Robot Girl

Paperback

A futuristic drama full of suspense from the award-winning Malorie Blackman. What do you do when your dad has created a monster? That's Claire's dilemma when her father reveals the latest project in his lab. It's hideous – but can Claire bring herself to destroy it? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

A futuristic drama full of suspense from the UK Children's Laureate 2013-2015. Claire is keen to find out what her dad has been working on in his lab. He's been really excited about it and Claire knows it must be something that will make him even more famous. But the big reveal isn't at all what she expected and now Claire has a dilemma on her hands – what do you do when your dad has created a monster…? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-459-8

Publication Date

03-02-2015

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A futuristic drama full of suspense from the award-winning Malorie Blackman. What do you do when your dad has created a monster? That's Claire's dilemma when her father reveals the latest project in his lab. It's hideous – but can Claire bring herself to destroy it? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

A futuristic drama full of suspense from the UK Children's Laureate 2013-2015. Claire is keen to find out what her dad has been working on in his lab. He's been really excited about it and Claire knows it must be something that will make him even more famous. But the big reveal isn't at all what she expected and now Claire has a dilemma on her hands – what do you do when your dad has created a monster…? Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

Author

Malorie Blackman, Illustrated by Matthew Griffin

Malorie Blackman was the eighth Children’s Laureate and is one of the UK’s most popular children’s authors. She has won, amongst a raft of other prizes, the Children’s Book Award and is the force behind YALC. In 2005 she was honoured with the Eleanor Farjeon Award and in 2008 she received an OBE for services to children’s literature. She has been described by The Times as ‘a national treasure’. She lives in Kent.