Science No Fair!
Project Droid #1
Nancy Krulik, Amanda Burwasser, Mike Moran
- 112 Pages
- September 6, 2016
- ISBN: 9781510710283
- Series: Project Droid
- Imprint: Sky Pony Press
- Trim Size: 5.250in x 7.630in
- Hilarious story about a slightly crazy science and engineering experiment
- Logan Applebaum tries to keep his new robot cousin, Java, a secret
- Logan’s science fair rivals steal Java, and Logan worries they’ll discover Java’s true identity
If you thought your science fair experience was nerve-wracking, try being Logan Applebaum. One day, his inventor mother declares that she made a new robot cousin for Logan, Java. Java might be incredibly bright, but he’ll also be quite the handful. Logan had a picture of how the third grade would go. Java was not part of that picture.
As the third grade science fair gets closer and the kids prepare for their experiments, Logan thinks Java will come in handy. He can at least help Logan beat the Silverspoon twins, who always win everything. Unfortunately for Logan, the twins Sherry and Jerry steal Java as their partner. Even worse, these kids become suspicious. Can Logan work quickly enough to keep a crazy experiment from becoming a crazier disaster?
Join mother-daughter author duo Nancy Krulik and Amanda Burwasser as they introduce the comedic pair of Logan and Java. This first installment of their Project Droid #1 story reminds readers of Amelia Bedelia with a delightful modern edge. Science No Fair! is an excellent pre- bedtime book choice.
[F]unny enough to keep fledgling readers turning pages." Kirkus Reviews