A Day with Wilbur Robinson

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HarperCollins, Aug 22, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
22 Reviews

Come meet the Robinsons: Young Wilbur has a robot. Uncle Art has his own flying saucer. Cousin Laszlo has an antigravity device. The butler is an octopus.

It's snowing in the east wing. And somebody left the Time Machine on, so . . . Well, perhaps you'd care to read what happens next.

From William Joyce, creator of the Emmy-winning Rolie Polie Olie as well as author and illustrator of a stack of whimsy-based entertainments for children and like-minded adults.

  

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The pictures, on the other hand, are spectacular. - Goodreads
The prose is flat and it isn't much fun to read aloud. - Goodreads
There's not really much of a plot here... - Goodreads
I'm just glad they (greatly) expanded on the plot. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Ashley Biberstine - Goodreads

A Not So Boring Day Welcome to the world of the Robinson's where games and creativity are necessary for survival! Meatball cannons, walking pet tigers, driving a spaceship, and finding grandpa's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

There's not really much of a plot here... but I'd love to hang out at the Robinson house. (I was pleasantly surprised that Disney Studios managed to make a movie out of this that captured the feel of ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

William Joyce lives in Shreveport, Louisiana, with his lovely wife, Elizabeth, and their children, Mary Katherine and Jack. They also have a dachshund named Rose and something else named Rex. Mr. Joyce has produced two animated television shows based on his books: Rolie Polie Olie and George Shrinks. He also produced and designed the animated feature film Robots. Every once in a while he does a cover for The New Yorker. His alarmingly optimistic picture books include Dinosaur Bob and His Adventures with the Family Lazardo, Santa Calls, The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs, and Bently & Egg.He is currently futzing around on several books and stories that embrace the alleged healing power of heroically scaled silliness.

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