Boba Fett is back to read you his newest picture book ‘The Very Greedy Jawa’

Boba T. Fett, intergalactic bounty hunter known best for looking awesome and falling into a sand pit has returned to…write bedtime stories for your kids. That’s right, while the rest of us in pop culture land are celebrating the 40th anniversary of Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, (or the 15th anniversary of Revenge of the Sith this week, eep!) The Fettmaster wants to help your kids…go to freakin’ sleep. He created a YouTube channel called HanginWithBoba, and there, you can listen to his Star Wars inspired original stories, fables, and tales.

His newest story The Very Greedy Jawa (brought to you by the Imperial Publishing House) is a sweet, and touching bedtime story teaching children to follow their dreams and escape from jail like a boss. Like its companion piece Goodnight Alderaan, this new story contains melodic tones, a soothing voice, and hilarious original illustrations. See your favorite characters as never before in this new series of stories, written and read by Boba T. Fett himself. Subscribe to Boba Fett’s YouTube channel for more Bedtime Stories, coming soon in this series!

Note this is a non-profit “For-Fans, by Fans” fan-fiction love letter to Star Wars that is intended to entertain you and your kids. Star Wars is a registered trademark of Disney and LucasArts, to which its characters, settings, and lore are wholly owned. 



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