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Robot Dreams by Sara Varon
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Oct 10, 11

bookshelves: graphic-novel

Robot Dreams by Sara Varon is a warm and touching book about friendship. This book follows a robot and a dog who become great friends. They eventually go to a beach were the dog realizes that robots and water do not mesh well, and the robot rusts. This causes the dog to have to leave the robot on the beach by himself. The book shows the emotions that come with losing a friend. I think children would really enjoy this book, because often times when you are young when friends have to move away you feel that it is the end of the world. This book shows the emotions and will maybe help children to deal with this. I think 4-5 graders would grasp the concept of the book better than younger kids, but it could be appropriate to have in all grade levels because all kids could enjoy the pictures. The illustrations were very bright and detailed and were able to tell the story in an effective manner. I would have this book in my library!

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