Everything Robotics by Jennifer Swanson

everythingrobotsEverything Robotics

By Jennifer Swanson (with Shah Selbe)

64 pages – ages 8+

Published by National Geographic Children’s Books on March 8, 2016

Synopsis- Have you ever wondered what makes robots work? Or even, for those that don’t want to say it out loud, what a robot really is? How has robotics progressed? When was it even thought up? If you’ve wondered these questions, then you are in luck, because this book from National Geographic Kids answers these – and more!

What I Thought- This was really cool! I learned a lot about modern robotics, including what makes up robots, along with older robotics of the past. There are several different ways that make robots robots, and Ms. Swanson explained them all very well. I thought it was cool how far robotics has progressed as of late. Ms. Swanson informs what kids can do with robotics, and how scientists, astronauts, and other professionals use robots, or plan to use robots. The format of the book is pretty cool, with real pictures, and fact boxes throughout it. This is another great nonfiction book from National Geographic Kids!

I give this book five out of five bookworms!fivebooks



Categories: Age 6-9, Other Stuff Related to Books and Reading

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8 replies

  1. Really LOVE Nat Geo Books. Every one is a winner.

  2. Oh, this looks interesting!! Thanks for the nice review. 🙂

  3. OK. This one awakened my inner geek.

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