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Harvey Cunningham[ edit ] The main antagonist of the first two books, Harvey, is focused on a single goal — to prove that Origami Yoda is not real. Harvey always complains and insults everyone. The creator of Darth Paper, he repeatedly boasts that his Darth Vader imitation is better than Dwight's Yoda imitation.
He was Tommy and Kellen's best friend at the beginning of the first book but they turned against him, as they are fed up with him criticizing everyone.
He writes a comment at the end of almost every story. In Book 3, Harvey turns to supporting Tommy, Kellen, and Dwight with some of his end comments, even to the point of adding his own contribution to the mini Dwight Case File.
She wants students to focus on the fundamentals to do well on the Standards of Learning Test. In the next book Princess Labelmaker changes her mind and changes sides.
She is Polish American. Dwight[ edit ] The creator of Origami Yoda. He carries around Yoda on his finger. He is known to do weird or dumb things like sit in holes. In book 2, he was suspended for the semester. In book 6, he wrote his only story for the case file.
He is of Scottish and Cherokee descent. In every story, he adds doodles to them. He wears glasses and liked Rhondella for the first five books. Then he liked Cassie. His last name was revealed in Books 2 and 5.
He is African American. Five sequels have been released, as well as an activity book. Darth Paper Strikes Back! The book includes instructions for a simpler version of Darth Paper whose designer is known as Super-folder Benas well a 5-fold version of Origami Yoda "It is a dark time at Ralph McQuarrie middle school.
After suffering several Origami Yoda-related humiliations, Harvey manages to get Dwight suspended from school for being a "troublemaker. The summary from Amazon.
With Dwight attending Tippett Academy this semester, the kids of McQuarrie are on their own, no Yoda to help them navigate the treacherous waters of school. Then Sara gets a gift from Dwight; a cootie catcher fortune teller in the form of Chewbacca.
It's a Fortune Wookiee, and it seems to give just as good advice as Yoda, even if, in the hands of the girls, it seems too preoccupied with romance. In the meantime, Dwight is fitting in at Tippett a little too well, and it's up to his old friends at McQuarrie to remind their buddy that it's in his oddness that his greatness lies.
It contains a narrative linking four main sections describing how to draw and create origami characters from the book series. The Surprise Attack of Jabba the Puppett! The summary on Amazon. Dark times have fallen on McQuarrie Middle School this semester.
Dwight's back—and not a moment too soon—as Kellen, Sara and the gang face a new Menace: FunTime is supposed to raise students' test scores; instead, it's driving everyone at McQuarrie crazy with its obnoxious Professor FunTime and his insidious singing calculator.
When Principal Rabbski cancels the students' field trip—along with art, music and Lego classes—to make room for FunTime, the students turn to Origami Yoda for help.
But some crises are too big for Origami Yoda to handle alone: Form a Rebel Alliance the students must. With this latest Episode in the explosively popular Origami Yoda series, Tom Angleberger proves once again that he "has his finger puppet squarely on the erratic pulse of middle-school life"."The preceding paragraph is all stuff I just made up.
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I’m afraid there’s something strange going on with the submissions. Some things are showing up twice and some aren’t showing up at . From our 4th Grade Classroom in Battle Creek, MI (no particular order) 1. The Strange Case of Origami Yoda 2. Amulet Series 3.
Number the Stars 4. Editorial Reviews a delightful first novel Part of what drives the story is the question of Origami Yoda's credibility, but the other is our growing involvement in the friendships and crushes of Tommy and his pals.
Strange Case of Origami Yoda (Origami Yoda #1) [Tom Angleberger] on lausannecongress2018.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Not so long ago, in a middle school not so far away, a sixth grader named Dwight folded an origami finger puppet of Yoda.
For class oddball Dwight. The Strange Case of Origami Yoda is a children's novel written by Tom Angleberger that was first published on March 1, , by Amulet Books. It follows the story of a young boy named Tommy who is trying to figure out if Dwight's Origami Yoda is actually real or it's a hoax that Dwight created.