally by Lucas. Following the Disney acquisition, Lucasfilm initiated a Continuity Reboot of the franchise on April 25, 2014; the six films and Star Wars: The Clone Wars were catalogued and held as the basis of the official Star Wars continuity from then on while all of the other previous works here were declared non-canon and branded as Star Wars Legends. Unless otherwise stated, any works created since then are part of a singular continuity.

Due to the Anachronic Order nature of the franchise, a chronological order of the shows and movies can be found here.

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The Star Wars franchise includes thousands of works including and beyond the main films in the Skywalker Saga. See Star Wars Legends for works that exist within the Legends continuity.

    Skywalker Saga films 
The three trilogies, or "trilogy of trilogies", that make up the Skywalker Saga, which follows the eponymous Force-sensitive family as they and the people they meet change the course of the galaxy over many decades.
The Original TrilogyThe Prequel TrilogyThe Sequel Trilogy

    Spin-off films 
Films that are set outside of the main Skywalker Saga, which include anthologies and other upcoming projects.
A Star Wars Story anthology seriesOther films officially in development
  • Untitled film (December 19, 2025) note 
  • Untitled film (TBA) note 
  • Untitled film (TBA) note 
  • Star Wars: A Droid Story (TBA) note 

Projects in development
  • Untitled Rian Johnson trilogy (On Hold)note 
  • Untitled Taika Waititi film (TBA)note 

Cancelled projects
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi 'A Star Wars Story' film note 
  • Boba Fett 'A Star Wars Story' film note 
  • David Benioff and D.B. Weiss project note 
  • Rogue Squadron note 

    Television series 
Live-action TV series

Animated TV series

Animated micro-seriesGame shows
  • Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge (June 10, 2020 — present)note 
Cancelled projects
  • Rangers of the New Republic note 

