Andrew Lost is a series of children’s science fiction adventure novels written by J. C. Greenburg and published by Random House from 2002 to 2008. It features a boy inventor named Andrew Dubble whose inventions rarely work the way he expects them to.
Andrew is always busy making new inventions. But Andrew makes lots of mistakes, too.
For example, the Atom Sucker was supposed to shrink Andrew down to insect size so he could write a great report on ants. But he accidentally shrunk himself so small he could use the period at the end of this sentence as a trampoline. He also shrunk his cousin Judy and his best friend, Thudd, a little silver robot who knows a lot. Thudd says, “Invention plus mistake make adventure!”
But most people don’t have adventures inside a dog’s nose or on the outside of a soap bubble.
Do you want to know more about Andrew’s adventures? Do you want to have some adventures of your own?