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Noah Zarc by D. Robert Pease
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May 15, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: juvenile-scifi

This well-written sci-fi for middle graders rocks! Loved the concept, storyline, Pease’s clever play on the story of Noah’s Ark, and I especially loved twelve-year-old Noah. His wicked sense of humor and the courage he displayed during a run-in with killer robots won me over from the get-go, and my appreciation for him deepened when learning that he is also crippled. Technology from his futuristic world gives him mobility, but you get the sense even without these advancements Noah is not one that would allow his handicap to be an obstacle. Noah’s family members were also great characters. Their interaction, especially between the siblings, rang true, and the adventure was very fun. I highly recommend Noah of Zarc, and, middle grade teachers, I highly recommend that you add it to your summer reading list for your students. From quality to plot, it’s a winner!

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