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The Wild Robot
The Wild Robot | Peter Brown
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.... Heartwarming and full of action, Peter Brown's middle-grade debut raises thought-provoking questions about the environment, the role technology plays in our world, and what it means to be alive.
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dixi_e
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Finally reading this popular book and reading it with one of my favourite kids. 🥰 The short chapters are exactly what he needs to be motivated to move from more graphic novels / short text to more sustained reading. #proudmama #familyofreaders #booksbindus

Tamra This is a special book here! 💜 1mo
LaurenReads The second book is just as good as the first so far! 1mo
dixi_e @Tamra I‘m looking forward to sharing it with him. Think its also the right time for him to be considering some of the larger ideas it shares. 1mo
dixi_e @LaurenReads Good to know. He already discovered the sequel as he was checking out the number of chapters. He‘d barely stared this one but was very excited at the prospect of there being a continuation. 😆😄 1mo
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LaurenReads
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This book is amazing! I‘ve spent the past 3 weeks reading this aloud to my 2nd graders and we loved it. It started off slow, but we all became so invested in this robot and her friends and family. Many tears were shed and we can‘t wait to read The Wild Robot Escapes. #readaloud

Tamra It is a favorite here. 💜 2mo
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rachelsbrittain
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A very cute book about a robot stranded on an island, who learns to be wild with the help of the many animals who eventually accept her. The occasional illustrations throughout were really lovely, and I especially enjoyed the exploration of found family and friendship. Took me a few chapters to really get into it, but once Roz adopted a baby goose I was completely sold.

Tamra It‘s a truly lovely adoption story. My kids liked the sequel just as much, though I‘d say the first is best but the sequel is still worth reading. 5mo
rachelsbrittain @Tamra it really is! Which I didn't even know going in. Glad to hear the sequel is worthwhile too! 5mo
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rachelsbrittain
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Been obsessed with this cover art forever and now finally reading it

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Nute
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#30JuneBooks - Wild Books: Truth...I like reading children‘s literature. It‘s not usually weighed down by the complications of romance or the blasé weariness of an overexposed-done-everything living or the complexity of adulting. It‘s usually just a story reminding the reader that there is a way to still believe that there could be magic, pirates, flying cars, dragons, talking animals, robots & many more fantastical beings. I believe. I believe...

merelybookish Nicely put! I also enjoy reading children's books! 7mo
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When robot Roz opens her eyes for the first time, she discovers that she is alone on a remote 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.
#wildones #songsofsummer

Lady_Tigana_20 My son is obsessed with robots. He‘s only four, so not the intended audience. It does have pictures, so I‘ve been mulling over whether or not to read it to him. There‘s a sequel, too. 7mo
JoScho @Lady_Tigana_20 i haven‘t read it but it sure sounds adorable. 7mo
OriginalCyn620 😎📚🎶❤️ 7mo
TalecArashi @Lady_Tigana_20 This is YA, right? I say go for it -- when I was 4, my mom read Watership Down to me 🤣 7mo
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TabbyGibby
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5 stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Wonderful middle grade book about friendship and family. Roz is feared by the wild animals until she begins to help them one by one and they learn to trust and love her.

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TabbyGibby
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"Perhaps I am simply meant to help others." ❤️

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Canndor
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Super cute and touching story of a lost robot who learns to be wild and a mother from the creatures of the forest.
#Booked2019 #remindsyouofyourhappyplace #nature

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This semester I did my service learning in a 3rd grade classroom. I saw this book sitting on one of the students desk, and the first thing I thought was “I didn‘t know Peter Brown wrote novels!” So I picked it up and decided to give it a try. This SF novel is great! I‘m not a fan of science so this definitely took me by surprise. There was a shipwreck, and all the robots didn‘t make it, but Roz did. She finds herself on an island thinking that‘s

