Monday, September 1

R is for Robot: A Noisy Alphabet

R is for Robot: A Noisy Alphabet
Written and illustrated by Adam F. Watkins

My rating: ★★★

ISBN: 9780843172379
Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
Date of publication: June 26, 2014
Age: 3 - 5 years
Genre: Educational

Themes: robotics, onomatopoeia, building, alphabet

These robots are hard at work, however clumsy they may be, at building...something. As the group works, they make a variety of hilarious and hard-and-work noises that follow the alphabet. Maybe they'll be able to finish?

I love a unique alphabet-learning book, and this fits the bill. The different noises are fun to read aloud in storytime or to have your children read with you at home. It's silly, it's cute. I didn't love it, but it's still good. It'd be especially popular among those kids who love Legos/building/robotics. (Okay, I actually thought Achoo! Bang! Crash! was much better, but it's older. Maybe it's in your library?)

Find it at your library or on Amazon

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