The Strange Case of Origami Yoda - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Tom Angleberger
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Summary

Chapter 3 is from Mike’s point of view. Mike is a crier and cries at everything, but especially at softball. Mike is not very good at softball and every time he misses the ball he cries. Mike asks Yoda what to do and Yoda tells Mike that there is no reason to get upset because someone is better at something than he is. Mike is so frustrated by Yoda’s advice that it distracts him during the softball game. However, this is a good thing because Mike is so preoccupied by trying to figure out Yoda’s advice that he doesn’t cry when he strikes out.

Analysis

Mike is emotional like most boys around that age. He is going through puberty and trying to sort through the emotions that he is feeling as his hormones take over. Mike gets frustrated and cries, and...

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