Wednesday, May 9, 2018

"Rusty The Squeaky Robot" - a bookwrap

Every robot has some sound or characteristic to make him unique .  Brainy Robot wants you to meet his friend Rusty and hear his story. Come long please.... you are invited. 


"Rusty The Squeaky Robot"
by Neil Clark

Age Range: 3 - 6 years
Grade Level:Preschool - 1
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Words & Pictures (April 19, 2018)

Unwrapping some fun ( and sweet )  illustrations to check out

About the book

Rusty is an insecure and troubled little Robot because he squeaks!  He feels terrible about it.  Every time he moves he emits an aura of unpleasant sound.  The other robots on Planet Robotone come to his rescue.

You see his friend Belle goes Ding, Hoot - Honks, Twango - Twangs and Boom-Bot loudly dissonates - BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!  When he sizes up his friends and tunes in to their idiosyncracies he discovers that he is not weird or quirky at all.  His robot friends rally around him and encourage his individual mannerisms and help celebrate his uniqueness.    

They all band together and make a joyful noise dancing away to their audio sensations.  

The illustrations are colourful, adorable, contemporary and very kid-friendly indeed.  This entertaining story will spark conversations about being different and how we should embrace being who we are created to be confident that are wonderfully made inside and out.  I highly recommend this book. 

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS+++!!!!!

About the author/illustrator


Neil Clark grew up in the small village of Bishop Wilton, at the foot of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds in the UK. Despite dreams of being a rock & roll star, his love for illustration and storytelling led to a happy and successful career in design, from designing greetings cards to creating unique screen prints and children’s books. Neil is a lover of music, travelling the world, skateboarding, and his mischievous cat, Mila.

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