TIME For Kids Explorers: Robots

TIME For Kids Explorers: Robots

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Robots is the first book in an exciting, new series fro­­­m TIME For Kids. Aimed squarely at readers who want to know more, this book answers the questions that children ages 8-12 want to learn the answers to.

Do you know what makes something a robot? Can you name the six types of robots? Can robots really fly? What kinds of robots are being designed

Overview

Robots is the first book in an exciting, new series fro­­­m TIME For Kids. Aimed squarely at readers who want to know more, this book answers the questions that children ages 8-12 want to learn the answers to.

Do you know what makes something a robot? Can you name the six types of robots? Can robots really fly? What kinds of robots are being designed by spy agencies, the military, and our first responders? And best of all, what's next?

Rich with photos, facts, and fun, Robots will cover the world of robots as it exists today - and will exist tomorrow.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781618933737
Publisher:
Time Home Entertainment, Inc
Publication date:
06/17/2014
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
832,549
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Lexile:
910L (what's this?)
Age Range:
8 - 18 Years

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TIME For Kids Explorers: Robots 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
FeatheredQuillBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Did you know that a robot can help a surgeon operate on a real person? Wow! Did you know there is a snake-like robot that can creep and crawl into small, tight spaces and push through debris while sending back images to see if humans are trapped below the rubble? You'll learn about these two robots and so much more in this new book from TIME for Kids Explorers. This almost 100 page book is loaded with page after page of really neat robots that do everything from explore the depths of the ocean to go into outer space. First, the reader will get a little history on robots, and learn where the word 'robot' came from, when the first robot was made, and what early designs looked like. Have you read the famous book, I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov? It's mentioned in here, along with Asimov's famous "Three Laws of Robotics." After reading about the history of robots, the rest of the book is divided into seven chapters: Robots that Work, Protect, Explore, Fly, Help, Play and my favorite, Robots that Kids Make. There's no need to read Robots page-by-page, it's the perfect book to flip back and forth, finding interesting sections (hint: they're all interesting!) that grab your attention. Bright, clear photos abound on each and every page. In short, this is a great book for kids who want to learn about robots! Quill says: For kids who love robots, this is a totally cool book!