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The Strange Case of Origami Yoda Review


The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger

Genre: Children's Fiction

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Tommy is an ordinary sixth-grader, but his best friend, Dwight, isn't. Dwight's a weird oddball that does strange things. He's also pretty clueless, so when he shows up at school one day with an origami Yoda puppet on his finger, no one thinks anything of it. Until it starts giving advice. Good advice. But how can Yoda give good advice when Dwight's a bit clueless? That's what Tommy's trying to find out.

Is origami Yoda real? Well, I ain't telling! Read the book and decided for yourself. *cough* Ahem.

Anyways, the Star Wars Yoda lover in my was definitely fulfilled after reading this book. It was funny, no, hilarious! I couldn't put it down. Every minute of my spare time was spent reading. It's also a short read, too.

I would recommend it this to someone who likes Star Wars (or Yoda) and needs a good smile.
/ [*Phoenix*]

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