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Angleberger reading at the 2014 Gaithersburg Book Festival
|Pen name||Sam Riddleburger|
|Notable awards||Blue Bonnet|
Tom Angleberger is an American children's writer, best known for the Origami Yoda series. As of March 2013, 3.3 million of his novels were sold around the world. He has also published children's books under the name Sam Riddleburger.
- The Strange Case of Origami Yoda
- Darth Paper Strikes Back
- The Secret of the Fortune Wookiee
- Art2-D2’s Guide to Folding and Doodling
- The Surprise Attack of Jabba the Puppett
- Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue!
- Emperor Pickletine Rides the Bus (Out Aug. 12, 2014)
- Fake Mustache
- Crankee Doodle, written by Angleberger and illustrated by Cece Bell (Clarion Books, 2013), OCLC 779097125
As Sam Riddleburger
- Qwikpick Adventure Society (Penguin Dial Books for Young Readers, 2007) – sewage disposal humor LCCN 2006-27755
- Reissued 2014 as The Qwikpick Papers: Poop Fountain! by Angleberger, in print illustrated by Jen Wang (Abrams Amulet Books, OCLC 858845558) and audio read by Mark Turetsky (Recorded Books, OCLC 880724088 "8 years and up").
- Stonewall Hinkleman and the Battle of Bull Run, by Michael Hemphill and Riddleburger (Dial, 2009) – time travel historical fiction LCCN 2008-15795
- "Bio". Cece Bell (cecebell.wordpress.com). Retrieved 2014-08-21.
- MacPherson, Karen (25 December 2011). "The Force is with 'Origami Yoda's' creator". Seattle Times. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
- Hilboldt Allport, Brandy (21 March 2013). "Read All About It: Author in orbit again with winsome activity book". The Florida Times-Union. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
- Tom Angleberger at Library of Congress Authorities, with 12 catalog records
- Gurdon, Meghan Cox (10 April 2010). "Children's Books: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
- Official website
- Berger & Burger, blog by Sam T. Riddleburger (pseudonym) and subsequently Tom Angleberger
- Sam Riddleburger at LC Authorities, with 2 records (2007–2009)
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