Grogu, still frequently and unofficially known as Baby Yoda, is very smol. The toddling 50-year-old captured hearts for a number of reasons: his soulful eyes, his precious coos, and definitely his stature. The wee Force-sensitive kiddo charmed Din Djarin in The Mandalorian. And he definitely won over fans from his first appearance. Now a small book from Insight Editions will celebrate all things Grogu, and Nerdist has your exclusive first look. Behold, Star Wars: The Tiny Book of Grogu.

The front and back covers of The Tiny Book of Grogu, featuring Baby Yoda

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Measuring 1.34 inches by 1.73 inches, this book is truly tiny. Like other releases in this collection from Insight Editions, The Tiny Book of Grogu will fit in your hand. Just imagine keeping a book filled with Grogu imagery in your pocket or bag for whenever you need a moment of cute to warm your day. Flipping through the pages will offer respite from a chaotic world because the miniature book features highlights from Grogu’s journey so far. And if you didn’t know, Grogu is the most precious.

A quote from Din Djarin with Grogu walking down the steps of the Razor Crest with Din in the foreground

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Spreads from The Tiny Book of Grogu call back to some of our favorite moments from The Mandalorian. Pictures of Grogu accompany quotes about the little one from other characters in the Disney+ series. Basically, it’s all the tiny green alien you could want in a small package. Take a look.

Grogu reaching for a butterfly while sitting on a rock in The Mandalorian A quote from Greef Karga alongside Grogu reaching out his hand

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It doesn’t matter that we’ve gazed upon baby Yoda dozens of times. Hundreds of times? We’ll never be immune to those cheeks and those little teeth. Enthusiastic “awwwws!” will continue to escape our lips. We can’t help it. And we have a hunch this book will make anyone who flips through it an absolute puddle.

The Tiny Book of Grogu will arrive October 19. You can place a pre-order now.

Amy Ratcliffe is the Managing Editor for Nerdist and the author of A Kid’s Guide to Fandom, available now. Follow her on  Twitter and Instagram.

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