The Story Of The Tiniest Jedi – Design You Trust

The Story Of The Tiniest Jedi


According to an author, Aly Flock: “So Caza and I watched the Jedi training academy over at Disneyland and had a conversation that inspired this. Incidentally the most common criticism I’ve received from publishers of childrens’ books is that my writing is not age appropriate.”


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