Cosmo lives on Mars. He has a big sister named Jewel (but she's a pain) and a robot named Rex (but he's broken).
Cosmo's luck is about to change, though, because his parents have just given him a new Solar System Utility Belt with these ten supersonic attachments:Sun Laser-Beam FlashlightMercury Magneto WrenchVenus Antenna-Speaker PhoneEarth Electro-Optic PliersMars Micro-Radar Homing DeviceJupiter Coil CableSaturn Ring ScrewdriverUranus Ultra-Magnifying GlassNepture Specimen BagPluto Maxi-Scope Binoculars
With a belt like that, anything is possible ...
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Having taken apart both pesky big sister Jewel's Easy-Bake Oven and an abandoned Mars Rover, with the help of tools from his new `Super Solar System Utility Belt,` young Cosmo is fully prepared to save Jewel from a deranged robot, then expertly fix it up (with Jewel's help) into a big metal playm...| Read Full Review of Cosmo and the Robot
Cosmo is dismayed when his best friend, a robot named Rex, bumps his head and begins ""acting like a monster."" In compensation for having to dispose of Rex in the asteroid dump, his parents give Cosmo a Super Solar System Utility Belt containing 10 ""supersonic attachments"" with which the child...| Read Full Review of Cosmo and the Robot