Sprockets, a little robot.

by Alexander Key

Publisher: Westminister Press in Philadelphia

Written in English
Published: Pages: 144 Downloads: 462
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Edition Notes

StatementWritten and illustrated by Alexander Key.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.K51 Sp
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p.
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5876994M
LC Control Number63007075
OCLC/WorldCa612435

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found: The encyclopedia of science fiction website, Septem (Key, Alexander () US writer who began publishing novels for children with The Red Eagle (), and who moved into Children's SF with the Sprockets Children's SF sequence: Sprockets: A Little Robot (), Rivets and Sprockets () and Bolts -- A Robot Dog ().). These books were not likely, however, to. A very cute book about a little boy's birthday and his day spent with a robot. The colourful illustrations will keep the young readers engaged and the length of the story will teach patience and can be read all at once or with a few readings/5(5). Aluminum Sprockets () 16T and other robot products. At RobotShop, you will find everything about robotics. But the big, bad robots are coming to collect the little guy for nefarious purposes, and it's all up to a five-year-old armed only with a wrench and a fierce loyalty to her mechanical friend to save the day!In the Eisner-winning graphic novel, Little Robot, New York Times Bestselling author Ben Hatke brings his signature sweetness.

  Balance - A low poly game Keep the little robot balanced and go as far as you can! With skill you can keep the robot in balance. Compare your highscore to your friends. He has published many titles, including Sprockets: A Little Robot, Mystery of the Sassafras Chair, and The Forgotten Door, winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award. Key’s novel Escape to Witch Mountain was adapted for film in , , and When a little girl finds an adorable robot in the woods, she presses a button and accidentally activates him for the first time. Now, she finally has a friend. But the big, bad robots are coming to collect the little guy for nefarious purposes, and it's all up to a five-year-old armed only with a wrench and a fierce loyalty to her mechanical friend to save the day!

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Alexander Key (–) started out as an illustrator before he began writing science fiction novels for young readers. He has published many titles, including Sprockets: A Little Robot, Mystery of the Sassafras Chair, and The Forgotten Door, winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.

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Key’s novel Escape to Witch Mountain was adapted for film in, and /5(5). Sprockets: A Little Robot - Ebook written by A little robot. book Key. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sprockets: A Little Robot. Like many authors, Key hit hard times through no fault of his own: libraries, in their rash rush for "educational" books, phased out Sprockets, A Little Robot, Rivets and Sprockets, and Bolts, the Robot Dog, and I don't even need to name the sort of books they replaced them with.

In a democracy, librarian would be an elected office, and that /5(5). What a cute little retro sci-fi book for children. I read this aloud to my six year old and he loved it. The story is about Sprockets a little robot who mistakenly receives a /5. ‎ A pint-size robot with a big spirit goes on an interstellar adventure Running low on metal, an assembly line spits out something unusual: a peculiar little robot, no bigger than a boy.

His name is Sprockets, and though he is small, he has the most powerful electronic brain on Eart. Accidentally conceived, by the Consolidated Mechanical Men Corporation, Sprockets, the little robot, is something of a freak. From a special box reserved for special models, a malfunctioning mechanical tentacle had installed the genuine Asimov Positronic Brain in the robot's head, creating a mechanism with fantastic intellectual potential.

Fearful of being dismantled, Sprockets escapes from. Book two in a three book series. Book one is Sprockets a Little Robot, Book three is Sprockets a Robot Dog.

My father used to read this book series to us after dinner. I have since purchased the three books and have continued the tradition with my kids. My 7 yoa and 9 yoa sons love the books and enjoy the illustrations as well/5(9). and most of the rest of the book being about the robot trying to escape/hide with the boy's help and a growing sense of self.

Thank you. It is the Runaway Robot, I remember that book cover. Greatly appreciated. story-identification books. Sprockets A Little Robot () Alexander Key – ImaginaryEvents Dec 23 '13 at Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.

