The Wild Robot Setting

Peter Brown
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The Island

A never named island is the main setting of the novel. According to the history kept by the turtles, the island was once part of a mountain range that was flooded by rising sea levels and worsening storms. The island, then a mountain, appeared when the waters rose. The island is populated by a diverse population of animals, ranging from foxes and bears to squirrels and hares.

Much of the shoreline of the island is rocky, while most of the interior of the island is full of forests and small meadows and clearings. It is off the coast of the island that the first cargo ship sinks at the beginning of the novel, leading to Roz being washed ashore. The island is difficult for Roz to handle at first because it is wild and full of unfriendly animals. As time goes on, Roz gets used to the...

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