The Wild Robot Field Guide


By Peter Brown

With Britt Crow-Miller

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$22.99 CAD



  1. Hardcover $16.99 $22.99 CAD
  2. ebook $9.99 $12.99 CAD

Dive into the official companion to the #1 New York Times bestselling series, The Wild Robot! This guide to Roz’s wonderful world is loaded with full-color illustrations and fascinating facts – the perfect gift for Wild Robot fans new and old!

Get lost in this colorful illustrated guide to the The Wild Robot series, where you can learn all about Roz, the wild world she inhabits, and all of the interesting creatures she meets!
This official companion book brings together the beloved stories and the real environmental science behind Peter Brown’s bestselling books. From mountaintops to the deep sea, The Wild Robot Field Guide gives readers a detailed glimpse into the lives of their favorite Wild Robot characters, while also exploring the series’ themes of climate change, technology, and hope for a better world.

As entertaining as it is educational, this ultimate guide is both the ideal introduction for readers new to the Wild Robot series and the perfect gift for fans who want a closer look at the world they love. Among Peter Brown’s brilliant illustrations, find incredible facts and stories about the Wild Robot’s world (and our real one too!)– and learn how readers of any age can do their part on a wild, changing planet!


On Sale
Sep 7, 2027
Page Count
224 pages

Peter Brown

Peter Brown

About the Author

Peter Brown is the author and illustrator of many bestselling children's books, including The Wild Robot Trilogy, Children Make Terrible Pets and The Curious Garden. He is the recipient of a Caldecott Honor for Creepy Carrots!, two E.B. White Read Aloud Awards, a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book award, and a Children's Choice Award for Illustrator of the Year. Peter's website is
Dr. Britt Crow Miller is a naturalist, political ecologist, environmental educator, hiker, forager, beekeeper, and writer. Britt is on the faculty in the Departments of Environmental Conservation and Earth, Geographic and Climate Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. In addition to teaching and mentoring, Britt is also Director of the Sustainability Science graduate program at UMass. Her academic research is focused on political ecology, water politics, sustainability education, and global development. In 2018, Britt founded CityWild, a nonprofit organization with the mission of inspiring curiosity about nature through fun, exploration, and hands on learning for kids and families. When she's not writing academically, Britt writes both fiction and science based non fiction books for children. She lives in Western Massachusetts with her partner and three children. You can connect with her online at

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