Emiline's Report on Darth Paper Strikes Back
We are back with Origami Yoda in his new book, Darth Paper Strikes Back. In this book Harvey makes an origami Darth Vader so Darth Paper and Origami Yoda can fight with paper lightsabers and so Darth Paper can prove that Origami Yoda couldn't really tell the future.
One day, a really popular girl comes to Origami Yoda for advice, but he he said something that kind of scared her. Well, Harvey found a way so she would complain to the principal about it just because he wanted Dwight (Origami Yoda's creator) to get kicked out of school. As you can see, Harvey doesn't really like Dwight. What will Dwight's future be? Find out in Darth Paper Strikes Back.
I was really excited that Darth Vader was in this one, and I'm not just saying that because I had a crush on Darth Vader when I was a little kid. So far this is my favorite book in this series because of the action and Darth Vader. Maybe I still have a little crush.
I give this book 5 MONSTERS!!
Marsh's Report on Darth Paper Strikes Back:
Origami Yoda is back, but now he has an enemy. Harvey, Dwight's enemy has made an origami Darth Vader. Origami Yoda gave one girl bad advice and she took it as a threat, so she told the principal and Dwight, the owner and maker of Origami Yoda, got expelled. So now Tommy is making a new case file to present to the school board in hopes of getting his friend back, but Harvey writes a counter argument. Can Tommy get Dwight back in school?
I really like this book. I was sad that Dwight wasn't in this book as much as he was in The Strange Case of Origami Yoda. The book was surprising at times (I can't tell you why because this is a non-spoiler review). I really can't wait until the third book comes out. I hope it's Luke Skywalker!
Overall I give this book 5 out of 5 monsters!
You can find out more about the author, Tom Angleberger and see some awesome Origami Star Wars creations & directions for making Origami Yoda and Darth Paper at- http://origamiyoda.wordpress.com/
We found this book at our school's Scholastic Bookfair, but you can find it at your school or public library, or find it at an independent bookstore at http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781419700279.