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Can You Find My Robot’s Arm?

Publisher: Tundra Books
Robot has lost his arm -- can you help him find a new one? Step into a charming mechanical world invented by a striking new picture book artist.

One morning, a robot wakes up to find he is missing an arm. He and his robo buddy search inside and outside the house, through a garden, an amusement park, a library and even a candy shop, but it's nowhere to be found. Where can the arm be, and what might make a suitable replacement? A lollipop? A fish bone? How about a fork?

Can You Find My Robot's Arm? humorously invites children to explore the beautiful and intricate hand-cut images of Chihiro Takeuchi.

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A Today's Parent Hot Pick

"A one-armed robot and his mini-bot friend search high and low for his missing appendage in this charming, funny cut-paper picture book. . . . Young readers will pore over the intricately detailed paper illustrations." --STARRED REVIEW, Shelf Awareness

"Takeuchi manages to transform a series of silhouettes into something quite impressively sprawling, dreamy and tender. . . . One can imagine the page being set in motion and almost hear the mechanical whirr underscore the story." --Globe and Mail

"Takeuchi’s cut paper illustrations make the silly, inventive best of angles, lines, and geometric shapes in both mechanical and natural worlds. . . . Bear[s] out hours of looking and looking again." --Toronto Star

"3.5/4 . . . Takeuchi's miniature robotic world is a joy to explore. Her original, illustrative style . . . sparks the imagination. An entertaining, interactive adventure from cover to cover. Highly recommended." --CM Magazine

"A robo-pleaser." --Kirkus Reviews

"Children will enjoy studying the intricate cut-paper illustrations depicting the friends' humorous search." --The Buffalo News

“Give your child an early introduction to STEM with this mechanical tale. . . . Children will not even realize they are learning since they will find the story so amusing.” --Village Living

"A monochrome masterpiece, and a triumph in storytelling, perfect for one-on-one sharing." -- School Library Journal

"[T]his beautiful book will stand out both on the shelf and in the eyes of any young reader. . . . 4/5." --Tulsa Book Review