giont where she belongs. However, the animals think she‘s a monster and they want her to leave. Roz learns how to speak in their animal language, and she ends up being a mother, making friends, and has a forever home. Until the robots come looking for her! Does Roz get taken away from her only home?! Read to find out more. You won‘t be disappointed! I would use this as a LC option in my classroom. I think students would enjoy talking about the story 9mo
giont and they can even compare it to the natural world. This website has different ideas on how to use this book in the classroom. Such as discussion questions, picture writing, nature journal, and projects on robots. You can easily tie this book in with a science lesson on the environment and adaptation. http://teachingandtechnologyideas.weebly.com/wild-robot.html UDL principle 8.2 (vary demands and resources to optimize challenge) because of the 9mo
giont different activities you can do with this book, as shown in the website. ESOL strategies 39 (have students prepare collections of science objects) for the nature part of the activity and 2 (promote cooperation) if you choose to do a literature circle. This book also won the young readers choice award! #LAE3414sp19 (edited) 9mo
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KAdudu This look like a book students would love to read. For sure adding to my to read list. 9mo
Ms.Bursey Taylor I actually was looking for start this book! How ironic, I love how you explained the story and how you would incorporate it into your classroom. 9mo
claireherman I didn‘t know he wrote novels either!! I want to read this! 9mo
DrSpalding Creepy carrots and wild robots! Literature circles would be a great option for this particular text. 9mo
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ha_kaye
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🤖🌳 You may know Peter Brown for his amazing illustrations from Creepy Carrots or Mr. Tiger Goes Wild, but The Wild Robot shows a different side of his work. This SF novel is about a robot, named Roz 7134, who becomes stranded on an island due to a shipwreck. It was one of the 2017-2018 Sunshine State Young Reader books! #LAE3414sp19

ha_kaye Roz is a sophisticated robot with the ability to use senses like sight, hearing, and smell and is primarily programmed to survive and to help. She has to learn how to survive in the wild and ends up learning how to speak to animals! The animals on the island first thought Rozz was a monster but as the story goes on, Roz acquires a baby gosling and she learns to become a wonderful foster mother. 9mo
ha_kaye The story, itself, is heartwarming but something about the simplicity of the artwork adds to that heartwarming effect. This book would make a great RA to share or a LC for students to come together and talk about it. Another fun idea would be to do an AS on Peter Brown! The link provides different activities that go with The Wild Robot, including a Nature Journal and a Side by Side Novel Study. 9mo
ha_kaye http://teachingandtechnologyideas.weebly.com/wild-robot.html I would love to integrate a science lesson about animals and ecosystems when reading this book. UDL principle 3.3, guide information processing and visualization, would work great with The Wild Robot because it is a novel but has illustrations to guide that visualization process! 9mo
ha_kaye EL strategy 29, offer a variety of reference materials at the students‘ instructional level, would be as easy as giving an EL student a personal bilingual dictionary with unknown words from the story.
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DrSpalding Sounds like a wonderful book to integrate into science. You have a few of them! 9mo
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BennettBookworm
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I finished this with my class today and it was bittersweet because my kids were totally enthralled! Such a moving story. I think it‘s perfect for teachers of upper elementary. Also perfect for humans who are not teachers! 😄

Readergrrl My daughter loved this book so much that I‘ve put it on my TBR pile!!! ❤️❤️❤️ 11mo
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LeslieO
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January stats. I‘m cheating a little because this assumes I‘ll finish The Secret Place today. 🤞🏻#time to read

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BennettBookworm
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I am positively obsessed with this book!! I‘m using it as a 3rd grade read aloud and it‘s super philosophical and brings up so many deep questions! It‘s pushing me AND my students in the best possible ways!

Tamra My kids loved it and they were in that age range. Beautifully written and adventure to keep attention. 👍🏾👍🏾 We give it extra stars for it being an adoption story. 💜 12mo
Tamra I didn‘t love the sequel as much, but we did still really enjoy it. 12mo
LiteraryinLititz Work day post! I love it! 12mo
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BennettBookworm @Tamra I totally agree! Yes @LiteraryinLititz I couldn‘t resist 🤖! 12mo
kstadt929 Well I think I need to read this ! 11mo
BennettBookworm @kstadt929 OMG absolutely must 11mo
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LaceyDoesLit
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85eliana
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An excellent way to bring children into the joys of Sci-Fi! In addition to the inclusion of female animal characters (and robots), the book‘s compelling story of exploration and the nature of growth, life, and death will open the door to powerful conversations with children and adults alike!

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ambam1987
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Can‘t believe I waited so long to finally sit down and finish this one! I loved Roz the robot and all the woodland creatures! This would be a great family or classroom read-aloud.

