The Search for WondLa

The Search for WondLa

Book - 2010
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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.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781416983101
1416983104
Characteristics: 477 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Search for Wond-La

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BudgiesNbooks
Jul 17, 2017

Amazing. Absolutely. I can't even begin describing how wonderful the artwork is, and the story itself is ten times better. Wow.

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archanaanoop
Jun 29, 2016

One of my friends recommended this book to me and I love it. The whole series is amazing, fascinating and full of Adventure. The artwork is really cool. This is really one of the best books ever and if you haven't read this book I highly recommend it.

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Wildflower238
May 30, 2016

It's a really great book. Try it!

LibrLdyMapleValley Jan 23, 2015

Tony DiTerlizzi has created yet another fascinating world for readers to explore in The Search for Wondla. This world is filled with monstrous creatures that wander aimlessly like a walking forest, others that lurk under sand and dirt waiting patiently for lunch to come along. There are robots of all sizes and plants that eat birds and little girls if given the chance. It's a world teeming with life and excitement and danger. This is the world that Eva Nine is tossed into after the destruction of her enclosed, protected underground habitat. Eva Nine is the only human as far as she knows. She lives with a robot caretaker who feeds and educates her and keeps her safe until the day the marauder comes hunting for unique specimens for a museum of oddities. Eva Nine is definitely odd as the only human around.
Once she's out in the wide and wild world she and her robot discover that all the information they had about surviving on the surface of the earth seems to be completely wrong. With the help of some of the nicer (sort of) creatures Eva takes a journey of discovery that takes her places she never dreamed of in search of others like herself.
True to form DiTerlizzi has given his readers a page turning, nonstop action story full of unique and often terrifying characters and places. It is a book that was brought to my attention by six different kids who thought it was the best book ever and said I had to read it. They were right! It also has an online component (requiring a webcam) that is pretty cool and adds dimensions to the story that the book doesn't have. Jump in and hang on!

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Hippppp1997
Jul 10, 2014

I love this book because it is so interesting and kind of bored but I enjoyed it because they are hard word that I don't understand. They are sentences that are hard to read. After that I enjoyed it

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sarwins
Jun 01, 2014

I love this series. it is an awesome story about Eva's journey to find a home and a family. I just got done reading the first two again and their just as good. the third one came out this year.

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blue_bear_910
May 26, 2014

I love this book and the whole series.

KCLSKidsGenre Mar 05, 2014

When "The Search for WondLa" first came out I missed it but it was strongly recommended to me by three different kids. And then they checked back to see if I'd read it yet! It's wonderfully unique in its characters, world and plot. The artwork that goes with it is excellent and there are computer components to it as well if you have the right hardware. Tony DiTerlizzi at his best!

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OneRepublicFan
Jun 29, 2013

What I most liked about this book was the amazing illustrations that where throughout the whole book, as an artist i really appreciate them. the book had a really good story line- a girl on a strange world searching for other humans. some parts i just got bored because it was too dragged out. but overall i think its a pretty good read. and i would recommend it:)

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GeomeunTokki
Dec 07, 2012

i really liked this book. i am going to read the 2nd book soon but i cant wait for the 3rd book already! <3

i recommend the Infernal Devices series and the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare. the two series are connected. Also you should read the Infernal Devices first because its the prequel series to the Mortal instruments.

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Jun 02, 2017

black_porcupine_26 thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over

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orange_tiger_538 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

KCLSKidsGenre Mar 05, 2014

KCLSKidsGenre thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 14

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Wildflower238
May 30, 2016

I'm dead,or couldn't you tell? I'm gone. Deceased. No more. Deeeaaaaad!

-Eva Nine
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Hippppp1997
Jul 10, 2014

" He is moving away," Muthr said in her calm voice as she studied the radar on the Omnipod

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Wildflower238
May 30, 2016

Eva!s home is destroyed. She and muthr, her robot guardian, and Rovender journey together to escape form the huntsman, and find another human.

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Hippppp1997
Jul 10, 2014

Other: They are some hard words that people might not know

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