Another awesome adventure with Roz the Robot!
Captured and deactivated at the end of book 1, Roz wakes up at the farm of nice family who bought her from a Discount Robot store. Her job now is to take care of the farm animals, but all she wants is to go back home to her island and her friends, and most importantly, find her son. Will she ever be able to break her programming and leave the farm?
Illustrations and short chapters make this a great family or classroom read - but make sure you pick up book 1 first!
— Leah Moore
The sequel to thebestselling The Wild Robot, by award-winning author Peter Brown
Shipwrecked on a remote, wild island, Robot Roz learned from the unwelcoming animal inhabitants and adapted to her surroundings--but can she survive the challenges of the civilized world and find her way home to Brightbill and the island?
From bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator Peter Brown comes a heartwarming and action-packed sequel to his New York Times bestselling The Wild Robot,about what happens when nature and technology collide.
About the Author
Peter Brown is the author and illustrator of many bestselling children's books, including Children Make Terrible Pets and The Curious Garden. He is the recipient of a Caldecott Honor for Creepy Carrots!, two E.B. White Read Aloud Awards, a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book award, and a Children's Choice Award for Illustrator of the Year. Peter's website is www.peterbrownstudio.com.
A New York Times bestseller
A Wall Street Journal bestseller
A USA Today bestseller
* "[A] stellar sequel... Warmth and gentleness course through the novel, even as dangers emerge."—Booklist, starred review
* "Science fiction meets fantasy in this delightful sequel that gives readers a unique look into what technology could someday have in store. A must-buy for any middle grade collection."—School Library Journal, starred review
"Provocatively contemplative."—Kirkus Reviews
"Thought-provoking....Raises poignant quandaries about the nature of love and selfhood."—Publishers Weekly
"Fans of the first book will be happy to see Roz returned to her true wildness."—The Bulletin