My Robot Buddy

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Harper Collins, Jun 12, 1986 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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On Jack's tenth birthday, his parents give him just what he wants - a robot. The robot's name is Danny One, and he looks just like Jack, except for his stiff-in-the-knees robot walk. He can do everything Jack can do, from fourth-grade math to fishing, and much more besides. It's a good thing too, because Jack needs all the help he can get in order to foil an evil robotnapper!

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User Review  - John Loyd - Goodreads

My Robot Buddy (1975) 70 pages by Alfred Slote. Al is my favorite author. Not that I like his stories the best, it's that I enjoy talking with him, and he is one of the most pleasant people that I've ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joseph - Goodreads

This is the very first book I fell in love with, or perhaps I was obsessed with it? I remember reading it so many times as a kid that the school librarian bought me my own copy, which was probably done to save money on those little checkout cards. Read full review


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Alfred Slote is the author of over thirty books, most of them for young people. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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