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Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue! (Origami Yoda #5)

Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue! (Origami Yoda #5)

Current price: $7.95
Publication Date: August 16th, 2016
Publisher:
Amulet Paperbacks
ISBN:
9781419722004
Pages:
224
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Description

The fifth case file of the New York Times bestselling Origami Yoda series from Tom Angleberger!

Help us, Principal Rabbski. You're our only hope.

In their fight against FunTime, the tedious, elective-crushing test prep program, Origami Yoda and the Rebel Alliance have found powerful allies in unexpected places. But the allegiance of one mysterious, all-powerful figure remains to be seen: Principal Rabbski. She says she'll help the rebels—but how? The state standard tests are just a month away, and the FunTime Menace is as strong as ever.

With time running out, one rebel decides to take matters into her own hands. The code name for the rogue rebel? Princess Labelmaker! Convinced that the Alliance's case file will persuade Rabbski to join the rebellion, Princess Labelmaker steals it and delivers it right to the principal herself! Will the case file convert the principal . . . or bring about the Alliance's doom?

Includes instructions for folding your own Leia and Luke.

About the Author

Tom Angleberger is the New York Times bestselling author of the Origami Yoda series and the Flytrap Files series, as well as many other books for kids. He lives with his family in Virginia. Heather Fox is an illustrator of stories for children. When she isn’t creating, she’s probably drinking a hot cup of coffee, eating Chinese food, or chasing down her dog (Sir Hugo) who has stolen one of her socks. She lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with her husband (and author!), Jonathan Stutzman.

Praise for Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue! (Origami Yoda #5)

"Fans will devour this satisfying and nicely realistic conclusion to the story set up in the previous volume. Characters grow, and non–Star Wars pop-culture references seep in. Readers new to the series are advised to go back to the beginning; they won’t regret it."
— Kirkus Reviews

"These books are more popular than a working droid on Tatooine. Expect the usual army of young Jedis to come out swinging for a copy."
— Booklist