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  • Published: 1 September 2011
  • ISBN: 9781864718713
  • Imprint: Random House Australia Children's
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 96
  • RRP: $12.99

Star League 6: Robot Reboot




S.A.M. the robot stars in ... ROBOT REBOOT!

Sam is one of the smartest kids on earth, but there are a lot of things he doesn’t quite get. When Sam gets to be too much of a know-it-all for his friends, he accepts a mysterious offer of help: a computer chip that will make him more like a normal kid.

But the chip is encoded with more than just emotions, and soon Sam finds himself being controlled by an old enemy. Can he overcome his programming and fight back, or must he obey all orders?

Illustrated throughout by Nahum Ziersch.

  • Published: 1 September 2011
  • ISBN: 9781864718713
  • Imprint: Random House Australia Children's
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 96
  • RRP: $12.99

About the authors

H.J. Harper

H.J. Harper is a children's author who lives in Melbourne. By day she works in a bookstore, spruiking her favourite wares; by night she writes stories about zombies, movie stars, ninjas and robots. H.J. Harper is the author of the Star League series and Bureau of Mysteries series.

Nahum Ziersch

Nahum Ziersch was born and raised in the Clare Valley in South Australia. From a very young age he knew he wanted to draw for a living, surrounded by very artistic parents who encouraged and nurtured his passion. As a kid he would watch Astro Boy and stacks of other cartoons in his PJs, devour comics and draw his own imaginative worlds and characters. Nahum works as a freelance illustrator in Adelaide. While his main areas of work include editorial, advertising and educational illustrations, he still has a mad passion for creating quirky and expressive characters.

Praise for Star League 6: Robot Reboot

'Written in a fast-paced, energetic style, "Star League" is an ideal series for hesitant readers, especially boys. It features plenty of intrigue, fight scenes and evil villains, all presented in a slick narrative style, interspersed with Manga-style illustrations that should also appeal to this demographic. "Star League" will add another burst of energy to the "tween" reader field; the titles are sure to be a hit with parents and young readers, and educators will be happy to have another resource to hand.' Natalie Crawford, Bookseller + Publisher, May 2011

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