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This is War

The Robot Federation and the Feline Empire have been at war for eons. And now that fight is coming to a tiny primitive planetoidEarth. The mission for both cats and robots: retrieve the Singularity Chip. With it, cats can live past their nine lives, and robots are granted eternal battery life.Meanwhile, twin siblings Max and Min Wengrod are as different as can be. Min always gets good grades, and she loves to read and build robots. Max hates school, and prefers to play games and spend time online with friends.When Max rescues two kittens and is determined to keep them, Min is horrified that these furballs could ruin her chances at the Battle of the Bots competition. But with hidden forces at play in their own house, and the larger war between cats and robotsfast approaching, will the twins be able to put aside their differences before they get caught in the crossfire?...

Title : This is War
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ISBN : 9780062665706
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 pages
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This is War Reviews

  • Kari Ramadorai

    There's definitely a readership out there.

  • Cynthia Parkhill

    Cats vs. Robots -- This Is War is a delightful and entertaining read. It's the first book in a new children's book series by Margaret Stohl and Lewis Peterson.

    The story centers around two galactic empires that consist of seemingly polar opposites -- the Robots, or "Binars," obsessed with order and rules, and the Cats, for whom rules are "generally meant to be followed--but only if you felt like it."

    These civilizations' epic battle is now coming to Earth, where humans have invented a "Singularity

  • Amy

    Dear Bumbles of all ages.... I’m about to introduce you to a new rollicking good time of a middle grade novel! “Cats Vs. Robots... This Is War,” by Margaret Stohl and Lewis Peterson is just soooo much fun! Had you any idea that a Great War is being fought on the sly in front of our faces? Me either. Who will win? The cats or the robots? I’m not spoiling it for you! Secret federations and spying abound in this attention grabbing novel! I absolutely recommend this delightful book for middle age an ...more

  • Nicole Wagner

    A really cute chapter book. I'd pick up the second one if it was already written.

  • Staci

    I received an Advance Reader's Edition of the book from the publisher in a contest.

    Cats Vs. Robots: This is War is the first book in a series. Marketing has been pushing how this book relates to STEM (my preference is STEAM-don't forget the "A" for the Arts) and incorporates concepts related to binary and non-binary thought.

    With binary, it is yes and no, black and white, girl or boy, etc. We have that duality throughout the book. First with the cats and robots themselves. The Great Feline Empire

  • Sara

    Interesting take on the children's sci-fi realm. Enjoyed that the authors did not conform to gender norms with an non-binary character and by making the brother the empathetic and caring sibling and the sister the science focused.