Tamra It‘s such a sweet story. 12mo
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Nebklvr
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This was a cute book. There were pretty big questions that were never answered. It is apparently the first in a series. This book celebrates friendship, learning, survival, and responsibility. It was slow and i am not sure how well it would hold a kids attention. However, it is an interesting take on the “survival” tale.

Tamra Mine really liked it. 😁 I didn‘t like the second as well, but they seemed to. 1y
Nebklvr @Tamra did they say what they liked about it? Might help me recommend it to kids 1y
Tamra @Nebklvr I‘ll have to ask them, it was a couple of years ago. 1y
Nebklvr @Tamra That is ok. No biggie. Just picking your brain 1y
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BeckyMerilatt
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We loved this book! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I totally cried at the end.

JennyM Darling boy! I I will have to check this out with my little buddy xx 1y
Cortg I‘ve heard it‘s fantastic! 1y
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mandapants
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Lovely story. Such a good book. Can't say enough food things about it. Perfect for bed time reading to kiddieos.

Tamra It is a sweet read. 💜 1y
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sophierayton
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A really lovely book and story. I plan to buy this book for some of the young readers in my life.

trioxin_sematary This sounds cool, I just love this cover too!! 😍😻 1y
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Skeeterisme
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Sweet. And outstanding illustrations.

heidisreads There‘s a follow up! I think it is called the Wild Robot Escapes 2y
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melissa.drake
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This was a smart and thoughtful middle grade novel. Roz is a curious robot who learns to talk to animals and becomes "wild" thanks to her adaptive learning programming. As an adult reader, it can feel a little slow and simplistic, but I can see this really clicking with some kids' imaginations. As with any good robot book, there is also some epic fight scenes with laser canons ?

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Lindy
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A robot wilderness survival adventure. Roz learns by watching what animals do & she also befriends them. An all-ages #audiobook with music & sound effects that would be great for family car trips with young children. Narrator Kate Atwater flexibly interprets the conversations of different animals as well as robotic Roz & Roz‘s efforts to modulate her voice in a friendly way. Brown‘s illustrations are worth seeking out the print edition too.

RuthyBux This sounds wonderful. I'm going to see if my library has it 😊 2y
Lindy @RuthyBux 👍While you are there, look for Peter Brown‘s 2y
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Lindy
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Kate Atwater is great narrator for this children‘s #audiobook, but I feel like I‘m missing out without Peter Brown‘s illustrations. I found some online to see how Roz the robot is presented visually. She isn‘t made to look frilly in any way. ❤️🤖👍

emtobiasz Definitely borrow it from the library to check out the illustrations-- they're lovely ❤️ 2y
Lindy @emtobiasz There are 19 holds against 5 copies at the library, so I will be long finished with the audiobook by the time I get my hands on the physical book. I‘m going to a bookstore today for something else (new book by Shawna Lemay, not yet in Litsy database), so I will leaf through Wild Robot if they have it there. 2y
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KarynGood
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A thumbs up to all of these middle grade books! Very different styles, situations, and characters. Would recommend each and every one of them. #fortheloveofreading

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Emily92Bibliophile
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5 ⭐️ what an amazing story. I couldn‘t put it down this afternoon and finished it all in one day! I‘m going to check and see if the sequel is on SCRIBD- I just read it! Do yourself a favor and after you finish Ghetto Cowboy ( last post) immediately start this one pleaseandthankyou.

queerbookreader What a large pile of floof 🙈🐶 2y
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Emily92Bibliophile
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4 pages in and I am already in love. I LOVE BEING A CHILDRENS LIBRARIAN 🙌🏻📚💙

mdm139 My son is currently reading this and has asked for the sequel 2y
Emily92Bibliophile @mdm139 If it‘s that good I will make sure to order the sequel for the Library. 💙 2y
LibrarianRyan Yeahhh. I have been wanting to read this. 2y
WiseGirl13 Reading that book so good 2y
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mdm139
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It is reading week at my sons' school. Instead of regular homework this week they have a list of reading activities to complete. Tonight they chose reading in the bathtub with out water. They made a cozy reading nest with 4 pillows and 2 blankets. Not a bad way to end the day.

