By James Patterson, Juliana Neufeld
During this new illustrated middle-grade sequence from James Patterson, a rare robotic symptoms up for a normal 5th grade class... and simple college is just not the same!
It was once by no means effortless for Sammy Hayes-Rodriguez to slot in, so he's dreading the day while his genius mother insists he deliver her most recent invention to varsity: a jogging, speaking robotic he calls E—for "Error". Sammy's no stranger to robots—his home is jam-packed with a colourful forged of them. yet this one not just thinks it's Sammy's brother... it's really even nerdier than Sammy. Will E be Sammy's one-way price tag to Loserville? Or will he end up to the realm that it's cool to be sq.? It's a roller-coaster experience for Sammy to find the superb mystery E holds which could switch kin forever... if all is going good at the trial run!
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