How to Code a Sandcastle by Josh Funk
Pearl and her trusty rust-proof robot, Pascal, need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over, and they’re going to do it using code.
Robot in Love by T. L. McBeth
A shy robot falls in love and works up the courage to speak to its crush.
Love, Z by Jessie Sima
A little robot named Z finds a message in a bottle signed, “Love, Beatrice” and, unable to learn what love is from other robots, sets out on a quest to find the answer.
Little Robot Alone by Patricia MacLachlan
When Little Robot finds a creative solution to his loneliness he gets straight to work on shaping the perfect companion out of metal, and affectionately names him Little Dog.
Brobot Bedtime by Supdipta Bardhan-Quallen,
Bedtime for young robots means recharging and entering sleep mode, but when Beep has trouble powering down, can his brothers help?
Bitty Bot by Tim McCanna
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.
Spare Parts by Rebecca Emberley
While searching for a replacement heart at the Spare Parts Mart, a lonely robot finds a friend.
Tin by Chris Judge
A metal boy named Tin is looking after his little sister Nickel one afternoon when she grabs hold of a balloon and floats away. Tin and his dog Zinc set off in hot pursuit as she floats towards the big city. Can they rescue Nickel before she goes too far?
Cookiebot! : a Harry and Horsie Adventure by Katie VanCamp
When Harry and his best friend Horsie build a robot that can reach the cookie jar for them, it goes out of control and wreaks havoc around the city.
Robots by Cody Crane
Learn all about robots, from how they are designed and built to which exciting new kinds of robots you might see in the future.
Robots by Nathan Lepora
Explores how robots function and are made, looking at their computing components and how engineers design them with specific capabilities.
Magnetic Robot Art with Tin Cans: https://fun-a-day.com/magnetic-robot-art-with-tin-cans/