DreamWorks Dragons: Adventures with Dragons A Pop-Up History
$65.00 • Insight Editions • Get Yours Now

Any time we have a chance to draw attention to the work Insight Editions has done with pop-up books, we take it. The most amazing pop-up they’ve added to their roster this year is the How To Train Your Dragons Inspired Adventures WIth Dragons: A Pop-Up History.  This is not the kind of pop-up book you had as a child. This book gives you a beautiful history of the How to train Your Dragon movies. The pop-ups are vivid and fascinating with little bits you can pull out of each page as well that add to the story. The book starts with Berk and ends with the Hidden World with each page showing a different scene from the movies. Any child who is respectful of books would get lost in the fantasy worlds that unfold on each page. With that said, we’re fully grown adults and we found ourselves getting lost in the fantasy of dragons ourselves.


The Legend of Korra: An Avatar’s Chronicle
$16.24 • Insight Editions • Get Yours Now

If you’re a fan of The Legend of Korra or even just a fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender, this book is really going to excite you. Written like a scrapbook by avatar Korra herself, the book details her adventures for future avatars. In it Korra, with the help of her friends, details her life and her journey to master all four elements and the spirit world. Aside from the engaging storytelling and stunning visuals, the book is also full of inserts and letters from characters like Asami, Bolin, and Mako. Fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender will be thrilled to see Zuko, Katara, and Toph included in the book as well. With all the pull-outs, stories, and hidden-gems you’ll feel like you’re along for Korra’s Journey.


Star Wars: TIE Fighter Owners’ Workshop Manual
$34.99 • Insight Editions • Get Yours Now

If you have ever wanted a TIE fighter this book is for you. It carefully explains how to properly care for and maintain every type of TIE fighter made by Sienar Fleet Systems. And I mean every type. Did you know there was a type of TIE known as the Command Shuttle that was used to travel between Star Destroyers? Each page explains the background of the ship while the next page contains specifications for the ship. The specs include important data such as maximum atmosphere speed, shielding, targeting systems ad escape craft. There’s a whole section on weapons and defensive systems as training and gear needed for each craft. This book is a must for any Star Wars fan who loves to know the how behind the ships.


Entertaining with Disney: Exceptional Events From Mickey Mouse to Moana!
$19.49 • Insight Editions • Get Yours Now

Have you ever wanted to throw a party fit for a Disney Princess? Entertaining with Disney is the book that can make it happen for you. It’s not just a cookbook, it’s a Disney-themed event planner that has been magically trapped between the pages of this guide on how to throw amazing parties with a Disney twist. It has such great sections as a Lion King-themed baby shower, a Little Mermaid bridal shower brunch and so many more. Not only does each come complete with recipes for delicious, themed food, it also recommends color palettes and decoration ideas. Each section is magical and exciting.


Harry Potter: Exploring Hogwarts: An Illustrated Guide
$21.49 • Insight Editions • Get Yours Now

This is one of the best books we’ve ever seen for fans of the Harry Potter Novels and movies. There are many behind the scenes books for all our favorite movies but this one is unique and interesting. It doesn’t just slap in a bunch of photos from the films. Instead, there are adorable illustrations and interactive features that help immerse you in the world of Harry Potter. Each page is a different part of the castle (and Hogsmeade) from the moving staircases to the Headmaster’s Office. Keep a lookout for the clapboard symbol. Those explain the movie magic used to bring the books to life. We’d say that any Harry Potter fan would be happy to have this book on their shelf, but we don’t think it’ll be spending much time there. Every time a fan comes to your home, you’ll have to bring it out to show them how awesome it is.


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