The Wild Robot Escapes

The Wild Robot Escapes

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?...

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Title:The Wild Robot Escapes
Author:Peter Brown
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Edition Language:English

The Wild Robot Escapes Reviews

  • Aliza Werner

    Fans of THE WILD ROBOT, you will fall in love all over again with Roz and her adventures. This sequel was unputdownable. Middle grade perfection. Heart, joy, love, sacrifice...and what it means to know a home.

  • Mary Lee

    I literally gasped aloud when I opened the package and found this inside. There might have been bright lights and trumpet music.

    Every now and then, miracles do occur in Readerland.

  • Beth Parmer

    To get lost in the pages of a book, to be so immersed in another world that tears flow, gasps escape and smiles form, could anything be more grand? Another work of brilliance by Peter Brown.

  • Niki

    Fantastic sequel to the Wild Robot. Just as sweet and simple as the first, The Wild Robot Escapes did not disappoint! Roz has been rebuilt and is working on a large dairy farm. Typical of Roz, she befriends all the animals (and the children), but longs for her life on the island as a wild robot, especially her goose son, Brightbill. Her kindness to others results in them wanting to show her kindness too and help her return to where she feels most at peace. However, there are a lot of obstacles t

    Fantastic sequel to the Wild Robot. Just as sweet and simple as the first, The Wild Robot Escapes did not disappoint! Roz has been rebuilt and is working on a large dairy farm. Typical of Roz, she befriends all the animals (and the children), but longs for her life on the island as a wild robot, especially her goose son, Brightbill. Her kindness to others results in them wanting to show her kindness too and help her return to where she feels most at peace. However, there are a lot of obstacles that stand in the way of that journey!

    The simplicity of the writing and how the story unfolds is one of the most charming aspects of this middle grade novel. It is absolutely delightful. The Wild Robot Escapes would be a great read aloud novel in a grade 2-5 classroom and definitely a novel that should be included in school and classroom libraries. Judging by how popular my daughter's copy has been, I would also say it makes a fabulous gift for a young reader!

  • Amanda  Schreiber

    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!

  • Leslie Ann

    So happy to read about Roz and Brightbill again. This series is a must read for middle grades!!

  • The Captain

    Ahoy there me mateys! I fell in love with Roz in the first book, the wild robot. While I try to post no spoilers, if ye haven’t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post. If ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril . . .

    It was wonderful to be readin’ about Roz again and seeing how she handles the new obstacles in her path. Unlike the first book that happens in the wild, this book finds Roz dealing with humans and farming and cities. As al

    Ahoy there me mateys! I fell in love with Roz in the first book, the wild robot. While I try to post no spoilers, if ye haven’t read the first book then ye might want to skip this post. If ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril . . .

    It was wonderful to be readin’ about Roz again and seeing how she handles the new obstacles in her path. Unlike the first book that happens in the wild, this book finds Roz dealing with humans and farming and cities. As always she is gregarious, hard-working, thoughtful, compassionate, and fabulous. I adored her entire time working on the farm.

    Another quick and lovely read by the author. His illustrations were wonderful and heartwarming. While I be satisfied with the conclusion of the series, closing that final page was bittersweet. I will miss the further adventures of Roz but know she can surely handle anything that comes her way.

    And like I said before, this be categorized as middle-grade. Bah! Don’t let that stop ye! I don’t put age limits on things. Everyone should read about Roz the robot.

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  • Lola  Reviewer

    I was hoping for a sequel, and luckily enough, my wish was granted.

    It was a pleasure to see Roz again, because she truly is the most wonderful robot I have ever met, and this comes straight from the mouth of someone who, as a general rule, would rather read about anything other than metallic creatures.

    But Roz is like no other existing robot. For one, she can speak to animals, not only humans. Moreover, she genuinely cares about the world and its inhabitants, not because she was programmed to,

    I was hoping for a sequel, and luckily enough, my wish was granted.

    It was a pleasure to see Roz again, because she truly is the most wonderful robot I have ever met, and this comes straight from the mouth of someone who, as a general rule, would rather read about anything other than metallic creatures.

    But Roz is like no other existing robot. For one, she can speak to animals, not only humans. Moreover, she genuinely cares about the world and its inhabitants, not because she was programmed to, but because she discovered that there is true beauty on the planet and that the people/animals on it contribute to it.

    In this story, Roz is separated from the community she managed to become part of on the island that became her home. Most heartbreaking of all, she is separated from her son… who is a goose, yes, yes. While her new family could surely have been much worse, she does not feel as though she belongs on a farm, so far away from her own family.

    So she plans to escape. But she cannot do it alone, so perhaps the animals and her new family will help in some way? The farm is nothing like the island she came to know as well as her own robot parts, so she needs as much help as she can get.

    What a beautiful, if a little bittersweet, conclusion. My copy did not include all the adorable pictures that I fell head over heels for in the first book, but certainly the final copy will. Fortunately, it did not affect my reading experience for the worst, as I am used to books without illustrations, but I cannot wait to see the finished work all the same.

    I’m so glad Peter Brown decided to write this continuation and final book. I, and I’m sure a lot of other readers, needed it. I am now entirely satisfied with this story and can sleep soundly knowing all is well that ends well.

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  • Skip

    I liked the sequel as much as the original book. Roz the robot was captured at the end of the first book, and has been refurbished to work as a robot a farm, where she befriends both the animals and the farmer's children with her outgoing personality. However, she misses her gosling son, Brightbill, and her animal friends from the island, and makes a plan to return home when migrating geese help her reunite with Brightbill. As she runs away, she faces many obstacles, but is helped by a number of

    I liked the sequel as much as the original book. Roz the robot was captured at the end of the first book, and has been refurbished to work as a robot a farm, where she befriends both the animals and the farmer's children with her outgoing personality. However, she misses her gosling son, Brightbill, and her animal friends from the island, and makes a plan to return home when migrating geese help her reunite with Brightbill. As she runs away, she faces many obstacles, but is helped by a number of sympathizers, who have heard of her kindness. Eventually though, she is captured by the robot police and returned to the factory, where her programming malfunction (i.e., personality) needs to be terminated. Read both books, and find out what happens. Cute and good fun for late elementary or middle school age readers.

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