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H danger in the way will friendship be enough to save th. It's not news to anyone who's hung around my blogvlog for any length of time that I love the work of Ben Hatke Also not news to anyone who read that intro so  I've talked about this many many times and pushed his books on many many people both online and IRL  So of course I'm always looking forward to whatever's coming up next confident in the belief that whatever it is is sure to brighten my shelvesAnd Little Robot is no exception to that rule Little Robot follows in the tradition of plucky young female protagonists and their oddball companions set by Julia's House for Lost Creatures  and the Zita the Spacegirl  series  Unlike Hatke's previous books Little Robot is nearly wordless and of the words that make it to the page most of them are in robot so though its no less full of story as a resultIf there's anything Hatke excels at it's injecting as much personality as possible into every frame every character every inanimate object and yes I mean that literally More than once this man has made me have feels about rocks literal rocks with eyeballs and monsters and what may have been a giant coil of hair or wire or something I don't even know but it tooAnd yes robotsHatke is an excellent anthropomorphosizererer skillfully drawing the reader into caring about even the smallest and most unimposing of creaturescreations with an immediacy that is impressive You can't help but fall for our little unnamed adventurer and her newfound robot companion and once you've decided to care about them well you may as well care about the pile of broken machinery in the junkyard too right And that perky little fixer robot bug thingy he's uite adorable now isn't he Hatke draws you into their magical little world so seemlessly that it seems obvious that you'd love these things Of course you want to join our lonely little adventurer girl let her lead you on explorations and discoveries and bring smiles to each others faces Keteknikan Videografi: Membuat Film Pendek dan Video Iklan untuk SMK Semester 1 in the way will friendship be enough to save th. It's not news to anyone who's hung around my blogvlog for any length of time that I love the work of Ben Hatke Also not news to anyone who read that Beware a Scots Revenge (School for Heiresses, intro so  I've talked about this many many times and pushed his books on many many people both online and IRL  So of course I'm always looking forward to whatever's coming up next confident Humor Writing: Activities for the English Classroom in the belief that whatever The Dewdrops ... a journey begins it The Dewdrops ... a journey begins is Bußpredigt: Ein Krimi aus dem Bayerischen Wald is sure to brighten my shelvesAnd Little Robot is no exception to that rule Little Robot follows Gëzofi folës dhe Luka i vogël in the tradition of plucky young female protagonists and their oddball companions set by Julia's House for Lost Creatures  and the Zita the Spacegirl  series  Unlike Hatke's previous books Little Robot is nearly wordless and of the words that make Two Wheels and a Map it to the page most of them are Two Wheels and a Map in robot so though Her Wolf Savior its no less full of story as a resultIf there's anything Hatke excels at Set Theory Objects it's Antologia del Teatro Espanol del Siglo XVI: del Palacio Al Corral injecting as much personality as possible Y Tu Mama Tambien: Spiral (Spanish Edition) into every frame every character every Getting Genki In Japan: The Adventures and Misadventures of an American Family in Tokyo inanimate object and yes I mean that literally More than once this man has made me have feels about rocks literal rocks with eyeballs and monsters and what may have been a giant coil of hair or wire or something I don't even know but The Nose on My Face it tooAnd yes robotsHatke Waiting for the Rainbow is an excellent anthropomorphosizererer skillfully drawing the reader Der Talisman Des Rosenkreuzers Roman into caring about even the smallest and most unimposing of creaturescreations with an Oi! Get Off Our Train immediacy that The Cooks Tale is The little red buckets impressive You can't help but fall for our little unnamed adventurer and her newfound robot companion and once you've decided to care about them well you may as well care about the pile of broken machinery Christmas Coffin in the junkyard too right And that perky little fixer robot bug thingy he's uite adorable now Deadly Weakness (Gray Spear Society, isn't he Hatke draws you Acquainted with the Night into their magical little world so seemlessly that Superheroes it seems obvious that you'd love these things Of course you want to join our lonely little adventurer girl let her lead you on explorations and discoveries and bring smiles to each others faces

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  1. says:

    Another very impressive book by Ben HatkeNot just a delightfully good graphic novel that will be a delight for kids but this one has a very minimal verbal content which is exceptionally hard to pull offThat said the lack of a strong textual component means that this book is readable by even younger kids So long as they've been exposed to some comics I'd say most kids of 4 5 should be able to read this by themselves And I wouldn't be surprised if a few precocious 3 year olds would enjoy it as well


