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The Boy at the End of the World by

The Boy at the End of the World by Greg Van Eekhout
An introduction to science fiction for the young reader that holds it's own with any post-apocalyptic survival yarn. It has van Eekhout's distinctive humor, plenty of quirky evolutionary extrapolations and more mammoth dung than I've ever encountered in prose.

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2011 - Andre Norton nominee - Bloomsbury USA Children's Books - child protagonist - environmental apocalypse - evolution - Greg Van Eekhout - middle grade - nanotechnology - non-sentient character - novel - post-apocalyptic - robots - science fiction - survival -

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