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Sam is a little boy who loves robots. He knows that they live in space. His mom and dad don’t believe him and neither do his pets. He builds a robot, which he names Franky, from things around the house. Franky also believes that robots live in space. After a whole day of not saying anything, in the middle of the night, Franky wakes up Sam and tells him the robots are here. All the robots look exactly like Franky. They even have rake hands and radio heads. Sam knows they need Franky to come with them and he’s very sad. But a few nights later, Sam looks through the telescope and sees Franky waving back at him from the moon.

I like this book because I’m pretty crazy about robots too. And I like to look at all his robot toys. My favorite part is watching him make Franky piece by piece. The illustrations are very detailed and there’s a lot going on in the pictures. There are a lot of speech bubbles, too. But instead of words in Franky’s speech bubbles, there are only squiggles because he speaks a strange robot language. This book is great for kids of all ages and I hope you’ll love it as much as I do.

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Author Leo Timmers, Bill Nagelkerke, Translator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Gecko Press
Publish Date 01-Mar-2016
ISBN 9781927271933
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Issue March 2016
Category Children's


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