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    I really think I'm physically incapable of giving Ben Hatke's books anything less than 5 stars The reasons for this being that Hatke continues to create such memorable characters and beautiful artwork After reading all of his works I totally consider him an auto buy author for meNot only are his books enjoyable for myself as an adult but my kids absolutely love his works too What makes Hatke's books stand out for me the most is that each of his main characters have been of different races Sometimes it can be difficult to find this in childrens' books so you have no idea how good it feels when you hear your daughter say Hey She looks just like me Tears guys TearsNot only do his books feature diverse characters but they feature strong female heroines who have super fun adventures like traveling through space imaginary creatures and the newest edition a female mechanicBut on to the review Little Robot is a charming story about friendship and accepting differences Our heroine is a very capable kid who doesn't exactly fit in with other kids her age She enjoys fixing objects and creating new and improved versions things Meanwhile there is a little robot who has escape an assembly line and somehow their paths cross And thus two unlikely friends become the best of friends Through the book their friendship changes Our characters learn boundaries and how to deal with disagreements and acceptanceIn fact I really loved the friendship between the characters because it was an issue my own kids could relate to They could easily keep up with the pace of the story and tell when a character was being mean or not being very nice according to my kids The simple yet candid storytelling was an instant hit for us and provided a good discussion on what it means to be a good friendThe illustrations in Little Robot is nothing short of breathtaking But this is no surprise to me as I've been a huge fan of Hatke's art for a long time now What I loved best were the full spreads with vivid colors It was a great way to tell the story without actual words something that is great for my 5 year old since he is not yet a reader The one thing my kids did seem to notice right from the start was the main character's lack of pants HeheIt kept him interested and we'd freuently stay on those pages and just admire the artwork Likewise the text was very simple and is perfect for early readers My 7 year old was able to read the entire book on her ownAll in all this is another fantastic book from Hatke If you have little readers in your home or enjoy picture books yourself I would definitely recommend this one Review copy was provided by the publisher for an honest reviewMore reviews and other fantastical things at Cuddlebuggery


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    I am in awe of Ben Hatke There is barely any dialog in this graphic novel and yet everything is perfectly clear Everything makes sense Nothing seems out of place or to be missing Unfortunately this means that you can go through this book in less than ten minutes This is especially unfortunate because the characters are so loveable and curious A little girl engineer A little lost robot A most uniue duo On the bright side the lack of abundant dialog and fast pacing make this suitable for very young readers as mentioned by a reviewer There’s nothing I love than a book that works for both children and adults This is the story of a little lonely girl who finds a little misplaced robot Suddenly the little girl has a new companion Meanwhile a big angry yellow robot is searching for the little one to bring him back to the factory I have no negative comments to make about LITTLE ROBOT It was short indeed but enjoyable regardless And again not short enough to prevent the reader from connecting with the characters Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’


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    This story is just about wordless There are lots of little robots in the story and they only make sounds There is a little girl mechanic in the story fixing and befriending the robots and she says some things but otherwise it’s wordless The robots are very cute My nephew loves robots so I gave him this story to read and he loved this cute story He thought the robots looked like something he could build himself He gave this 4 starsIt’s a great way to get into graphic novels for youngsters


  5. says:

    I think that Ben Hatke is just marvelous and this is his best book yet I love that Ben gives us a story with this book about a girl who is an engineer Bookish dreaming protagonists are great but it's also awesome to have stories about girls who are like 'okay I'm here for SCIENCE' I feel like there are too few of those in our fiction today Also this whole book is just the adorablest


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    What a cute little book full of important life lessonsThe book has only panels no text except for the occasional noises the robots make or the girl's speech bubbles This means that the reader young and old has to actually piece it together which I find fantasticThe story is about a little girl who apparently has no friends and doesn't go to school One day she finds a little robot and they spend time together There's a lot which I will not give away but in general this book is about loneliness friendship misfits ingenuity and compassion oh and cats grinsThe story is emotional funny and thrilling too not too dark though don't worry and even shows a not too perfect MC I'm so glad I found this little gemAs for funny look at what was on the inside of the book jacket


