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Ditch Waldo, 'Where's The Wookie' Let's You Search For Chewbacca Instead

You might think that an eight-foot tall walking carpet is not difficult to spot walking down a crowded street, but say that after going through the first page of "Where's The Wookie," a new Star Wars book inspired by the popular 80s children's search-and-find book series "Where's Waldo."

"Where's The Wookie" will have you scanning every single inch of its 40 pages decorated with elaborately details scenes from the Star Wars universe. If you thought looking for a bespectacled tourist in a red and white striped shirt and blue scarf was difficult, try finding a hairy brown Chewbacca in the desert landscape of the Jawa Market.

(Bonus points if you can find the new sphere-shaped BB-8 droid from the upcoming "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hanging out with his friends in the released preview pages from the book.)

Sure, there are a lot of earth tones in most of the pages we've seen so far, making the task more difficult. And each time our sights hone in on a brownish figure we think is the Wookie we're looking for, we can feel and almost hear Obi-Wan Kenobi's Jedi specter looking over our shoulders and whispering, "That's not the Wookie you're looking for." But the artwork is stunningly detailed and really captures the hustle and bustle of some of the busiest and crowded scenes from Star Wars.

The summary of the book describes Chewy as being on the run, with a bounty on his head fro his many smuggling escapades. So here's a chance to play bounty hunter and perhaps beat Bobba Fett to the prize by practicing your Wookie searching skills in the pages of "Where's the Wookie."

The book, which was released on Oct. 8, is currently listed on Amazon for $9.44, however, the online retailer does not currently have it available for sale.

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