    Video games 

Ongoing series
  • Star Wars (Marvel 2015) — the first canonical ongoing series to be published. The first 75 issues take place between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, shown from the perspective of several different members of the Rebel Alliance. Following this, the series was renumbered in 2020, this time focusing on the rebels during the interim between Empire and Return of the Jedi.
  • Darth Vader — takes place in the same timeframe as the 2015 Star Wars comic series, showing how Darth Vader rebounded from his defeat at the Battle of Yavin.
  • Kanan — features the backstory of one the lead protagonists of Rebels, explaining how the young Jedi was able to go into hiding following Order 66 and was eventually able to strike out as a rebel leader.
  • Poe Dameron — follows Poe Dameron and a squadron of Resistance pilots as they search for Lor San Tekka.
  • Doctor Aphra — spun off from the conclusion of the Darth Vader series; centered around Doctor Aphra going into hiding and attempting to return to her life of archaeology, while simultaneously dealing with her debts to Black Krrsantan and keeping her droids under control. The series was renumbered in 2020, and began following her adventures after the Battle of Hoth in Empire.
  • Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith — explores Darth Vader's adjustment in the early days of the Empire, transitioning from being a man to the cold & ruthless machine he becomes forever known for.
  • Star Wars Adventures — an all-ages anthology comic series, with stories taking place from before The Phantom Menace up to The Last Jedi
  • Darth Vader (2020) — takes place concurrently with the renumbered Star Wars comic, following Darth Vader after his battle with Luke Skywalker on Cloud City.
  • Bounty Hunters — follows Beilert Valance, Boba Fett, and Bossk after the events of The Empire Strikes Back.
  • The High Republic — a part of the Star Wars: The High Republic multimedia project.
  • The High Republic Adventures — a part of the Star Wars: The High Republic multimedia project.
Limited series and one-shots
  • Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir — a four-issue limited series based on an unused story arc of The Clone Wars. This holds the distinction of being the only canonical comic book to not be published by Marvel Comics.
  • Princess Leia — a five-issue limited series showing Leia Organa's attempt to find and unite all surviving Alderaan refugees following the destruction of the planet.
  • Lando — a five-issue limited series showing Lando Calrissian before he became Baron Administrator of Cloud City, in which he steals a starship that turns out to be Emperor Palpatine's personal yacht.
  • Shattered Empire — a prequel to the events of The Force Awakens, showcasing Poe Dameron's parents in the immediate after of the Battle of Endor.
  • Chewbacca — a five-issue limited series about Chewbacca getting temporarily stranded on a planet while on a mission for the Rebellion, finding himself getting mixed up in the local crisis.
  • Obi-Wan & Anakin — a five-issue limited series set between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones dealing with the early years of Anakin's training in the Jedi Order.
  • Star Wars Special: C-3PO — a oneshot story explaining how C-3PO got his red arm by The Force Awakens.
  • Han Solo — a five-issue limited series revolving around Han and Chewbacca on a mission for the Rebellion to investigate the murders of rebel informants, doing so by participating in the Dragon Void Race.
  • Darth Maul — a five-issue limited series set before The Phantom Menace showcasing a younger Darth Maul's descent into the dark side of the Force.
  • Cassian & K-2SO — a one-shot special of the Rogue One comic adaptation, featuring how Cassian met K-2SO.
  • Jedi of the Republic — a five-issue limited series revolving around Mace Windu during the Clone Wars.
  • Captain Phasma — a series taking place from the perspective of Captain Phasma at the end of The Force Awakens to the beginning of The Last Jedi.
  • Storms of Crait — a oneshot spin-off of the main comic series, about Leia and Luke as they come across Crait in their search for a new rebel base after the Battle of Yavin.
  • Forces of Destiny: Adventures — a five-issue Spin-Off series of the Adventures comics and the Forces of Destiny animated shorts.
  • DJ — a oneshot about a day in the life of DJ and his backstory, taking place before the events of The Last Jedi.
  • Lando: Double or Nothing — a five-issue limited series exploring what Lando and L3-37 were doing immediately prior to their appearance in Solo.
  • Beckett — a one-shot about Tobias Beckett's life as a scoundrel before meeting Han during the events of Solo.
  • Tales from Vader's Castle — a five-part Spin-Off from Star Wars Adventures about a series of horror stories set in the Star Wars universe.
  • Han Solo — Imperial Cadet — a five-issue limited series set during the three-year time skip in Solo, covering Han's time at the Imperial Flight Academy.
  • The Age of Star Wars maxi-series, consisting of three miniseries set in each of the eras of the Skywalker Saga trilogies:
    • Age of Republic — an eight-issue anthology series with each part focusing on a hero or villain from the Prequel Trilogy era.
    • Star Wars: Age of Rebellion — an eight-issue anthology series with each part focusing on a hero or villain from the Original Trilogy era.
    • Age of Resistance — an eight-issue anthology series with each part focusing on a hero or villain from the Sequel Trilogy era.
  • Vader -- Dark Visions — a five-issue series showing different perspectives about Darth Vader.
  • TIE Fighter — a mini-series that follows an elite TIE Fighter squadron known as Shadow Wing that is tasked to protect Imperial points of interest.
  • Galaxy's Edge — five issue series that ties in to the upcoming Galaxy's Edge theme park.
  • Target Vader — a six-issue series following bounty hunter Beilert Valance as he hunts Darth Vader.
  • Jedi: Fallen Order -- Dark Temple — a five-issue series set before the events of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
  • Return the Vader's Castle — a five-issue sequel series to Tales from Vader's Castle.
  • Allegiance — Leia looks to get help for the Resistance from the Mon Calamari.
  • The Rise of Kylo Ren — a six-issue limited series following the origins of Kylo Ren and his Knights of Ren.
  • Empire Ascendant — a one-shot Crossover Finale between the Star Wars, Darth Vader, Doctor Aphra, and Target Vader series.
  • Star Wars: The Legends of Luke Skywalker — a spinoff manga featuring Luke Skywalker, published in 2020.
Crossover stories

