A quick take on an interactive children’s book
In this “off the shelf” video review, Mr. Alex tells us all about Make Me a Robot an interactive book for children ages 3 to 8.
From Mark Rogalski, author of Make Me a Monster!
Make Me a Robot is an interactive board book for young readers and lovers of robots.
Build this mechanical playmate by lifting 15 flaps—from handy gadgets to jet-like wings—until the book is fully transformed.
Brimming with inventive die-cuts and flaps on every page
Rollicking, rhyming text
Features a colorful and futuristic palette
Am I a robot? Is there any dispute? Are you my new friend? I think that computes!
This deliciously fun novelty book rewards readers with a satisfying payoff at the end—and you just might make a new friend in the process.
When fully assembled, this book can stand individually as an object.
Perfect for young readers who love tactile, interactive board books, as well as robots and machines
Great gift for parents, grandparents, educators, teachers, and librarians
Add it to the shelf with books like Chomp Goes the Alligator by Matthew Van Fleet, Vampire Bite! by Little Bee Books, and Baby Robot: A Beep-buzz, Light-up Story! by DK.
(from Chronicle Books)
More books for this Age Group can be found here.
My thanks to Chronicle Books for providing a Copy of this book. The views expressed herein are my own.
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