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    It's not news to anyone who's hung around my blogvlog for any length of time that I love the work of Ben Hatke Also not news to anyone who read that intro so  I've talked about this many many times and pushed his books on many many people both online and IRL  So of course I'm always looking forward to whatever's coming up next confident in the belief that whatever it is is sure to brighten my shelvesAnd Little Robot is no exception to that rule Little Robot follows in the tradition of plucky young female protagonists and their oddball companions set by Julia's House for Lost Creatures  and the Zita the Spacegirl  series  Unlike Hatke's previous books Little Robot is nearly wordless and of the words that make it to the page most of them are in robot so though its no less full of story as a resultIf there's anything Hatke excels at it's injecting as much personality as possible into every frame every character every inanimate object and yes I mean that literally More than once this man has made me have feels about rocks literal rocks with eyeballs and monsters and what may have been a giant coil of hair or wire or something I don't even know but it tooAnd yes robotsHatke is an excellent anthropomorphosizererer skillfully drawing the reader into caring about even the smallest and most unimposing of creaturescreations with an immediacy that is impressive You can't help but fall for our little unnamed adventurer and her newfound robot companion and once you've decided to care about them well you may as well care about the pile of broken machinery in the junkyard too right? And that perky little fixer robot bug thingy he's uite adorable now isn't he? Hatke draws you into their magical little world so seemlessly that it seems obvious that you'd love these things Of course you want to join our lonely little adventurer girl let her lead you on explorations and discoveries and bring smiles to each others faces


  8. says:

    Perfect blend of fun humor artistic beauty and action As an adult I appreciate how Ben draws scenes I find uirky in the cuteness of the characters These are great to read to children especially because of the fun sounds we get to make from his words Little Robot was a heartfelt tale of how a little girl can use her skills to help and make friends in the worst of scenariosReleases Sept 1 from First Second Books Review copy provided by publisher


  9. says:

    Little Robot is yet another children's graphic novel that I picked up while working on the Bookmobile Being surrounded by books I have this longing to read everything I can Not just because it'll make me better at my job when it comes to recommending books to kids but just because I wanna read them all dangit Little Robot is nothing short of adorable The story very much reminds me of The Iron Giant and Big Hero 6 It's pretty much the same story so there's nothing particularly original here But that's not to say it isn't still a good read It's very funny but also has a tender and heartfelt message about friendshipThe characters are also fully realized The artwork is colorful with almost a vintage look It'll appeal to kids and adults alike Recommended if you like graphic novels or you have kids you'd like to introduce to comics


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    Four stars A beautifully illustrated story with minimal words that will appeal to all ages One night a large truck trundles over a bridge on its way to deliver robots An unexpected bump jars open the door and out plunges a box into the river The next day a precocious five year old girl armed with her tool belt and wrench runs across the robot in the woods When she presses its button the robot comes alive Though the two can't communicate with words they uickly develop their own language and become friends Unfortunately for the new friends danger is on the way Once the factory discovers one of the robots is missing a big bad robot is sent out to retrieve the little robot Will the friendship be ruined when the robot is recaptured? What I LikedThis was my first experience with a Ben Hatke book and can say I was impressed What sets this book apart are the gorgeous detailed and colorful illustrations The book has minimal words and the dialogue that is present is simple and easy to understand This is a book you can share with young readers because it is a read designed to use your imagination while making up dialogue based on the pictures Both my four and six year old were enraptured with the book and they both loved the pictures As an adult I found there were times when I wanted explanation but that didn't bother my kids They had no trouble latching on to the story and understanding what was going on This is a terrific read for preschoolers and for those who are just starting to read The illustrations are not to be missed They are full of color and detailed It wasn't hard to make up your own words based on the picture Definitely a very visual read perfect for younger readers The book is all about making a new friend who is different I liked the message behind the story and I liked watching the friendship evolve A lovely upbeat book The ending is sweet and cute and it will make you smile And The Not So MuchThere was a scene in the book when the girl and the robot run across a dead suirrel I am not sure why the author included that in the book it wasn't really relevant to the story and I didn't like having to stop and discuss it with my kids This is a bit of a spoiler there is a scene where the big bad robot who is out to hunt down the missing little robot appears to eat a cat Don't worry this is done off scene there aren't pictures of it or anything just some sounds that imply the cat is eaten I thought this might disturb my kids so I glossed over it Thankfully at the end the cat is okay The Little Robot is a delightful read for beginning readers or readers of any age who like colorful illustrations and using their imagination This is a book with minimal dialogue instead it is all about coming up with your own words based on the pictures It is easy to follow and enjoyable for kids of all ages I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review PostedRainy Day Ramblings