  • Ezra's Gamble — a prequel to the Rebels TV series starring Ezra Bridger and bounty hunter Bossk, who team up to find a wanted bounty on Lothal, and end up discovering a conspiracy regarding the local garrison.
  • A New Dawn — a prequel to the Rebels TV series showing how series protagonists Kanan Jarrus and Hera Syndulla met.
  • Servants of the Empire — focuses on the adventures of Rebels character Zare Leonis, as he goes undercover in the Imperial Academy to find out what had truly happened to his missing sister, Dhara.
  • Tarkin — featuring the character from A New Hope, battling a rebel cell, five years after the rise of the Empire.
  • Heir to the Jedi — takes place between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, told by Luke Skywalker in first-person.
  • Lords of the Sith — takes place between Revenge of the Sith and Rebels, detailing how Darth Vader and Darth Sidious take action when a rebellion on Ryloth threatens the newly-established Empire.
  • Dark Disciple — a novel starring Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos that is based on an unproduced story arc of The Clone Wars.
  • Lost Stars — follows two friends who find themselves on opposing sides over the course of various historical events; from the rise of the Empire to the Battle of Jakku.
  • The Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure — Set between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, the story finds Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, and R2-D2 stranded on a mysterious planet, and explores Luke’s first-ever duel with a lightsaber.
  • Smuggler's Run: A Han Solo Adventure — Han Solo and Chewbacca fly the Millennium Falcon on a top-secret mission for the Rebellion. Set between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Moving Target: A Princess Leia Adventure — Set between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, the story follows Princess Leia as she leads a ragtag group of rebels on a dangerous mission against the Empire.
  • The Aftermath Trilogy:
    • Aftermath — Takes place in the immediate aftermath of the Battle of Endor while the Rebels consolidate their gains and the Empire struggles to regroup.
    • Life Debt
    • Empire's End
  • Battlefront: Twilight Company — thematic tie-in to the first Battlefront game.
  • Before the Awakening — tells a story in the lives of Finn, Rey, and Poe Dameron each before their fateful encounters in the events of The Force Awakens
  • Adventures in Wild Space — a young readers' series. Milo and Lina Graf, the two children of frontier explorers, go on a journey through Wild Space to find their parents, who have been abducted by Imperial agents.
  • Bloodline — set six years before The Force Awakens, centered around Leia's political career in the New Republic before the emergence of the First Order and the founding of the Resistance.
  • Ahsoka — focuses on Ahsoka Tano in the early years of the Empire.
  • Catalyst — a prequel tie-in to Rogue One centered around the Erso family, Orson Krennic, and the early days of the Death Star project before the reign of the Empire.
  • Join the Resistance — A series about a ragtag group of new, young Resistance trooper recruits who think they're ready to take on the First Order, but things are not as they seem to be.
  • Thrawn — the origin story of Grand Admiral Thrawn and his early career with the Empire.
  • Guardians of the Whills — a middle-grade prequel tie-in to Rogue One following Chirrut Imwe and Baze Malbus after the Empire's takeover of Jedha and Saw Gerrera's arrival.
  • Rebel Rising — a young adult prequel tie-in to Rogue One centered around Jyn Erso during her days as a Partisan.
  • Inferno Squad — taking place after Rogue One, from the perspective of an Imperial infiltration squad sent to eliminate the remaining Partisans from the Galaxy once and for all. A tie-in and prequel to the storyline of Battlefront II.
  • Leia, Princess of Alderaan — focuses on the story of Leia Organa as she grows up as royalty under House Organa on Alderaan and subsequently becomes a young leader of the Rebellion.
  • Phasma — a novel telling the story of Captain Phasma before the events of The Force Awakens.
  • From a Certain Point of View — an anthology of forty stories from numerous viewpoints of characters present in A New Hope, each story written by a different writer/author in the Star Wars franchise.
  • The Legends of Luke Skywalker — a series of tales from people who claimed to have met Luke Skywalker.
  • Canto Bight — an anthology of four stories, each telling a tale of characters in Canto Bight.
  • Cobalt Squadron — Follows Rose, Paige, and other members of the Cobalt Squadron during their service to the Resistance.
  • Last Shot — a prequel to Solo while jumping to after Return of the Jedi, telling of an encounter Han had with a criminal.
  • The Mighty Chewbacca in the Forest of Fear! — a young reader's novel about Chewbacca.
  • Most Wanted — a prequel to Solo, showing Han and Qi'ra in their youth on Corellia.
  • Thrawn: Alliances — a sequel to Thrawn, where the Grand Admiral teams up with Darth Vader.
  • Queen's Shadow — covers the transition of Padmé Amidala's political career from queen to senator.
  • Master and Apprentice — focusing on Obi-Wan Kenobi's time as Qui Gon Jinn's apprentice.
  • Alphabet Squadron trilogy — Set after Return of the Jedi, several Rebel pilots flying different classes of starfighters team up to hunt down remaining Imperials after the Battle of Endor.
  • Thrawn: Treason — the third novel focusing on Thrawn. Thrawn comes to odds with Director Krennic and is forced to make an impossible choice between his loyalty to the Empire, or to his homeworld.
  • A Crash Of Fate — two friends go on the run from smugglers and pirates after meeting back together.
  • Myths & Fables — A series of myths and legends from across the galaxy.
  • Black Spire — Resistance spy Vi Moradi is sent to Batuu to gather allies for their cause.
  • Spark of the Resistance — After the events of The Last Jedi, Rey, Poe, and Rose answer a distress call from Minfar.
  • Resistance Reborn — set after the events of The Last Jedi, Poe, Leia, Rey, and Finn work to rebuild the Resistance.
  • Force Collector — A teenager searches about his connection with the Force.
  • Thrawn Ascendancy trilogy — Focusing on Thrawn during his time serving in the Chiss Ascendancy, before joining the Galactic Empire.
  • Queen's Peril — a prequel to Queen's Shadow about the beginning of Padmé Amidala's reign as Queen of Naboo.
  • Poe Dameron: Free Fall — A prequel following Poe Dameron's time with the Spice Runners of Kijimi.
  • Shadow of the Sith — An interquel between the original trilogy and the sequels, detailing Luke's investigating a possible Sith threat, and the fate of Rey's parents.
  • The High Republic — A series of books and other media chronicling the time period 200 years before the events of The Phantom Menace, an era of peace and prosperity for the Galactic Republic:
  • Queen's Hope — a sequel to Queen's Shadow set in the immediate afteramth of Attack of the Clones as Padmé adjusts to her role as a wartime senator and her secret marriage to Anakin.
  • Brotherhood — a novel set immediately after Queen's Hope which features Anakin's promotion to Jedi Knight and how he and Obi-Wan navigate the shift of their relationship away from master and apprentice to colleagues.
  • Padawan — a young adult novel set early in Obi-Wan's apprenticeship to Qui-Gon as he struggles with thoughts of staying with the Jedi Order after being exposed to a life outside the organization for the first time.
  • The Princess and the Scoundrel — a novel taking place immediately after Return of the Jedi which follows the marriage and honeymoon of Princess Leia and Han Solo.
  • Jedi: Battle Scars
  • Inquisitor: Rise of the Red Blade
  • The Living Force — an upcoming 2024 novel from John Jackson Miller, focusong on the Jedi Council a year before The Phantom Menace.

