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Robot Dreams by Sara Varon

Robot Dreams (edition 2007)

by Sara Varon, Sara Varon (Illustrator)

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Title:Robot Dreams
Authors:Sara Varon
Other authors:Sara Varon (Illustrator)
Info:First Second (2007), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 208 pages
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Tags:graphic novels

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Robot Dreams by Sara Varon

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even though it made me sad ( )
  sraedi | Aug 24, 2014 |
I found this book in a pile of children's library books at our house and it looked interesting, so I gave it quick read. It's amazing. The pictures do an incredible job telling a complex story without dialog and mostly without words (the only words appear as book titles or box labels). The story is very imaginative, straddling the line between sci-fi and a buddy story. It's a world where dogs build robots and robots have dreams, and everyone wants a friend. I can't recommend this book highly enough, especially since it only took about 10 minutes to read. ( )
  sbloom42 | May 21, 2014 |
Robot dreams is about a dog and a robot that are friends who become separated. The book shows their dreams and all the attempts that they make to find new friends but are always thinking about each other. The interesting thing is that this entire 208 page book is told without any words. The whole story is translated through pictures in a comic book type of style.
While the story itself seems sad overall, it is really cool to be able to interpret your own unique story from the pictures each time you read it. ( )
  kryoung1 | Apr 23, 2014 |
This book takes the reader into the dreams of a bored abandoned robot who just wishes he could have a full life. The images are soft but full of meaning. It was surprisingly sad and a little addictive. I had to keep going to see what would happen to him. I think this simply drawn yet deep story has appeal that transcends age.
  bdemontigny | Mar 11, 2014 |
this graphic novel is about a robot and a dog. it is great for kids, because it show how important friendship is. ( )
  cansara | Dec 10, 2013 |
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The enduring friendship between a dog and a robot is portrayed in this wordless graphic novel.

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