Being a robot with a suit of armor means our hero would be protected from the evil Overlord’s army. Thanks to the titanium shell the robot would be safe from their lasers and could deal with any and all threats. Of course, a robot needs a companion – preferably a robotic dog.

 

But after learning a lesson in the daydream, the young boy is glad he isn’t a robot and is human after all. Because that means he can spend time with his dad who is also very happy to be home with him.

 

Once the simple and charming story ends more than half of the remaining book is devoted to other books by the author.

 

A cute tale that reinforces the idea that being with your parent is so much better than being something else. Like other books by this author, the illustrations are simple and colorful with accompanying small snippets of text. Aimed at children aged three to six, those on the younger end of the range may need reading assistance with this fun book.

 

If I Were A Robot

Scott Gordon

http://segordon.blogspot.com

March 2012

Kindle E-Book

Estimated print length–53 pages

$2.99

 

Material picked up during the author’s recent free book promotion for my objective review. If I Were A Robot was read via the free “Kindle for PC” program.

Kevin R. Tipple ©2012

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