    Short stories 
  • Kindred Spirits — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 159 and a tie-in to Dark Disciple as a prequel, featuring Asajj Ventress having an encounter with the pirate Lassa Rhayme.
  • Orientation — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 157 that takes place in the middle of Lords of the Sith and features an Imperial officer attempting to assassinate the Emperor.
  • The Voice of the Empire — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 170 that ties into Catalyst and Rogue One as a prequel, taking place from the perspective of a disillusioned HoloNet news reporter during the second Empire Day.
  • Mercy Mission — a short story in the Rise of the Empire omnibus that features Hera Syndulla on one of her first missions as a rebel running supplies to her homeworld of Ryloth.
  • Bottleneck — a short story in the Rise of the Empire omnibus that features the first meeting between Grand Moff Tarkin and efficiency expert Count Vidian as they attempt to solve production issues at a vital Imperial factory.
  • TK-462 — a short story detailing the life of a Stormtrooper, from his childhood to his abrupt death.
  • The End of History — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 154 which follows a member of the Corellian Resistance on the run from the Empire who encounters a man with several Jedi artifacts.
  • Rebel Bluff — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 158 and a tie-in to Rebels Season 2 premiere "The Siege of Lothal" as a prequel, featuring Lando Calrissian on the planet Lothal pursuing a young woman who steals the pot of a sabacc game he and Vizago were playing.
  • One Thousand Levels Down — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 151 that takes place on Coruscant shortly after the destruction of Alderaan, following two refugees from the doomed planet in their attempts to escape persecution from the Empire.
  • Last Call at the Zero Angle — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 156 which focuses on a group of TIE fighter pilots drinking at the Zero Angle.
  • Inbrief — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 161 featuring Twilight Company during the battle of Allst Prime.
  • Blade Squadron — a two-part short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 149-150 which focus on a squadron of B-Wing pilots during the Battle of Endor and their attempt to destroy a Star Destroyer.
  • The Levers of Power — a short story in the Rise of the Empire omnibus that shows the Battle of Endor from the point of view of Admiral Rae Sloane.
  • Turning Point — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 169 set after Return of the Jedi as a tie-in to Life Debt, telling the tale of a tracker named Gorlan Seba, who lived peacefully on the fringes of the Galaxy until the Empire hired him to hunt down rebels.
  • Blade Squadron: Zero Hour — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 160. In the aftermath of the Battle of Endor, Blade Squadron rebuilds while struggling to deal with their own relationships with each other before the Battle of Malastare.
  • Blade Squadron: Kuat — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 168 and a tie-in to Life Debt. Blade Squadron leads an assault on Kuat Drive Yards.
  • Blade Squadron: Jakku — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 172 and a tie-in to Empire's End as a simultaneous episode. Takes place from Blade Squadron's perspective during the Battle of Jakku.
  • Scorched — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 165 and a tie-in to Bloodline as a prequel, exploring Greer Sonnel's past with Han before she joined the New Republic and became an ally of Leia's.
  • Bait — a short story in Star Wars Insider Magazine 162 that follows the big game hunter Grummgar during a hunt on the planet Ithor.
  • The Perfect Weapon — Bazine Netal is hired by an unknown employer to retrieve a mysterious package from a retired stormtrooper.

