How to Build a Robot (with Your Dad) 20 Easy-to-Build Robotic Projects by Aubrey Smith
  

Synopsis

How to Build a Robot (with Your Dad) 20 Easy-to-Build Robotic Projects by Aubrey Smith

From Star Wars to WALL-E, boys of all generations continue to be fascinated by robots. Here, finally, there is a book that teaches boys (and big kids alike) how to make their own! How To Build a Robot (with your dad) is a fun-filled activity book to be enjoyed by fathers and sons together. It contains twenty different robotic projects, each beautifully illustrated with step-by-step instructions, covering all things robotic: from robot suits and jet packs, to edible robots, fimo keyrings, grow-your-own-hair robots, giant robots and more. Some will only take a few minutes, some the whole afternoon - all using available or cheap materials, and a little imagination!

Reviews

This is a book any mini maker would love to own Crafts Beautiful A perfect gift for Father's day Family Interest Magazine A perfect title on so many levels Families Southeast

About the Author

Aubrey Smith was born and raised in Glasgow, where he studied art before drifting south in search of fresh vegetables. He worked variously as a gardener, labourer, publican and banana grader before settling into writing and illustration. Now resident in Brighton, he has illustrated several books and is the author and illustrator of How to Build a Robot (With Your Dad).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Aubrey Smith
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Publisher

Michael O'Mara Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd May 2012

ISBN

9781843178781


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