When sixth grader Dwight makes an Origami Yoda, kids in school begin to seek Dwight and Yoda for advice to help them solve their problems. But Tommy is unsure if he should take his advise and decides to write a case file to evaluate Yoda's credibility. This book has been extremely popular with younger readers because of its unique format and Star Wars references. Reluctant readers will instantly be attracted with this fun book full of illustrations and instructions to make their own Origami Yoda. I decided to read this book because my eleven year old son has been obsessed with Tom Angleberger's books for quite some time and along with Diary of a Wimpy Kid it has been among his favorite series. This is the first book in the highly successful Origami series.
Angleberger, T., & Rosenstock, J. (2010).The strange case of Origami Yoda. New York: Amulet Books.