BOOKS ✯ The Wild Robot Author Peter Brown – Pv1.info

BOOKS ✯ The Wild Robot Author Peter  Brown – Pv1.info When Robot Roz Opens Her Eyes For The First Time, She Discovers That She Is Alone On A Remote, Wild Island Why Is She There Where Did She Come From And, Most Important, How Will She Survive In Her Harsh Surroundings Roz S Only Hope Is To Learn From The Island S Hostile Animal Inhabitants When She Tries To Care For An Orphaned Gosling, The Other Animals Finally Decide To Help, And The Island Starts To Feel Like Home Until One Day, The Robot S Mysterious Past Comes Back To Haunt Her


10 thoughts on “The Wild Robot

  1. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    This was a nice read I loved the illustrations so much At times I did feel the story felt a little bit disjointed and all over the place, but it was a quick and sweet read.


  2. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    FRIENDSHIP OVER if you don t love this bookI m deadly serious don t test me I cannot remember the last time when I was so surprised and delighted.This brought me back to my childhood and I am forever grateful to Peter Brown for writing it One year ago, I awoke on the shore of island I was just a machine I functioned But you my friends and my family have taught me how to live. Roz a standard issue manual labor robot is stranded on an island


  3. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    I don t believe I ve ever said this in a review of a book before, but I think a lovely video game for kids can be made out of Peter Brown s new middle grade novel.The illustrations made me think that, with their original style and 3 D quality Plus the story could work.Because this is about a robot female Roz who mysteriously ends up on an island devoid of humans but filled with animals that form a certain community Roz tries to be part of that c


  4. Mischenko Mischenko says:

    My family loves Peter Brown and we have a few of his other children s books in our home library which are favorites We were so excited to find out he had written a middle grade book and went ahead and purchased The Wild Robot After my daughter read it, she kept begging me to get to it, and I m sorry I waited so long This turned out to be a great read The story begins with a robot named Roz who has arrived on an island She was in a crate among other r


  5. Betsy Betsy says:

    There are far fewer robot middle grade books out there than you might expect This is probably because, as a general rule, robots fall into the Data from Star Trek trap Their sole purpose in any narrative is to explain what it is to be human You see this all the time in pop culture, so it stands to reason you d see it a bit in children s books too Never you mind that a cool robot is basically a kid s dream companion Take away the kid, put the robot on its


  6. Calista Calista says:

    This was a good idea I have a nephew who just went to a robot convention to build a little robot He is robot crazy, so I understand the popularity of a robot very well I love them in Star Wars I even loved Data in Star Trek I could not relate to Roz, the robot, in this story I didn t understand why a robot was used really I feel the emotional journey that Roz goes on would have been better with some sort of detached person or something, I don t know I kept get


  7. Melki Melki says:

    I know, I know I m as surprised as anyonea book about a robot that I didn t go absolutely ga ga over Who d a thunk it I was expecting this to be one of my favorite reads of the year, but instead, I just found it strange a weird, disconcerting read You see, the author employs this folksy, gather round kiddies and I ll tell you a tale voice that seems most likely to appeal to very young children, and yet, there are such mature themes here And death Lots and lots of d


  8. Kayla Dawn Kayla Dawn says:

    I loved the illustrations in this so much They are absolutely perfect for the story I actually loved the whole book I thought it would be just a children s book but it actually had some important topics in it global warming and the effect it has on animals for example I m really curious for the second book in this series


  9. Donalyn Donalyn says:

    Read the ARC, which doesn t have the final illustrations and still thought it was powerful This book will spark lots of great conversations with kids about kindness, community, and what it means to be alive.Update Read the finished book and declare it even better with the illustrations, of course


  10. Mel (Epic Reading) Mel (Epic Reading) says:

    The first 70% of The Wild Robot is adorable This middle aged story is void of humans and our lead character is instead a robot One that can learn and analysis things in order to determine the best course of action based on databases stored in it s logs things like survival, animal types, etc Peter Brown has taken the idea of a conscious AI and given it life in our Robot The AnimalsJust as key to the story as the robot itself are the animals on the island Each is a character in it


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