Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Max is excited when she is chosen to partner with the school's new robot, Fuzzy. The goal is to help him become similar to a real middle school student. But as Fuzzy becomes more human, the school's evil digital evaluation system takes notice and sets out to stop them, no matter what it takes.
I love Tom Angleberger's writing and it was fun to read something focused towards slightly older readers than his incredible Origami Yoda series. Fuzzy is funny and clever; it would make a great read aloud which could lead to some interesting discussions about the testing and assessing culture in our schools.
Posted by Miss K at 12:00 AM