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Robot Zot!

by Jon Scieszka

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On a mission to conquer planet Earth, tiny but fearless Robot Zot and his mechanical sidekick leave a path of destruction as they battle kitchen appliances.
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This book is about ta little robot who lands on earth and fights various house hold appliances. IN the end he fights for another robot toy and the two fly off into space with one another.
  JenB21 | Feb 19, 2018 |
This little robot has it all wrong. But you can't feel bad for him when in his perspective he's a wild, unmitigated success! I had to point a lot out to my kids, but we all rolled with laughter as Zot "conquered" Earth, fell in love with a queen, and saved the day - while only not really doing any of those things. ( )
  lissabeth21 | Oct 3, 2017 |
Genre: Fantasy
Media: I am at a loss, I literally don't even have a guess
This book is fantasy because it talks about a robot defeating "earth" which is really just the kitchen. I would use this book in my classroom because kids love robots. And it also talks about how he saves the queen which I think would be perfect for girls. ( )
  ShayleeHutchison | Mar 3, 2016 |
52 months - ok but didn't really get the "must read repeatedly" treatment. ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
This science fiction book follows ROBOT ZOT the Wham and Bam Bot. He lands on a planet as declares he will "crush lot." Though he crashes in someone's back yard, he soon finds his way into the house and begins destroying all the foes that lay ahead... He defeats the whisk, coffee pot, and blender in the kitchen, and turns to see "Earth's shiny Captain," the toaster. Just when he thought he was done, his ears heard a blasting noise coming from another room! As he makes his way towards the voice, he becomes entangled in monstrous cords lying in his path (vacuum cleaner) as a man is seen scratching in his head in the kitchen, wondering what in the world happened? When Robot Zot finally escaped the evil clutches of the vacuum cleaner, he faces his foe head on and decimates him. The robot soon finds himself in another room and rescues the Queen (a toy telephone) from the evil guard and scary sentry (dolls) holding her captive. Robot Zot makes it outside with the Queen but finds himself stopped dead in his tracks by yet another enemy who "Woofs" quite a bit. Though Robot Zot is willing to fight the foe until the bitter end, he disappears leaving Zot victorious. In the background, we see the man in the house picking up the dog and walking back inside. Robot Zot and his Queen take off from earth on their way to save more days in galaxies far away. The ending page shows the man yelling at the distressed dog in the destroyed kitchen. ( )
  Miss_Annie_O | Apr 10, 2015 |
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