Your Very Own Robot

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Scholastic Australia, 2008 - Adventure - 64 pages
5 Reviews
Your parents are scientists. One day, they throw some pieces of a robot into the rubbish. If you can figure out how to put the pieces together, you'll have a robot of your very own! But do you know enough to control it? Or will it take over your school?

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Review: Your Very Own Robot (Choose Your Own Adventure: Young Readers #4)

User Review  - Ron Gastgeb - Goodreads

Ah, my first Choose Your Own Adventure book. I'm fairly sure that it no longer exists, having disintegrated under the stress of thousands of re-reads (I had to be sure that I'd read every possible story). Read full review

Review: Your Very Own Robot (Choose Your Own Adventure: Young Readers #4)

User Review  - Josiah - Goodreads

I like this book. The plot of Your Very Own Robot may imperfectly toe the line between realism and obvious fantasy at times, but that mix kind of works for how the book is done. Even when the story's ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

R. A. Montgomery was born in Connecticut in 1936. He graduated from Williams College and attended graduate school at Yale University and New York University. In 1975, he co-founded Vermont Crossroads Press to publish books for young readers. In 1977, the Choose Your Own Adventure series started when he published Ed Packard's interactive children's book Sugarcane Island. He wrote the second book in the series, Journey Under the Sea, using the pen name Robert Mountain. After selling his interest in the publishing house, he took the series to Bantam, where he, Packard, and others wrote the books. In 2000, Bantam stopped publishing new books in the series. In 2003, Montgomery and his wife founded Chooseco, which re-launched the series. He wrote over fifty books for the series including Gus vs. the Robot King, which was published in September 2014. He died on November 9, 2014 at the age of 78.

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