The Robot Book

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Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media
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Richly illustrated robot book is a simple, fun read.

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Educational Value

Readers will learn about the parts of a robot.

Positive Messages

Things are more than the sum of their parts. It's what's inside that counts.

Positive Role Models & Representations

The robot is portrayed as a machine that has more value and substance than his or her elements, because he or she has a heart.

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What parents need to know

With tactile gears and cogs to turn on every page, the hardcover version of The Robot Book is much more interactive for little ones than the board book or Kindle, but all versions offer bright watercolor images and simple words that will get kids thinking.

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What's the story?

THE ROBOT BOOK​ is an incredibly simple, vividly illustrated, quick read that muses about robots, robot parts, and what makes robots tick.

Is it any good?

The Robot Book will delight very young children and get them thinking about what we're all made of. The hardback version has tactile gears and cogs for grabbing and turning, which will engage young minds. The board book and Kindle version also are captivating, with bright watercolor images and simple words that will get kids thinking about what makes us all go. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about robots. What's so fascinating about them? Why are there so many popular books and movies about them? 

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  • What are some of the robot's parts? Do you have the same parts as the robot?

  • If you built a robot, what would you make it do?

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