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Rise of the Snot-Bots
Rise of the Snot-Bots
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Rise of the Snot-Bots

Deep under Electropolis, Sludge is watching from the Fartress of Foulitude as his arch enemies, the Clean Team, are awarded the Key to the City. Disgusted by the sanitary ceremony, the master of muck sets out to put his squeaky-clean rivals in their place for good! Will the Snot-Bot leader’s fiendish scheme succeed? Or will the Clean Team foil his plot before his filthy crew can ruin the city?

Reading LevelGrades 1-3
Interest LevelGrades 3-5
Lexile Level640L
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandZone Books
Page Dimensions5" x 7"
Page Count40
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $23.99 School/Library Price

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School Library Journal

"In an overview of the backstory, readers learn that a radiation leak from a nuclear plant adjoining a junk yard has caused mutations to scrap metal, forming crude, rude robots bent on fouling the town. Just as the mayor is presenting the key to Electropolis to members of the Clean Team, Sludge and his band of Snot-Bots arrive in their Vomit Comet to drop a gush of greasy oil on ­everybody assembled. Glint and Gleam from the Clean Team use their power washers with bleach and hot water to beat back the threat. The key is stolen by the ­Snot-Bots, but later replaced with a new one as the villains are hosed down with soapy water. The volume concludes with a glossary, including words highlighted in the text such as detergent and putrid, and a brief list of discussion questions and writing prompts. Simple illustrations are abundant throughout and well-integrated with the design. There is very little plot to speak of. Characters and their powers are not developed within the story, which is written at a first to third grade reading level. VERDICT Rife with typical fart and burp humor but offering little else, this one is best passed over." - School Library Journal

February 1, 2023

John Sazaklis

John Sazaklis

John Sazaklis spent part of life working in a family coffee shop, the House of Donuts. The other part, he spent drawing and writing stories. He has illustrated Spider-Man books and written Batman books for HarperCollins. He has also created toys used in MAD Magazine.

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