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Backed up by Dr. Bailey and his son Jim, Sprockets has zipped across the stars, having fun all the way. Like many authors, Key hit hard times through no fault of his own: libraries, in their rash rush for "educational" books, phased out Sprockets, A Little Robot, Rivets and Sprockets, and Bolts, the Robot Dog, and I don't even need to name the sort of books they replaced them with.

In a democracy, librarian would be an elected office, and that /5. Get this from a library. Sprockets, a little robot. [Alexander Key] -- A pint-size robot with a big spirit goes on an interstellar adventure -- Running low on metal, an assembly line spits out something unusual: a peculiar little robot, no bigger than a boy.

His name is. An intelligent little robot that is scheduled to be destroyed is able to escape from the robot factory.

He goes on many adventures and gets adopted by a human family. “Rivets and Sprockets” is the second novel in the “Sprockets” series, which was released in the year Dr. They adopt this little robot as their own, and soon set off for another world-where Sprockets will be charged with saving the universe and learning what it is to be alive.

Sprockets is the 1st book in the Sprockets series, which also includes Rivets and Sprockets and Bolts. They adopt this little robot as their own, and soon set off for another world—where Sprockets will be charged with saving the universe and learning what it is to be alive.

Sprockets is the 1st book in the Sprockets series, which also includes Rivets and Sprockets and Bolts. Little Robot is a really great graphic novel, particularly for younger kids wanting to get into the genre.

It has such sparse text (and when there are words, it’s mostly robot noises), and yet, Ben Hatke’s storytelling is so damn effective/5(). Sprockets and his brother race across space to solve a martian mystery Life for Sprockets, the little robot with the giant brain, has been very exciting since he came off the assembly line.

Backed up by Dr. Bailey and his son Jim, Sprockets has zippe. Alexander Hill Key (Septem – J ) was an American science fiction writer, most of whose books were aimed at a juvenile audience. Early life. He attended the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois between Sprockets: A Little Robot () Rivets and Sprockets ().

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Alexander Key () started out as an illustrator before he began writing science fiction novels for young readers. He has published many titles, including Sprockets: A Little Robot, Mystery of the Sassafras Chair, ℗ and℗ The Forgotten Door, ℗ winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.℗ Key's novel Escape to Witch Mountain ℗ was adapted for film in, and ℗.

Alexander Key (–) started out as an illustrator before he began writing science fiction novels for young readers. He has published many titles, including Sprockets: A Little Robot, Mystery of the Sassafras Chair, and The Forgotten Door, winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.

Key’s novel Escape to Witch Mountain was adapted for film in, and /5(11). () US author who began publishing novels for children with The Red Eagle (), and who moved into Children's SF with the Sprockets Children's SF sequence: Sprockets: A Little Robot (), Rivets and Sprockets () and Bolts – A Robot Dog ().These books were not likely, however, to seize a wide audience despite their amiable simplicity.

Alexander Key (–) started out as an illustrator before he began writing science fiction novels for young readers. He has published many titles, including Sprockets: A Little Robot, Mystery of the Sassafras Chair, and The Forgotten Door, winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.

This is the author's third attempt at hardware humor—Sprockets—A Little Robot and Rivets and Sprockets also featured roguish robots. Since the Consolidated Mechanical Men Corporation had never before had orders to build a robot dog, they weren't too clear about the operation; hence Bolts came out with a trimmed down brain.

This, the book explains, is why his speech is so ungrammatical. Sprockets: A Little Robot () Rivets and Sprockets () Bolts: A Robot Dog () Interior Art. The Red Eagle () The Book of Dragons () The Book of Dragons () Sprockets: A Little Robot () Bolts: A Robot Dog () Rivets and Sprockets ().

Mike Brownlow is the creator of many books for children. He wrote and illustrated the picture book Little Robots, which was turned into a major animated TV show for CBeebies and aired in over 70 countries worldwide. His other books include Mickey Moonbeam, Dog Did It.

and The Big White Book. Mike lives in Somerset and has three grown-up daughters. Alexander Key (–) started out as an illustrator before he began writing science fiction novels for young readers. He has published many titles, including Sprockets: A Little Robot, Mystery of the Sassafras Chair, and The Forgotten Door, wi.

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