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  • Published: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2010.
  • Year Published: 2010
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Description: 477 p.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

Reading Level

  • Lexile: 760

ISBN/Standard Number

  • 9781416983101
  • 1416983104



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The search for WondLa

by DiTerlizzi, Tony.

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Call number: Y Science Fiction / DiTerlizzi, Tony

Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Malletts Youth, West Youth

Additional Details

Living in isolation with a robot on what appears to be an alien world populated with bizarre life forms, a twelve-year-old human girl called Eva Nine sets out on a journey to find others like her. Features "augmented reality" pages, in which readers with a webcam can access additional information about Eva Nine's world.

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This book is about how a girl's home is destroyed, and in response she sets off on a journey with her overprotective robot guardian to find the truth behind a picture.

Awesome sauce

The Search for WondLa is probably one of my favorites books ever for it's amazing pictures,and great use of words and fantasy elements.

girl finding herself in futeristic book

love this book it is great


It was okay but hard to follow. Didn't really capture my interest in the adventure.

WandLa review.

The Search For WandLa is a very entertaining book. I think Rovander is a funny character. At first, Muthr does not trust him, but in the end they come to like each other. When Eva Nine first confronts the real world, she is scared because it doesn't look like anything she'd seen before. The omnipod cannot identify anything, either. And throughout the book, Besteel is trying to catch Eva,which led to a lot of chase scenes. This book is humorous and suspenseful. In the end, it was fun to find out what WandLa really was.

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