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There is something magical about an effective story told with no words. Pixar, Shaun Tan, and now Sara Varon, have moved me beyond measure with their work that uses art instead of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This boom is awesome, but I really don't need to buy it. I would rather get it from the library.Published 7 months ago by Ms K.
The boys love this book. It is a wonderful, wordless story about friendship that prompts the imagination. The sturdy cover is perfect for busy children and moms and dads.Published 12 months ago by Sandy
I loved "Robot Dreams." Far more than I thought I would. I figured it would be a cute indy comic like Giraffe and Elephant Are Friends, with some feel-good stories and fun. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Zack Davisson
Robot Dreams is a great marriage of the real and the surreal. The themes are totally understandable for a child but even an adult can see the beauty of Robot Dreams. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jorin Lebonick
A great story. I read it to my 7-year-old and at the end, we were all in tears! so be aware parents. Read morePublished 21 months ago by DW
I'm sure that this book has many fine literary qualities, but the one thing my 9-year-old son took away from it was a deep and haunting sadness that has him afraid he'll burst into... Read morePublished 24 months ago by GCD
I found this comic book (I hesitate to call it a "graphic novel" when there are almost no words or dialogue whatsoever) mentioned in one of Tom Angleberger's "Origami Yoda" books. Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Kenya Starflight
My 7 year old brought this book home from her school library and I am absolutely in love with it. We loved all the characters (but were mad at the rowboat rabbits). Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by Tara Fraser