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Action Robots: A Pop-Up Book Showing How They Work

by Tim Reeve

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This is a neat pop-up/moveable that has a different type of robot on each double-page spread. Each robot has moveable parts, ie, you can make a mars-type rover open its pincers to pick up a drum of radioactive material. Not a lot of in depth info about robotics here, but some really cool moveables. ( )
  chilirlw | Jul 15, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0803718438, Hardcover)

All kinds of robots are being used today in science, industry, and medicine. Each page in this exciting, fact-filled pop-up book has a three-dimensional figure with tabs that the reader can push, pull, or move to simulate the action of these remarkable, almost-human machines. 16 full-color illustrations; 6 3-D pull-tab pop-ups.

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