    Other literature 
Audio books
  • Dooku: Jedi Lost — an audiobook delving into the hidden past of Count Dooku.
  • Doctor Aphra — an audiobook retelling the events of archaeologist Doctor Aphra’s assignment with Darth Vader.
  • Tempest Runner — an audiobook set in The High Republic Phase I, focusing on the Nihil Tempest Runner Lourna Dee and delving into her past.
  • The Battle of Jedha

Reference books
  • Treated as in-universe material:
    • Propaganda: A History of Persuasive Art in the Galaxy — a worldbuilding guide that explores propaganda used in the conflicts seen up to The Force Awakens.
    • The Rebel Files — a series of rebel documents from throughout the Galactic Civil War, spanning from Rebels to Return of the Jedi, with footnotes written by members of the Resistance in the time leading up to The Force Awakens. The continuation of a 'Legends series of similar annotated documents that includes The Jedi Path, Book of Sith, The Bounty Hunter Code, and Imperial Handbook.
    • Scum and Villainy: Case Files of the Galaxy's Most Notorious — a selection of documents on various criminals in the galaxy collected by the Divo family over decades.
    • Smuggler's Guide — the next annotated document book following The Rebel Files.
  • Guides:
    • Star Wars Rebels: The Visual Guide — provides background details for the main characters and villains of Rebels.
      • The Visual Guide: Epic Battles — a Season 2 edition of the Rebels Visual Guide.
    • Star Wars in 100 Scenes — an illustrated overview of the six films, providing minor details and background info, along with naming many characters who had only been named in Legends.
    • Ultimate Star Wars — a guide based on the DK visual dictionaries.
    • Ships of the Galaxy — a visual guide dedicated to the many starships in the franchise.
    • Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know — a reference guide that highlights "anecdotal, quirky and obscure facts" about the franchise.
      • Updated and Expanded
    • Star Wars Character Encyclopedia: Updated and Expanded
    • Stormtroopers: Beyond the Armor

Pinball machines
Theme park attractions
  • Star Tours (1987-2010) — a motion simulator ride at Disneyland, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Paris where guests visit the titular intergalactic travel agency within the Star Wars universe. Set shortly after Return of the Jedi, guests board the Starspeeder 3000 piloted by rookie pilot droid "Captain Rex" (RX-24) on his first flight and go on a misadventure while en route to the Endor moon. The original version of the attraction was later refurbished into Star Tours: The Adventures Continue (2011-Present) which included many more scenarios and scenes referencing the entire franchise. The storyline for this version now has guests aboard the Starspeeder 1000 accidentally piloted by C-3PO transferring a rebel spy to a rendezvous point. Though the new ride was initially a prequel to the original one set before the events of A New Hope, the inclusion of scenes and characters from the sequel trilogy now puts it at virtually anytime within the internal Star Wars chronology.
  • Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge (2019-Present) — an immersive Star Wars-themed section of Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios (with a third location planned for Walt Disney Studios Park), the land is set on the remote planet of Batuu, just on the edge of the Outer Rim. Taking place after The Last Jedi, guests can interfere with a battle between the First Order and the Resistance, and they can also take control of the Millennium Falcon, while exploring the many repurposed spaces of the old outpost planet.
  • Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser (2022-2023) — a Walt Disney World luxury hotel located adjacent to Galaxy's Edge in Disney's Hollywood Studios, described as an "100% immersive" guest experience that includes creatures and droids acting as hotel staff and a shuttle-pod transportation system to the park. Also includes in-hotel experiences such as the ability to fly spacecraft and "secret missions" for hotel guests.

Promotional material
  • HoloNet News — Imperial propaganda news report shorts on Tumblr providing background information on Lothal for the then-upcoming show, Rebels.

Animated shorts
Related media
  • Fanboys (2009) — set in 1998, a group of Star Wars fans attempt to steal a copy of the then-upcoming Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace for a terminally-ill friend.
  • The People vs. George Lucas (2010) — a documentary focusing on the gradual disillusionment of fans toward the Star Wars franchise and Lucas himself.
  • Origami Yoda — a series of middle grade novels about kids making origami versions of Star Wars characters.

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