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by Paul Watson
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    Paul Watson
  • ISBN:
    1595143726
  • ISBN13:
    978-1595143723
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Razorbill (July 21, 2011)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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  • FB2 format
    1888 kb
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    1124 kb
  • DJVU format
    1658 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    974
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Paul E. Watson lives in Brooklyn, New York. I read the book myself first, (it really WAS a page-turner) and thought the plot-twists were incredibly well done.

Paul E. It is true that there is mention of some "sexy" stuff in here, but nothing ever culminates, and, let's face it, middle schoolers are starting to think about this stuff.

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Meanwhile, enjoy the weekend everyone!

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Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson is a 2011 documentary film directed by Trish Dolman and produced by Kevin Eastwood. It follows radical conservationist Paul Watson during anti-whaling campaigns in the Antarctic in 2009 and 2010, and recounts his history and controversial methods as an activist and media personality. It premiered May 1, 2011 at the Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival.

Science-loving Gabe and girl-crazy Dover are best friends. In fact, they're practically each other's only friends  . While Gabe and Dover argue over "Trina," the robot flees the lab. The chase is on! Before the day is over, she'll expose a traitorous plot, catapult two geeky freshmen to high school fame, and try to assassinate Dr. Phil!

Science-loving Gabe and girl-crazy Dover are best friends.

Culture, controversy, contrarianism.

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by. Watson, Paul E. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. High school students, Geeks (Computer enthusiasts), Robots, Robots, High schools, Schools, Science fiction, Robots, High schools. New York : Razorbill. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on May 14, 2015. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

The Robot - e-Buku karangan Paul Watson. Baca buku ini menggunakan apl Buku Google Play pada PC, peranti android atau iOS anda. Muat turun untuk bacaan luar talian, menyerlahkan, menandai halaman atau mengambil nota sambil anda membaca The Robot. So when Gabe's parents leave town for the weekend, he lets Dover convince him to break into his father's basement laboratory-even though he knows it's off-limits under penalty of lifelong grounding. Once inside, the boys make a shocking discovery, one that will turn a boring weekend into a hilarious madcap adventure: a smoking hot robot! While Gabe and Dover argue over "Trina," the robot flees the lab.

Canadian journalist Paul Watson has been covering world events and wars for nearly two decades. While at the Toronto Star he earned several National Newspaper awards for social and cultural reporting. Watson earned international acclaim and the 1994 Pulitzer Priz. ore about Paul Watson.

Science-loving Gabe and girl-crazy Dover are best friends. In fact, they're practically each other's only friends. So when Gabe's parents leave town for the weekend, he lets Dover convince him to break into his father's basement laboratory-even though he knows it's off-limits under penalty of lifelong grounding. Once inside, the boys make a shocking discovery, one that will turn a boring weekend into a hilarious madcap adventure: a smoking hot robot! While Gabe and Dover argue over "Trina," the robot flees the lab. The chase is on! Before the day is over, she'll expose a traitorous plot, catapult two geeky freshmen to high school fame, and try to assassinate Dr. Phil!

Fearlessdweller
I gave this book to my 7th grade son and he absolutely devoured it! FOUR TIMES! He shared with me the other day that he keeps it in his backpack and reads it on the bus every day on the way to and from school. It's a wild, crazy, hair-brained story about a beautiful female robot accidentally programmed to kill Dr. Phil, but the writing is really strong, and it's beautifully targeted to the real essence of what it is like to be a boy growing up in the world today--a world very different than the one most of us parents grew up in. I read the book myself first, (it really WAS a page-turner) and thought the plot-twists were incredibly well done. It is true that there is mention of some "sexy" stuff in here, but nothing ever culminates, and, let's face it, middle schoolers are starting to think about this stuff. We can try to hide it from them, or we can find books that they find captivating, and that generate conversation. I have never in my life seen my kid read a book four times in a row. And these multiple readings have generated all kinds of interesting conversations between me and my son. Interestingly enough, he has been fascinated by the meaning behind some of Dr. Phil's ideology, trying to think through whether he agrees with it or not. Go figure.

I give it five stars, not because it is destined to be a literary classic, but because it got my son reading, and reading, and talking, and talking, and interacting with me in a way that brought us closer!
Dainris
Horribly written geek teen "I want to have sex book" completely inappropriate for the intended age group. Parents who let their kids read this kind of junk is exactly what continues to be wrong in America. Grow up parents, and maybe your kids will also.
Tetaian
I recently purchased this book for a middle school collection based on SLJ's recommendation for grades 7-up. Amazon also recommends this book for grades 12-up. Are they kidding? This book should be grades 8 or 9-up. The vulgar language is somewhat questionable, but the real issue is sex-crazed freshmen boys--sex-crazed to the point that they want to have sex with a robot. This reminded me of Weird Science and I Love You, Beth Cooper--funny stories, but not age appropriate for most 12 year olds. This will be moving out of the middle school collection and up to the high school.