Robots Everywhere by Todd Hoffman

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Step into a world where robots rule. Quirky, amusing androids of every shape, size, and color turn reality on its ear. You won't want to leave life among the machines.

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Denny Hebson said, “I wrote Robots Everywhere because my friend Todd draws the best robot pictures I’ve ever seen. I thought the rest of the world would like them as much as I do.” Denny lives in Glenview, Illinois, with his wife, Momi Jahn, and his three children, Phoebe, Atticus, and Celeste. Robots Everywhere is his first children’s book.Todd Hoffman created his robots by imagining how they would act as humans. He hopes that children everywhere will laugh when they see robots who are afraid of the dark, rust at the beach, and pop balloons with their hair. He said, “If I learned anything from this book, it’s that rust is bad, oil is good, and robots are people too.” Todd lives in Chicago with his wife, Susan. This is his first children’s book.
Published March 1, 2004 by Walker Childrens. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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/ Eating nuts off metal plates.” Hoffman fills each scene with daffy-looking, popeyed, can-headed mechanicals, at home, work, and play—then adds gleeful sight gags, like moviegoers chowing down on vats of ball bearings, or a “Bless This Ohm” wall sampler.

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The text's opening line "I see robots everywhere" is also its last line, where it accompanies a picture that explains the preceding oddball images: a youngster is shown sound asleep, clutching toy robots, while androids grace a poster on the bedroom wall, a light switch and even his pajamas.

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