Remember the The Strange Case of Origami Yoda who had an uncanny ability to offer brilliant problem-solving advice? Yeah, everybody loved him. Well, not quite everybody. Harvey did not, nor was he fond of Dwight, the maker and handler of the finger puppet. Now, Harvey has gone to the Dark Side, created an origami Darth Vader, and wants to fight. He says he just wants everyone to admit that there's nothing special about Yoda, and maybe that's true. But this is not proving to be a good year for all of Dwight's friends who really need that advice. Tom is once again compiling a case book, this time to present to the school board in defense of Dwight, who the principal is trying to have transferred.Questions are answered, problems are solved in creative ways, and middle school rages on. And Dwight, dear, awkward Dwight, struggles on in his unusual way to connect with his classmates. Angleberger is kind of like the David Levithan of middle school, showing a way that is beyond mere tolerance for difference, but more a real delight in the quirks of others.Library copy.