by Tom Angleberger, Paul Dellinger


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781419721229
Publisher: Amulet Books
Publication date: 08/16/2016
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 665,606
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.90(d)
Lexile: 700L (what's this?)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Tom Angleberger is the author of the bestselling Origami Yoda series, as well as Horton Halfpott and Fake Mustache, both Edgar Award nominees, the Qwikpick Papers series, and the Inspector Flytrap series. He lives in Christiansburg, Virginia, with his wife, the author/illustrator Cece Bell. www.origamiyoda.com.

Paul Dellinger is a former newspaper reporter who writes science fiction and fantasy stories, many of which are collected in the book Mr. Lazarus and Other Stories.

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Fuzzy 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
YoungMensanBookParade More than 1 year ago
Maxine Zelaster loves robots, so when a highly sophisticated robot named Fuzzy arrives at her school, it's natural for her to be extremely excited. Fuzzy is part of the Robot Integration program, and he is designed to use "fuzzy logic", hence his name. As the seventh grade drags on, Max and Fuzzy become fast friends, or at least, as close as you can get with a machine. However, soon they find out some rather terrifying things about their Vice Principal Barbara, who is also a robot. How far is Fuzzy willing to go for Max? And when Max finds out what the military truly has in store for Fuzzy, can she save him in time? I did not like this book at all, and I think this was due to the fact that I had read much better books on this topic. I felt that this was meant for younger children, and even though the main characters are in seventh grade, a seventh grader would be bored out of their mind before even the halfway point. I took a longer time to read this book because I simply wasn't interested in it. I would recommend it to the 7-9 age group, because they're the right age to still be fascinated with robots, but they don't want to read a picture book. I really had high hopes for this book, because it is written by Tom Angleberger, who has written many prestigious books, but I was disappointed by the result. Maybe you might see something in this book that I have been blind to, but I highly doubt it. This book was a big waste of time. Salonee V, age 11, Metropolitan Washington Mensa