The Wild Robot Themes & Motifs

Peter Brown
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There are many different kinds of family.

In his novel The Wild Robot, Peter Brown argues that there are many different kinds of families. Families may have members who do not look like each other and may not even be of the same species, but that does not matter. Love, loyalty, and caring are the important things. In the novel, families take many different forms, but all have the same purpose in love, loyalty, and caring.

Across the island, the reader discovers many different families. There are families of beavers, deer, birds, geese, bears, and so on. None of these families look like other families, but they are still families. For example, bird families and bear families do not look like each other, but they are still families. These creatures recognize other species besides themselves as having families. Sometimes, groups of families come together, such as in...

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