Where's the Wookiee? Has Kids Searching For Chewbacca Instead of Wally

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Martin Handford’s Where’s Wally books were some of the most popular children’s books of the late ‘80s. Not surprisingly there have been countless knock-offs which are all worth ignoring, except now that Chewbacca the Wookiee has gone missing all over the Star Wars universe.

Where’s the Wookiee? Has Kids Searching For Chewbacca Instead of Waldo

Where’s the Wookiee? is essentially no different than the Where’s Wally book series, but instead of trying to hunt down a bespeckled time traveller in a striped top, kids can pour over elaborate scenes from the Star Wars universe while trying to find that walking carpet.

For $12 on Amazon the book includes some 40 pages of illustrations which is enough to have an adult spending weeks trying to find Chewie on every page—or about ten minutes for the average four-year-old. [Amazon via The Robot’s Voice]

Where’s the Wookiee? Has Kids Searching For Chewbacca Instead of Waldo


This article originally appeared on Toyland, Gizmodo's toys and collectibles blog