Many a Jedi has felt the power of the Force, but only Jack and Holman Wang have felted it. The Canadian brothers are the authors and fiber artists behind Star Wars: Epic Yarns, a series of three board books for young children based on the original Star Wars trilogy. Beginning with A New Hope, each book tells the movie’s story in a series of 12 images, famous scenes painstakingly re-created with felted figures and miniature sets. Each photograph is accompanied by a single baby-friendly word, ranging from “teacher” (for an image of Yoda) and “no” (as uttered by Luke in The Empire Strikes Back) to Star Wars-specific vocabulary like “lightsaber” and “droids.” The result is a snugglier version of the George Lucas’ saga, with an attention to detail that demonstrates the Wang brothers’ own passionate fandom. Click through our slideshow for adorable images from the book and behind-the-scenes photographs that show how Star Wars: Epic Yarns came to life.