britt_brooke Love this!! 2y
CSeydel Our library has a reading bathtub in the kids area! They love to lie in it. 2y
EvieBee How adorable! 😍 2y
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Bostonmomx2 Thats so cute!! 2y
Mdargusch So fun! I love this idea! 2y
Emily92Bibliophile What kind of reading activities list is it? I am a elementary librarian and I love the idea! I think it would be cool to do a “reading activities challenge “ or something. 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile the librarian sent home a paper filled with squares, each square had an activity and was worth 5 -25 points. If they did them all they would get 100 points and be entered into a raffle for the grand prize. If they did some of them they would be entered into a raffle for a free book. 2y
Emily92Bibliophile @mdm139 that sounds so much fun! Love the idea and the incentive for a free book. Is there any way you could screenshot the paper as an example ? If not I totally understand and I can work it out. OR if your librarian has a Teacher Pays Teachers I can follow / buy? 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile some of the activities included the reading in the bathtub no water, reading for 30 minutes, design a bookmark for contest (separate flyer with bookmark outline), dress up for at least one of the spirit days ( we had pirate day, dr. Seuss day, words on shirt day, tourist day, and blue shirt day for ocean), show your public library card to staff, have no over due books, read a non fiction 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile we had to turn in the sheets today to enter the kids in the raffle, but I am good friends with the librarian and volunteer in her library so I can see if she can give me another copy 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile there was a week worth of in school activities too, drop everything and read (D.E.A.R), a mystery reader would read over the intercome and the class that called the office and could i.d. them won a prize ( always a staff member every kid sees like the p.e. teacher or principal), dress up spirit days, an author came in all day and talked to each grade and signed copies of his books, and there was book bingo over intercome 2y
Emily92Bibliophile That all sounds Wonderful! If you think of it and it‘s no trouble I‘d love that. If not this gives me plenty of ideas to work with! Thanks SO much for sharing ! @mdm139 📚💙 (edited) 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile there was a theme of Reading is a Voyage for everything so beach/ocean/boat themed. We have an atrium outside the library and she filled it with pool floaties and book boats made out of rubber maids and during their library time they got to go outside and read on them. Last year was camping adventure themed and she filled atrium with tents, camping chairs, christmas trees and fake bonfires 2y
Emily92Bibliophile @mdm139 love the theme! I know the other librarian for our school thought of doing a camping theme next year, so that would be a great time to start the reading challenge ! And your library sounds lovely! 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile we do reading week the week before spring break. The kids are squirrely and these activities are a nice fun break and keeps them busy. Plus there is no regular homework this week so the kids can focus on doing reading activities. 2y
mdm139 @Emily92Bibliophile we also do Lit Mornings through out the year where the kids come in 30 minutes before school, a snack and drink are served, and you can buy raffle tickets to win book related prizes. We had a Dr. Seuss one this morning. They out Trix cereal in sandwich baggies with a tag saying truffla seeds and milk. The tables were covered with dr. Seuss books and bookmarks to color. Raffle prizes were seuss books with stuffed animal. 2y
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BookInMyHands
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Mostly, I don‘t care for stories without people. But this story... this story I loved.

When a crate full of robots crashes on a deserted island only one robot survives, Roz. Essentially born on the island, Roz quickly realizes she is not like the animals who fear her. In order to survive, the robot embarks on a grand journey to become “wild” like the animals.

This was a fantastic story and wonderful audio performance.

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#audioyardwork

We haven‘t had much of a winter in northwest Oregon. It‘s the beginning of February and I have primroses blooming, and crocuses and tulips coming up. It was time for some much needed maintenance today.

I‘m enjoying Wild Robot now, but I must say it was a slow start for me. I haven‘t met anyone else who has felt that way though, and everyone else seems to have loved it from the start.

Hooked_on_books I‘m at the coast and my crocuses have been up and bloomed for a couple weeks. I have tulips coming up, too. I hope this doesn‘t mean a bad fire season this summer. 2y
Andrea4 Beautiful! 2y
BookInMyHands @Hooked_on_books For sure! I know Central and Eastern Oregon is worried about drought this summer since it‘s been so mild. 2y
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Mommamanzi So beautiful!!! 2y
Booknerd2 💜💜💜 2y
Tamra We loved the whole story and I‘m am so excited for #2 in March. 2y
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smilingshelves
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Some much needed #booktherapy today. My one year old decided not to take a nap, so we headed to the library. I wasn't planning to get anything for myself, but I figured I deserved it since there was no other break coming my way today!

