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? ...
|Title||:||The Wild Robot Escapes (The Wild Robot #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
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The Wild Robot Escapes (The Wild Robot #2) Reviews
I adore sequels that are just as good (or better!) than the first! This did NOT disappoint!
Once again Peter Brown creates a world that you can see & believe. From new animal friends to beloved characters from The Wild Robot, I fell in love with Roz’s story all over again. Peter Brown is a masterful storyteller! A must for my #MockNewbery 2019 list! I know will love this thrilling sequel or as a stand alone text!
I just really love The Wild Robot and The Wild Robot Escapes. It takes a master storyteller to make me fall in love with a robot and root for her and her darling goose son.
Loved it! What a great conclusion to a terrific book by a great author! A great adventure for young kids!
Brown's storytelling prowess is in top form with this second middle grade novel about the wild robot, Roz. This enchanting sequel chronicles Roz's breathtaking journey back home to her small island with her goose son, Brightbill. A must-have utterly charming chapter book!
It's been a long wait to read of Roz's fate, but worth it for her to finally have the ending she deserves. You wouldn't think it, but there's just something quaint and comforting about these stories that don't focus so much on the humans, but instead on the robots and animals. This book and its predacessor are definitely worth the read and such an easy recommendation to kids of all ages, those looking for a good read aloud and young kids reading well above their level.
It's very rare for me to love a sequel as much as I love the first book, but Mr. Brown has done it. To say this one was action packed is to do it a disservice. Not only does it tackle some huge questions (What makes us human? What makes robots robots?) it is a fun adventure! Loved it!
This was a cute follow up story, and really gave a sense of closure to Roz's tale.