The Junkyard Bot: Robots Rule, Book 1 by C. J. RichardsThe Junkyard Bot: Robots Rule, Book 1 by C. J. Richards

The Junkyard Bot: Robots Rule, Book 1

byC. J. RichardsIllustratorGoro Fujita

Paperback | May 10, 2016

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There?s nothing more heartwarming than a story of a boy and his . . . robot. This fun, futuristic page-turner for middle graders now in paperback.George Gearing is a whiz with mechanics, which isn't surprising, since his uncle runs a scrapyard. George has a ton of friends-but unfortunately they are all either robotic or over 65. But when his best bot, Jackbot, gets an unexpected upgrade, things start to change. Jackbot's amazing new abilities catch the eye of Dr. Micron, head of robotics at TinkerTech, and suddenly George thinks that his future isn't so bleak after all. Then Jackbot is kidnapped, and all the robots in town start losingcontrol. Suddenly it's up to George and his new friend Anne to test their mettle and save the day.
C. J. Richards has loved tinkering with gadgets since he was a little boy. He remembers fondly the time he accidentally blew up his father's radio after some experimental rewiring. Mr. Richards lives with his wife, his cat, and his eight televisions. Goro Fujita has been fascinated by drawing since childhood. He was born in Japan...
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Title:The Junkyard Bot: Robots Rule, Book 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 7.63 × 5.13 × 0.54 inPublished:May 10, 2016Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:054466843X

ISBN - 13:9780544668430

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Young robot enthusiasts will surely be amused." -Kirkus "A humorous, fast-paced, action-packed science fiction novel." -School Library Journal "Clever, whimsical, and fast-paced, this adventure never loses its sense of fun." -Publishers Weekly "Amusing names? loads of action, and comical observations combine with Fujita's anime-inspired illustrations to offer a spirited beginning to a fun series." -Booklist Online "The snappy pace and straightforward storytelling give this accessibility to a younger crowd, while Fujita's occasional digital artwork complements the story's techy underpinnings and adds a bit of visual interest. Aspiring mechanics will be inspired by what Jackbot and his cohorts can do." -Bulletin "