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Eleven year old Olly has a very special delivery - a 3D printing
machine, stamped with PROPERTY OF M.O.D and BRITISH SPACE AGENCY.
WARNING. DO NOT TAMPER, which has magical powers... It has a name,
it speaks, and it can print ANYTHING Olly asks it to - a never-ending
supply of sweets, a swimming pool in the shed - but what
Olly really wants is... his dad, who has separated from his mum and
moved out of the family home. Cue the creation of Dad-Bot - he
looks just like Dad (on a good day) but is totally chaotic - and
his antics tip Olly and co into a heart-racing and heart-warming
adventure!

The Everything Machine Reviews | Toppsta

9781407138558
  • ISBN: 9781407138558
  • Pub Date: 2nd February 2017
  • Publisher: Scholastic
  • Imprint: Scholastic
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 368

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5th March '17
Aaronthecooldude read it themselves aged 7 aged 7
The Everything Machine 9781407138558
5 stars
I really enjoyed this book. Olly has a 3D printer that can print anything he wants, from sweets to a new dad. I would love to have a machine just like this! I kept reading this book because so many exciting things happen and I couldn't put it down.
1st June '18
Maya23 read it themselves aged 11 aged 11
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5 stars
My daughter had read this several times. She loves it. She's 11 now, but first read it when she was 10. I think she loved the secret adventure side of the story. 
12th March '17
Harryb17 read it themselves aged 10 aged 10
The Everything Machine 9781407138558
5 stars
I loved this book because it was hilarious, quite dramatic and full of suspense. I loved Russell who was the machine, it was a really clever idea. I couldn't stop reading this. It was amazing and I will be reading more by this author. 
13th March '17
Calvin read it themselves aged 11 aged 11
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5 stars
In this book the children get a muddled order and instead of a rabbit hutch arriving, they end up with a big 3D printer, that can print almost anything.  I like this book because it is really funny.  The children in the book are obsessed with a game, which is just like my friends, so I can associate with them.
8th March '17
PosyPie read it themselves aged 10 aged 10
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5 stars
This book is absolutely amazing!
It is hilarious, gripping, a fantastic story line and characters with strong personalties.
What will happen when a 3D printer prints their dream, which ends up turning into a nightmare!

Thanks Toppsta for this fabulous book which I really liked reading and would recommend to everyone that I know!
7th April '17
I read it to Josh aged 8 aged 8 & to Sam aged 7 aged 7
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5 stars
The Everything Machine appealed to my children the minute it arrived. It's bright cover is extremely attractive and the boys thought the characters looked fun. We were not to be disappointed. Olly,Stevie and Bird were interesting and very life like.

Olly receives a top secret package instead of the rabbit hutch he had ordered and inside is the most advanced 3D printer you can imagine. Many adventures with the printer happen including printing a robot version of their father with terrible consequences.

Each chapter seemed more exciting than the next and with lots of cliffhangers the boys begged for more and more chapters!

This would appeal to children who love computer games and adventure. For us this book was very like our every day life!
5th February '17
H Adams read it themselves aged 7 aged 7
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5 stars
If I had a 3D printer I would make sweets just like Olly did. I really enjoyed reading this book because Olly created his dad, called Mister Rob from his 3D printer. Olly's dad has moved out of his house. 

Mister Rob ruins Olly's little brother Stevie's room because Stevie asked him to tidy it up. 

Olly can ask the 3D printer to make anything! The 3D printer is called Russell. 

I like it because it's sort of a drama but also a happy story. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes reading fun stories. 
14th November '17
Jack from London read it themselves aged 9 aged 9
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5 stars
this book is about a 3D printer  that can print anything  from a never ending supply of sweets or a swimming pool in your shed. I loved this book because it was really funny note  to  parents  it is a  bit sad in the middle     enjoy  
4th March '17
I read it myself (an adult)
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5 stars
A Classic Tale Of Be Careful What You Wish For, It Might Come True.
10th March '17
Hermione read it themselves aged 8 aged 8
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5 stars
I loved this book! It was so funny and made me think about what I'd do with an everything machine! Ollie was my favourite character. I've told all my friends to read it because it's such a great book! 
4th March '17
Westy10 read it themselves aged 11 aged 11
The Everything Machine 9781407138558
5 stars
The Everything machine.Wow,where to start!. A rollercoaster adventure, this book kept me guessing from beginning to end. The cover promises an awesome tale and this promise is very much kept. When I first picked up this book I thought of another story, The Imagination box, however these books could not be more different. I loved this book because it was very pacey, and whilst it is not a key thing I look for in a book, it is certainly kept me begging for the next piece of the action.

My favourite character has to be Stevie, the happy, bubbly brother of the main character. His positive attitude and hilarious antics really made the book the funny thing it is.
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