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The Wild Robot was a refreshing F read about a robot named Roz who finds her way onto an island where she meets many different animals along her journey. It uses an unusual second-person point of view, which at times gives the reader the feeling of being read a mystical story. It‘s no surprise this book earned the Sunshine State Young Reader Award and is a New York Times Bestseller. It would be best utilized for IR...

amandagrant ...but students could easily use this for an AS. 2y
amandagrant http://teachingandtechnologyideas.weebly.com/wild-robot.html This link contains a great resource where students create a nature journal.

UDL – 5.2 Use multiple tools for construction and composition

EL – 32. Use student pairs for team learning, especially for reports, experiments and projects

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TracyReadsBooks
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I love this book, a great MG read sure to be a hit with anyone who loves a story about robots & animals, or, better yet, both together on an island. Roz, as she comes to be known, is the only survivor of a shipwreck. She washes ashore on an island. At first the animals are afraid & call her a monster but things start to change when Roz adopts a gosling. Robots and nature & a whole lot of heart. Oh, and great illustrations. A delightful read.

RaimeyGallant A belated welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon And here's a compilation of Litsy tips that some of us put together:
http://litsy.com/p/aDJja2lMZFFY
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Betty Welcome aboard to this great community! You have a great name (my daughter's) 2y
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TracyReadsBooks
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Previewing a MG for some young readers today. Peter Brown‘s picture books are fabulous so I‘m eager to see what he does with a MG. Plus, robots! ❤️🤖❤️

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This is one of my fourth-grader's Battle of the Books books. It's on sale on Audible for $3.95 right now, so I snatched it up. My family listened to it on a car trip this week. It's the story of a robot stranded on an island who makes friends with all the animals and even adopts one. It is a very sweet story. There is some action to keep it interesting. We all enjoyed it. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ #battleofthebooks #bob #kidsaudio

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"Maybe Roz really was defective, and some glitch in her programming had caused her to accidentally become a wild robot. Or maybe Roz was designed to think and learn and change; she had simply done those things better than anyone could have imagined. However it happened, Roz felt lucky to have lived such an amazing life." - Peter Brown, The Wild Robot, p. 268.

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PatternsOnWalls
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I'm already charmed by the illustrations in this book! Has anyone else read this? I have a feeling it'll be a quick and sweet read ☺️

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lowellette
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Explores the animal-robot relationship, working together, acceptance of otherness, understanding your own story, and grey areas for rules. Handled masterfully by Peter Brown. #CampReadALot

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Mimi28
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#summerTBR here are more books that I hope to get through this summer 🌈🌞🌼❤️📚😻🌈

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JillyG92
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I bought this on a whim and have found it to be utterly delightful. It's the first book where I've found myself wanting book darts to go back and note some lovely bits. The way Brown allows Roz to grow and progress seems as natural as the season, and the description of the animals is charming. It has made proctoring our high stakes tests tolerable as I'm reading it while we wait to be dismissed.

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Amie
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Sweet and clever middle grade book about a robot who crash lands on an island and learns to fit in with the wild animals there. Great audiobook!

Sace That sounds darling! 3y
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Christine
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This has to be one of the world's sweetest sci fi stories! Simple enough for smallish children, but I feel like most readers of any age would be charmed by it. (Would be such a great animated film too!) 💚🤖💚

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Tamra
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Roz is back in October!!!! If you haven't read The Wild Robot yet, please do. The writing is beautiful and the story bittersweet. It was an especially wonderful read aloud for us since at the heart of it is an adoption story.

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HillaryCopsey
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This is the second time the 7yo has read this charming, funny book, and the 9yo and I loved it just as much.

BornReadChicago Haven't heard of this one! Adding to kids TBR 👍 3y
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kaylaraeintheway
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I absolutely loved this book! It's middle grade, but all ages should read and appreciate it's message of acceptance, kindness, and love for the natural world around us. The illustration are delightful, and I laughed out loud several times over the unexpectedly funny and adorable dialogue.
#24in48

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kaylaraeintheway
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This little book is such a delight!

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xtineengels
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Perfect snow day. Finally starting The Wild Robot - one of the best book covers of 2016, hands-down.