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Emperor Pickletine Rides the Bus (Origami Yoda #6) (Hardcover)
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The thrilling conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Origami Yoda series from Tom Angleberger!
A field trip without origami? What the Hutt?
The Origami Rebel Alliance is off to Washington, D.C.! But there's a hitch. Principal Rabbski has banned origami. Without the Jedi-wise advice of Origami Yoda, how will Tommy and the gang navigate the serious drama of a class trip?
Luckily, Dwight comes prepared with green Fruit Roll-Ups that he can whip into emergency Fruitigami Yodas. Unluckily, Harvey also comes prepared with a wrinkly, hateful pickle. Can Fruitigami Yoda figure out why Emperor Pickletine is acting so sour . . . before the Emperor pushes this field trip into the Dark Side?
The final battle between the forces of good and evil at McQuarrie has everything: Twists! Snacks! Secrets! But who is keeping the biggest secret of all? Origami Yoda himself, and it's a shocker!
Includes instructions for folding your own origami.
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.
"Angleberger closes his six-plus-volume (there is a companion origami manual with stories) series of doodle-filled Star Wars paeans with an enjoyable, funny and realistic denouement that nicely wraps up most of the series storylines. Age-appropriate boy-girl relationships add to the authenticity of the characters, who will soon be eighth graders. One last time: "stooky!" (Er, "fantastic!")"
— Kirkus Reviews
"...Angleberger’s characteristic humor remains in abundant supply..."
— Julia Smith
"Fans of the series won’t want to miss the satisfying conclusion."
— Michele Shaw, Quail Run Elementary School, San Ramon, CA