The Junkyard Bot: Robots Rule, Book 1

Book 1 of 3 in the Robots Rule! Series
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades K - 3Grades 2 - 5n/a4.626444
Worker robots keep the high-tech town of Terabyte Heights humming, but ten-year-old George Gearing is the only one who has a robot for a best friend. When his scrappy but beloved pal Jackbot is hit by a car, the whiz kid re-engineers him with fancy parts from state-of-the-art TinkerTech Laboratories. Jackbot’s astounding new skills far exceed anything George—or even TinkerTech’s head of robotics—could ever have imagined. Will the villainous Dr. Micron destroy the whole town to see his tech-driven dream realized? Not if George can help it . . .
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published on October 7, 2014 by HMH Books for Young Readers
ISBN-10: 0544339363
ISBN-13: 9780544339361
12 Book Reviews
  • Blaze Slashover 3 years
    Amazing! George an his friend-robot Jackbot have a epic adventure in terabyte heights when the next gen city's robots go HAYWIRE! Controled by evil Dr.Micron.
    • hullo
      hulloalmost 7 years
      I love robots and want to work with robots when I grow up! So I enjoyed this book on a world run by robots!! I recommend it.
      • readingbr
        readingbralmost 7 years55 stars
        If you like robots you will love this book. It is very funny too. I got this book as one of my Summer Reading prizes and I am glad it was one of the choices.
        • bobelly
          bobellyalmost 7 years44 stars
          I liked it a lot at the start because of the robotic house and robots that ran around. It was an energized story with things happening all the time.
          • coreycole
            coreycolealmost 7 years33 stars
            my mom bought me a build your own robot kit after i read this. it was super easy to build and i wanted to make a town like in this book. my mom says i could do anything but when it comes to buildng a town of robots she said no and im not allowed to read anymore of these for awhile
            • yaya35223
              yaya35223almost 7 years44 stars
              This book was so cool! I love robots! I think they are pretty cool! I loved how all the robots in this book had different personalities!
              • spiderfire
                spiderfirealmost 7 years
                I LOVE ROBOTS! and I also love it when kids are the main characters. this book has both these things, mixed with funny parts, sprinkled in mystery, and served with a bit of adventure
                • pikachu06
                  pikachu06almost 7 years55 stars
                  a unexpected suspense . When jackbot gets stolen by Dr. Micron ,a worker at TinkerTech, George Gearing must get his friend back, while saving the world
                  • jeffdaboss
                    jeffdabossalmost 7 years55 stars
                    In George's world, things are technologically advanced. Everyone has a robot. But when his robot, Jackbot, is smashed by a car. He enters the world of Anne Droid, who is the daughter of the head of the town's source of robots. He repairs Jackbot to be a robot that can think for itself. Jackbot is great, with his big mouth and human-like programming. But when Jackbot is stolen, George knows Dr. Micron stole him. He and Anne find out Micron's plan to rule the town with his obeying robots. Before the world is taken over by robots, George, Anne, and Jackbot stop Micron's plan. But Micron gets away. But nothing is wrong in town, and all is well for George.
                    • mitch72
                      mitch72about 7 years
                      I love superheros and this story is kind of like an orgin of one so robot superheros whats not to love i reccomend this book to everybody in america

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