Darth Paper Strikes Back (UK edition) (Origami Yoda Books) Paperback – 1 Sep 2011
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About the Author
Tom Angleberger ("Rise of the RoboShoes ") began writing his first novel in eighth grade, but never completed it. Since then, he s been a newspaper reporter and columnist, a juggler, a weed boy, a lawn-mower-part assembler, and a biology research assistant. This bestselling author insists he s not really all that creative "I m more of a puzzle-putter-together."
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Alexander, now 9.
To set the scene, here is the blurb from the first book, Origami Yoda: "Tommy and his classmates narrate this middle grade mystery, each recounting an episode in which they received wise advice from a finger puppet of Yoda, perpetually worn on the finger of their classmate, Dwight, a loser who can't get anything right. Is this puppet really Yoda? Or is Dwight a bit more together than he seems?"
From what I can work out, Dwight turned from zero to hero in the eyes of his classmates thanks to his amazing finger puppet. However, Dwight's nemesis, Harvey, has decided that he wants all of the attention and kicks off the new school year by introducing Darth Paper to his peers. Darth Paper is the complete opposite to Origami Yoda - mean, nasty, and on a mission to discredit Dwight and possibly even get him kicked out of school. If this sounds a little bizarre to you then I would ahve to agree with you on the face of it, but the story is not as strange as it sounds. It is laugh out loud funny and very, very clever.Read more ›
As a mom, I liked this series as extra reading at home, a fun way to get non-required reading done during school days.
Star Wars origami on the other hand - a fantastic buy
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my 11 year old loves this whole series - good follow on from diary of a wimpy kid and great for star wars fans!Published 2 months ago by K A Mackie
My daughter loves these books, and this one did not disappoint and was a great price too! She is looking to buy the full set now.Published on 19 Jun. 2014 by K. L. McGrath
This was given as a present to my niece's son and sent straight to them. My great nephew is thrilled with it. It arrived promptly.Published on 9 Mar. 2014 by Mrs. A. J. Oliver
The only complaint was that he enjoyed it so much he read the entire series in the blink of an eye!Published on 13 Dec. 2013 by Carolyn Dyer