NanoBots by Chris Gall

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An informational page on nanorobotics may even inspire some readers to dream of future careers and discoveries in the field. Action oriented with a sci-fi feel, this will have robot-obsessed readers clamoring for more.
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Introducing a team of robots powerful enough to change the world--and yet smaller than the dot at the end of this sentence!
A boy inventor creates the ultimate in high-tech superheroes that could one day save the world--but they have some smaller problems to take on first! NanoBots are tiny. They're almost too small to see, but they can each do a unique and important job: Medibot makes sure their Inventor never catches a cold.... Chewbots gobble up that gum the Inventor trampled into the carpet... Binobot scans the scene of a crime for clues the Inventor could never see... and Seekerbots explore to meet microscopic new creatures.
These bots and their high-tech friends sure make the inventor's life easier, but when the most AWESOME robot in town is in real trouble, they must band together and prove that sometimes the SMALLEST helpers can be the BIGGEST heroes! Includes fun facts about real nanotechnology in the backmatter.
 

About Chris Gall

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Chris Gall is the award-winning author and illustrator of Revenge of the Dinotrux, Substitute Creacher, Dear Fish, There's Nothing to Do on Mars, and Dinotrux, a Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book of 2009. His books have received numerous starred reviews and awards including a Borders Original Voices Book for 2006 for Dear Fish and a Kirkus Best Children's Book for 2008 for There's Nothing to Do on Mars. Chris has won a multitude of awards from organizations like the Society of Illustrators and Communication Arts Magazine, and is also the illustrator of America the Beautiful, a Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book of 2004. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.
 
Published August 23, 2016 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction
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on May 04 2016

An informational page on nanorobotics may even inspire some readers to dream of future careers and discoveries in the field. Action oriented with a sci-fi feel, this will have robot-obsessed readers clamoring for more.

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