Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Book Giveaway: Art2-D2's Guide To Folding and Doodling


Art2-D2's Guide To Folding and Doodling by Tom Angelberger. I have FIVE copies of this little beauty to give away! This fun book is a how-to book every kid is dying to get his/her hands on! It is packed with drawing advice, origami folds and includes a fun lesson teaching readers how to talk like Yoda!

For your chance to win, simply post a comment on the blog and be sure to include your first name, city, state, and email contact. Deadline for posts is April 11 at noon MST. Winners are chosen randomly by Randomizer. Winners will be notified after 12:00 noon on April 11. Be sure and check your email on that date. Winners have 24 hours to respond to an email from me. Books will ship from New York courtesy of Amulet (Abrams).

Start posting, and good luck. May the folds be with you, Pamela

39 comments:

  1. My students would love this!

    Heidi
    Logan, Utah

    hg195 @ yahoo dot com

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  2. My students have loved his books. Mr. Angleberger's The Strange Case of Origami Yoda was a Utah Beehive Award Nominee book in the 2011-2012 school year. They were always checked out. Thank you for this opportunity.

    Jean
    Cedar City, Utah

    jean.peterson@ironmail.org

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  3. Anything origami is a sure hit!
    Terrie
    Pasadena, TX
    thinojosa@pasadenaisd.org

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  4. I am such a fan of Angleberger's work. Thanks for making this available.
    Heidi Lewis
    Guinyard-Butler Middle School
    Barnwell, SC 29812
    hlewis@barnwell45.k12.sc.us

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  5. My son is obsessed with all things origami and Star Wars. Mr Angleberger has been very kind to carry on an e-mail conversation with him and even publish some of his origami designs on his website. We purchased a paperback copy of this book from the Scholastic Book Fair and it's already looking worn out. My students are clamouring for it. It's a hit!
    Sara
    Marietta, GA
    sara.harris@cobbk12.org

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  6. I wonder what I cold make my Oragami Yoda obsessed boys do to win this book...Hmmmmm...

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  7. Origami is hugely popular here. I dsplay the students' work. Robin Maricopa AZ Rshoup@musd20.org

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  8. This would be awesome to have!
    Sandi
    Arapahoe, NC
    sandi.prescott@arapahoecharter.org

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  9. I bought Origami Yoda for my nephew for Christmas. At first he was polite and more interested in the Legos from Grandma but by that evening he was hooked! Last I heard he was on book 3 and getting my brother to read them too so they can discuss them. I love that Angleberger took something that was so amazing to my generation and made it cool for our kids.
    Connie
    Pasadena, TX
    ccastillo@pasadenaisd.org

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  10. This book looks so cool! Kids will love it!

    Kim
    Topeka, KS
    kpatton@usd345.com

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  11. Origami Yoda is a Oklahoma State Sequoyah Children's Book Award Nominee this year. I will not be surprised if it wins the award; it's a popular choice! Our kids love origami and I cannot keep enough books to keep them happy!

    Kristi Hazelrigg
    Parkview Elementary
    Mid-Del Schools, Oklahoma City, OK
    khazelrigg@mid-del.net

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  12. Tom Angleberger spoke in Kansas City last year and really sparked my interest in his work which I have have passed along to my students ( not that they needed much encouragement with his great titles). When I booktalk "Origami Yoda", which is one of this year's William Allen White Award nominees, I always demonstrate how to fold their own "Yodas" (instructions on his site).

    Ann Schuster
    Valley Park Elementary School
    Blue Valley USD #229
    12301 Lamar
    Overland Park, KS 66209
    alschuster@bluevalleyk12.org

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  13. We love Tom Angleberger books in our library. They are some of the most popular books for our students.

    Thanks, Cherie

    Cherie
    Logan, Utah
    cnef@edisoncs.org

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  14. Pick me! Pick me!

    Brenda Lemon
    District Librarian
    P.O. Box 249
    Chapman KS. 67431
    blemon@473mail.net

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  15. Fingers crossed! My students will ADORE this book.
    Sindy
    Rochester, NY
    scunningham@normanhoward.org

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  16. Please enter me. I so enjoyed the author at the Bluebonnet luncheon last year and bought all his books for my nephews!!

    Lisa Hicks
    Gunter District Librarian (for next 2 months)
    lisah@netexas.net

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  17. Would love to win. I can't keep his other books on our shelves!

    Teresa Holyoke
    Library media specialist
    Brewer Community School
    Brewer, Maine
    tholyoke@breweredu.org

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  18. Pick me! Pick me!
    Sandra
    Copperas Cove, TX
    sandracarswell@hotmail.com

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  19. My students love origami so this would be a hit!

    Sue Buchanan
    Franklin HS
    sue.buchanan@macon.k12.nc.us

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  20. Sure would love to have this book...
    Deborah McLaughlin
    Rolling Ridge Elementary
    dmclaughlin@hcsd.iu5.org

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  21. This one looks really cool. I can't keep origami books on the shelves of my elementary school library and this one looks extra fun.

    Cathe
    Nipomo, CA
    cathe@simplynaturalbooks.com

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  22. This looks like a great book!

    Joleen Waltman
    1010 S. 2500 W.
    Aberdeen, ID 83210

    waltmaj@aberdeen58.org

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  23. Mr. Angleberger is so funny. My kids love his books. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

    Ruth Ann
    Perryton, TX
    ranoe@perrytonisd.com

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  24. The Origami Yoda series is super popular at our school and so are the origami books. This book would be out all the time!

    Hilda
    Pleasant Valley, NY
    hcioffi@acsdny.org

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  25. My middle school kids would love this.

    Melissa
    Ephrata, PA
    mzawaski@ptd.net

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  26. Awesome. Loved the Yoda book.

    Joel
    Peoria, IL
    joel.shoemaker@psd150.org

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  27. My kids love this series!

    Cassie
    Houston, TX
    cassiehileman(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  28. Sounds fold-tastic!
    Maggie Knapp
    Fort Worth, TX
    maggie.knapp@gmail.com

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  29. Lots of Origami Yoda fans here!

    Sue
    Franklin, NJ
    sploch@htps.org

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  30. My students love both origami and Tom Angleberger!! Please pick me!!

    Jill Schaal
    Utica, NY
    jschaal@uticaschools.org

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  31. This book won't stay on the shelf long if it comes to me :)

    Lynn
    Crystal River, FL
    mitchelll@citrus.k12.fl.us

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  32. My students are big fans of Tom Angelberger!
    Larnette
    Ararat, VA
    larnette.snow@patrick.k12.va.us

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  33. Ooh, this is such a cute series! I'd love that one :)

    Elsa
    Sacramento, CA
    eouvrard-prettol@natomascharter.org

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  34. Oh goodness, this is right up my geeky alley :o) So fun!

    Rebecca * Archdale, NC
    quarterback.girl[at]gmail[dot]com

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  35. I had just a student come into the library today to tell me about this book. I can't wait to check it out.

    Cathe
    Nipomo, CA
    cathe@simplynaturalbooks.com

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  36. This one looks fantastic!

    Sara
    Naalehu, HI
    sara.kamibayashi@librarieshawaii.org

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  37. This book sounds awesome - a real winner.

    Kathy
    Clarksville, TN
    kjj422@gmail.com

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  38. Tom Angelberger is one of our favorite authors in our library. Can't wait to put this one on the shelves.

    Cherie
    Nibley, Utah
    readbooks62@gmail.com

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  39. We can't wait to meet Tom Angelberger at the Rochester Teen Book Fest next month!

    Mary
    Scio, NY
    mzdrojewski@scio.wnyric.org

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