Eudora Space Kid: Do the Robot!
Eudora Space Kid: Do the Robot!
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What if you are friends with the coolest robot in AstroFleet… but you’ve broken him? Book 3 in the Eudora Space Kid series, Do the Robot! is a hilariously funny, early reader sci-fi chapter book perfect for elementary-aged kids.

Eudora is a normal third grader who just happens to live on a 36 deck AstroLiner. In SPACE! As a math and science whiz who’s been adopted by what you might call . . . aliens, she has normal ambitions—like being the chief engineer on an AstroLiner. But when Eudora breaks Lootenant Commander Walter, the priceless AstroFleet robot officer, she needs a plan. Do Eudora and her best friend Arnold have the skills to trick the entire ship into thinking Walter is fine? Or will they end up in the ship’s brig? Again . . .

Brilliant for engaging emergent and early chapter book readers.

Book Details


  • Humor
  • Science Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 8 - 12
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Eudora loves living on the Athena, an Astro-liner ship in space! Sure, sometimes she gets into trouble, like the time she told the ship robot officer Walter to run on stage and steal the show during her sister's lead part in the school play, but Eudora loves the Athena. Yet, when everyone else is busy, it can get a little boring sometimes for Eudora. One day, Eudora decides that she would like to play the game Woggle, but everyone Eudora asks says that they are busy! Luckily, someone suggests that Eudora ask Walter to play, and Walter is available. However, Eudora forgets one thing!
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Eudora Space Kid: Do The Robot is an engaging sci-fi book for young readers written by David Horn. The book tells of a young girl named Eudora who lives in a spaceship. At first she tries to ruin a drama presentation because she was envious that Molly, her rival, got the role of of a tree. Well, her scheme worked out when Molly kissed Walter, the robot, instead of Molly's crush, Buck Fraser. Things seemed to go well for some time until Eudora invited Walter for a game.

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