When Martin’s family moved house his Dad told him things would be better: he’d have more space to make his models, his sister would have her own bookshelves so she wouldn’t use his ones and Dad would be doing all his beer brewing in the garden.
Nobody said anything about a troll under the lawn!
At first they think the troll is cute and funny but things never stay that way. Soon it takes over their whole lives and they realise they should have heeded the warning they found with it:
DO NOT FEED THE TROLL!
Winner of The Wishing Shelf Awards 2015!
Things to do
Make your own Sugar the Robot bookmarks!
Why not download, colour and print your own Sugar the Robot bookmarks? Simply download the file which best suits your printer paper. Instructions are on the sheet. For those who are interested you can also download the source file for the bookmarks.
What do you think of this book?
Do you like this book? Yes or No, I’d like to ask you a favour? Would you write a review of it? The review could be on your own blog (or maybe as a guest post on a parent’s one), in a school newspaper or on a school’s pupil’s website.
Why do I want you to write a review? Because I want people to read the book (I’m really more interested in readers than sales although if you want to add a review on Amazon that would be nice) and also because I’d like to know what people think of it. That way I can work out whether what to change in any future books (or even whether to write any future books). If you do write one, I’d love to read it so please let me know.
Other Roboteers books
Read the first book in the Roboteers series
Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth – Tim is ten years old and mad about robots. He dreams of one day building his own one. When he tries to fix the robot his Grandad gave him he gets more than he bargained for! What starts as a hobby ends in a race to stop an alien invasion and save humanity.