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The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger
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Nov 05, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: kids-boys, kids-chapterbooks, kids-humor
Read in November, 2010

What a fun little bit of silliness. There have been many times where I would have loved having an origami Yoda of my own... in fact, in the back of the book there are directions so that I CAN make my own! Yippee!

Dwight, the unique (although unique is really an understatement) and strange boy in the sixth grade, makes an origami Yoda. This Yoda seems to have a mind of his own. He makes predictions and gives advice that almost always works out for the best.

Some of the kids in his class are trying to figure out if its all nonsense or if Yoda can really predict everything. That's when one of the kids in Dwight's class decides to put together a file of all the things that Yoda predicts.

Is it really Yoda? Or is it Dwight, acting weird as usual?

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