You will want to read the others in the series before reading this review. The first one is Origami Yoda.
With their talk to Principal Rabbinski, the kids at McQuarrie Middle School were sure their time with FunTime and its annoying review questions would soon come to an end. However, nothing has changed. The Origami Rebel Alliance has had enough. They want their electives back! They want their field trip back! They want their frozen steak back! Will they finally be able to change the hearts and minds of the school board?
This book is really the second half of The Suprise Attack of Jabba the Puppett. The kids face the same enemy, and they have the same major problem. However, now they have a new hero. Princess Labelmaker has taken the latest Origami Yoda case file and given it to Principal Rabbiski with labels. I enjoyed the labelmaker once I got used to the new format, and the ending was pure Star Wars fun. So if you enjoyed the other Origami Yoda books, you should check this one out as well.
Also I wanted to mentioned that the author, Tom Angleberger, has posted a tribute to Carrie Fisher who passed away recently. She was the actor who portrayed Princess Leia in the Star Wars movies. If you want to read it, the link is below.
Carrie Fisher Tribute
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