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Best Frints in the Whole Universe
by Antoinette Portis Details
Yelfred and Omek of planet Boborp are best frints, even when they have disagreements.
Bitty Bot
by Tim McCanna Details
All of the bots in Botsburg are powering down for the night ... but Bitty Bot isn't tired! Bitty decides to build a rocket and go on a space adventure instead of going to sleep.
Boy + Bot
by Ame Dyckman Details
A boy and a robot strike up a friendship despite their differences.
Doug Unplugged
by Dan Yaccarino Details
Doug the robot discovers that cities are much more than downloaded facts when he unplugs from the computer feed and explores one first-hand.
by Leo Timmers Details
Sam loves robots. He is certain they live in outer space among the stars. His family laugh at him and no one seems to understand. No one except for Franky, that is.
I Thought This Was a Bear Book
by Tara Lazar Details
Prince Zilch from Planet Zero crash lands in the Three Bears story, and it is up to baby bear to figure out a way to get him back to his own book.
by Mike Austin Details
Munching Machines enter a huge junkyard and consume all of the waste, then smooth the ground, plant trees and flowers, create a lake and playground, and much more.
Outer Space Bedtime Race
by Rob Sanders Details
Aliens from all planets race to complete their quirky bedtime routines
by Adam F. Watkins Details
Raybot doesn't have a best friend. He doesn't have any friends. So, after reading that puppies make good friends, he sets off to find one.
by Adam Rubin Details
A special sauce turns a boy into a robot, and he then transforms everyone and everything into robots, including the book.
Robot Zombie Frankenstein!
by Annette Simon Details
Two robots engage in a game of one-upmanship.
by Miranda Paul Details
Trainbots make toybots for children to play with, but scheming Badbots try to stop the train that will deliver them.
by Michael Slack Details
An alien is mystified by the sights and sounds of Earth, but a decoder beam helps identify such oddities as a pig, vegetables, and a tractor.
Your Alien
by Tammi Sauer Details
When a little boy meets a stranded alien child, the two quickly become friends, but at bedtime, the alien suddenly grows very sad, and the boy tries to figure out what his new friend needs to be happy again.
Updated 10/20/2016
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