THE STRANGE CASE OF ORIGAMI YODA

THE STRANGE CASE OF ORIGAMI YODA

By Tom Angleberger

Published in 2010 by Amulet

141 pages ages 9+

 Origami Yoda is a wad of paper Dwight, the weird kid who made Origami Yoda, never removes from his finger. Now, Tommy and his friends are trying to figure out if Origami Yoda is able to tell the future and use “the force”. The strange case of Origami Yoda is a bunch of small stories that usually end with two comments: one from Tommy, who doesn’t know if Origami Yoda is real, and another one from his “friend” Harvey, who just thinks Origami Yoda is a “dumb” wad of paper.

The main character’s name is Tommy because this book is a real life experience for Tom Angleberger (the author). Anyway, this story is a great one because I liked the Star Wars movies, but if you never saw the Star Wars movies it is still a great book because it doesn’t have a lot to do with Star Wars, so you won’t be left clueless on the first story in the book!

I give this book five out of five book worms!



Categories: Age 9+, Good Books

3 replies

  1. I really liked this book. You have a good blog. Did you read any of the Secret Seires by Pseudonymous Bosch? The first book is “The name of this book is secret”. I think you would like them.

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