Robots Slither

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 36 pages
It's incredible how many things robots can do. They work in factories, explore the sea, help around the house and roam around the stars. Robots dive, rescue, drill, shake your hand, talk and even smile!
With vibrant illustrations and a simple, rhythmic text perfect for the very youngest, Robots Slither also features informative sidebars that will entertain and enlighten readers of all ages.

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Robots these days not only slither—they roll, crawl, fly in space, and "flick their tails" to "dive as deep as whales"—not to mention work in factories, fight fires, bark, meow, and even recognize ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Ryan Ann Hunter is a pen name for Pamela D. Greenwood and Elizabeth G. Macalaster, who have teamed up to write books about bridges, tunnels, skyscrapers, airplanes, robots, the history of flight, and women spies. Their books have garnered several awards, including the Children's Book Sense Pick, the Chicago Public Library Best of the Best, "Parenting" magazine Book of the Year award, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Best Book award, and Austin Young Engineer's Award.

Julia Gorton has loved to get wet since her days as a teenage member of the Aquaettes. A local synchronized swim team. She is still passionate about water and is working to get a community pool built.

For a decade she has been delighting children with her inspired illustrations and dazzling designs. Her work can be found in the Science Play book I See Myself by Vicki Cobb, the MathStart book Super Sandcastle Saturday by Stuart J. Murphy, and Ten Rosy Roses, by Eve Merriam. Julia Gorton lives in a sprinklerfilled community in New Jersey with her husband, author-illustrator Daniel Kirk, and their three children, who splish and splash all around the town.

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