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Narrative Literacy in a Poetic book. This teaches narrative without literacy. It's great not only for kids who don't read fluently yet — to build their confidence and make them... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Mom with Ph.D.
I both like and hate this book with equal favor.
For having no words, it elicits a stunning amount of emotion from the reader... Read more
Honestly I don't know how to rate and review this book. I didn't love it and there were large parts of it I found stupid. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shelli
This is a lovely story and very moving. The drawings are adorable. I want to read more graphic books written by this most talented author!Published 4 months ago by G. Grazian
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 6 months 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 12 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 17 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 19 months ago by Zack Davisson