Darth Paper Strikes Back (Anglais) Relié – 16 septembre 2011
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Avec toujours cette super idée de narration ou chaque enfant a sa propre écriture avec ses propre mots rendant l'histoire trés immerssive tout en la laissant accéssible aux enfants.
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On the one hand, "Origami Yoda" was so original, and this book follows the same pattern, so it's not quite as amazingly creative. But the problems Origami Yoda helps to solve in this book, and the mystery of how the advice turns out, are still unusual, fun, and interesting for my kids. And the problems are personal; Yoda/Dwight shows insight and gentleness in his solutions. Like "Origami Yoda", this book has a case study/interviewing format with doodles and comments written in the margins that make it even more entertaining.
Instructions for making an "emergency" 5-fold origami Yoda and for making Darth Paper are at the end of this book. Excellent. It's like a bunch of happy folding maniacs around here right now.
Parent Note: One very bright note in this book is the absence of most of the bad language from "Origami Yoda." I found a few instances: "shove it" (~3 times), some vulgar language replaced with "*$^#", "jerk", and "OMG" in inititals (twice). I'm raising a family of boys with ages all the way down to 6 years old -- I'm picky about what language the little ones hear.
The Quikpick shows up in this book. Nice! If your family likes this, also try "The Qwikpick Adventure Society" by Sam Riddleburger.
(Yes, I know.)
My 13 year old also plans to read this--which is a testament to the broad appeal (they usually DON'T read the same books).
My youngest on the other hand has been obsessed with Septimus Heap of late, but as soon as Darth Paper showed up he immediately put Septimus on hold and polished off Darth Paper instead.
He loves the characters, and finds the whole thing immensely amusing and entertaining and he would like more please.
My son has turned into quite the voracious reader over the last year and one of the early books that seemed to get him involved was the original Origami Yoda (don't get me wrong, there were plenty of books involved, but OY was definitely one of them). It was great to see the follow on book and realize how much he has progressed over the last year.
Very Highly Recommended (particularly for any reluctant readers who happen to love Star Wars!).
Dwight, Tommy, Sara, Harvey and Kellen are some of the characters in Darth Paper Strikes Back. Dwight is the owner of Origami Yoda (A finger puppet). Tommy is the person who is trying to help Dwight. Sara is Dwight`s friend and neighbor. Kellen is the person who draws and sometimes writes in the case file, and Harvey`s the owner of Darth Paper (Also a finger puppet) and the person responsible for getting Dwight kicked out of school.
The story takes place at McQuarrie Middle School and Dwight`s house. McQuarrie Middle School is where Dwight, Tommy, Sara, Kellen and others go to school. Dwight`s house is in the first few chapters.
The conflict is when Dwight`s Origami Yoda said "Zero hours come, prepare to meet your doom." to a girl who was asking for cheerleading advice, so Harvey told the girl to go tell the principle about it so Dwight would be suspended. In the resolution was Dwight was still kicked out of school. Then he goes to a private school called Tippet Academy