Leave It to PET!, Volume 4

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R to L (Japanese Style) Nine-year-old Noboru does the responsible thing and recycles a plastic bottle. But little does he know that the bottle is about to come back to life as PET, a robot with a mission: to pay Noboru back for recycling him! The only problem is that PET’s sense of "helping" isn't quite in touch with reality. Combining the visual appeal of manga with the episodic comedy of web comics, Leave it to PET!’s adorable characters deliver wacky humor in bite-sized ...

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Overview

R to L (Japanese Style) Nine-year-old Noboru does the responsible thing and recycles a plastic bottle. But little does he know that the bottle is about to come back to life as PET, a robot with a mission: to pay Noboru back for recycling him! The only problem is that PET’s sense of "helping" isn't quite in touch with reality. Combining the visual appeal of manga with the episodic comedy of web comics, Leave it to PET!’s adorable characters deliver wacky humor in bite-sized installments!

Who is the man behind the machines?The epic struggle to become Most Helpful Robot™ continues in volume 4 of Leave It to PET! Meet the genius who started the recycling robot craze, Dr. Wattawaste! Witness the birth of a new recycling robot! And see what happens in a soccer throw-down between the Gadget Design department and Team Robot! When Noboru recycled a plastic bottle, he never thought he'd get a devoted PET in return!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781421526522
  • Publisher: Perfect Square
  • Publication date: 1/5/2010
  • Series: Leave It to PET! Series , #4
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 732,011
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Kenji Sonishi was born in 1969 in Sapporo, Japan. He has liked crafts since he was a child, and now enjoys making things out of plastic bottles.

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    A 9 year old's take on Leave It to PET!

    Leave it to PET! is very funny and entertaining. Unfortunately, if you like this book, it's the last in the series. If you have this book I recommend that you share it with friends. Here are the robots on the cover: PET, Alu, Plaz, and Miracle. MY favorite part is when PET says that he feels no pain but the moment a swarm of wasps comes Noboru [PET's owner] first says "Um, PET," then says "That does not look good," and finally yells out "HOLY COW!" I hope you like my review and I hope you enjoy the Leave it to PET! series.

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