Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger

Dwight is a weirdo who is in the sixth grade. He likes to sit in big holes all day with his nose poking out, and he asks squirrels to save him. Dwight only does one cool thing, which is making origami. One day Dwight comes to school with an Origami Yoda on his finger and speaks to people who are in sticky situations. The Yoda actually works, and people actually line up for a turn. Tommy is finding out if Yoda is actually tapping into the force and how Dwight can be so clueless while Yoda is all-knowing. Tommy really wants to make sure that Yoda is real before he asks the ultimate question.

I would give this book five out of five stars, because it is funny and the pictures add to the affect. I also like how the answers that Yoda gives are actually smart and knowledgeable. This book also includes directions for folding your own Origami Yoda.

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