Oh No!, Or, How My Science Project Destroyed the WorldBook - 2010
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When a girl's amazing robot science project starts destroying the city, she must act quickly to stop it.
CRRL_CraigGraziano Jun 25, 2015
Light on text, the book's real magic is in its images, which should be examined closely. The sheer amount of visual information on each page rewards the reader and had me searching for inside jokes. For example, I loved seeing the less successful science projects on display. Posters stating “Just... Read More »
CRRL_WebEditors Feb 21, 2013
After winning the science fair with the giant robot she has built, a little girl realizes that there is a major problem.
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We enter this story midway through the action. As our heroine says, “Oh no . . . oh, man . . . I knew it.” Next thing we know she’s facing the retreating back of a mechanical wonder on the rampage. Says she, “I never should have built a robot for the science fair.” Flashback to her winning the top prize at the science fair, just as her creation bursts through the gym wall to cause a little mass destruction. Feeling just a twinge guilty about the whole thing (and unable to stop her robot herself), our heroine returns home and turns a small toad into a robot fighting monstrosity. This goes well, the robot is destroyed, and the mayor of the city is very pleased with the solution . . . that is, until the toad takes off after seeing a tasty airplane fly by.
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