Even better, there are instructions in the back of the book to make your own finger puppet. I made loads, then I thought bigger.
I got a sheet of A2 paper, tweaked the instructions a bit to suit my own taste, and I made a giant Origami Yoda.
Step 1: Fold Down
About 15cm (6 inches) from the top, fold it down and make a sharp crease.
Step 2: Start the Ears.
Step 3: Continue the Ears...
Step 4: Start the Robe.
Fold that flap back again, but make the crease about 2-3cm from the first one - you make a zig-zag.
Step 5: Lift Up the Robe.
Step 6: Fold Back
Make the crease level with the bottom of the first section you made in steps 1-3.
Step 7: Turn Over...
Find the centre-line from the top of Yoda's head to the bottom of his robe.
Fold over one side so that the angled bit of the head end lines up with the centre-line.
Fold the other side to match.
Step 8: Finishing His Ears.
Lift them up and fold them out as far as you can without ripping the paper.
Make sharp creases.
Step 9: Make His Head.
Crease this really hard - you've just made his face, so it has to point the right way!
Step 10: Finishing.
If you make Yoda in thin paper, then you've finished, but the paper I used was a bit thick, so I had to use a spot of glue to hold his face flat. While it dried, I lay a huge catalogue on his face.
All you need to do now is find somewhere to hang him. Mine is going to stand on the living room bookshelves for as long as I can get away with, then I'll stick it to my bedroom wall.
Step 11: Credits...
Thanks to Kiteman for taking the photos and making the thumbnail thingie.
Thanks to Kitewife for not minding me taking over the kitchen floor when she had planned to cook our tea.