Walking past a poster just now made me realize what always seemed strange to me about the film title The Book of Boba Fett (which I haven't watched, but the Wikipedia entry makes no mention of a book in the plot). As far as I remember, no mention of or other references to books are made in at least the first two Star Wars trilogies.

So now I wonder if this Book of Boba Fett is an existing book or other entity in the Star Wars universe. Does this book actually exist in the Star Wars universe?

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    We did see some of the "Jedi sacred texts" that looked like bound books in Last Skywalker.
    – agarza
    Jan 9 at 14:46
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    Your final sentence is asking an entirely different question (one that has already been asked elsewhere) so I've edited it to match the rest of the wording.
    – Valorum
    Jan 9 at 15:08
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    I think the only answer that can be given is, "Not yet." Is there a "Book of Bobba Fett" mentioned in the (so far) two episodes of the show? No. Might one be added at some point in the narrative? Perhaps. Jan 9 at 15:42
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    The “Star Wars,” those series of tales recounting the Further Adventures of Luke Skywalker and its derivatives is from the Journal of the Whills. Whether the Whills shrewdly facilitated a licensed intellectual property line of Expanded Universe stories, canon or Legends works to be written by others, or such adventures like those recounted in The Book of Boba Fett is pretty much still unanswered. But everything we see is based on the stories and characters from The Journal. Jan 9 at 20:01
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    Presumably, it's either a play on "books" of scripture or history, implying that Boba Fett writes history (as victors do), or to say that you're in Boba's "good book" (opposed to the "bad book", which is of course the show) Jan 10 at 1:17

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