Fb2 If I Had a Robot ePub
by Dan Yaccarino
|Publisher:||Viking Juvenile; First Edition edition (September 1, 1996)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1111 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1284 kb|
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If I Had a Robot book. Dan Yaccarino's simple, lively text and exuberant retro-styled illustrations bring this bold and funny fantasy to life.
If I Had a Robot book.
If I had a robot, it would be a convenient robot (like a robotic arm, alone or on top of a mobile base), which can do a lot of useful things, and not cost me an arm. I would use it to do all the things I don’t want to do, such as cleaning, cooking (sometimes), doing repetitive and boring tasks
If I had a robot, it would be a convenient robot (like a robotic arm, alone or on top of a mobile base), which can do a lot of useful things, and not cost me an arm. I would use it to do all the things I don’t want to do, such as cleaning, cooking (sometimes), doing repetitive and boring tasks. Well, I am currently answering your question by making it real : I am co-funding a robotics startup, and we are creating a 6 axis robotic arm, which we want to make low cost and user friendly. I see many questions starting with If you have a robo. .
If I Had A Robot is a children’s book by Dan Yaccarino. It was published in 1996 The story is short but I can see little boys being drawn to the young boy and his dreams of having a best friend robot. agree ? disagree ? discuss. Content creation academy
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Yaccarino (Big Brother Mike, 1992, et. uses the artwork, printed on matte paper, to reiterate his materialist conclusion, by subtly grounding Phil's fanciful imaginings in rotund, weighted images. Rather than eat his vegetables, Phil conjures up an imaginary robot to do it for him. Automation proves seductive.
Dan Yaccarino (born May 20, 1965) is an American author, illustrator and animated series producer known for his animated series, children’s books and award-winning imagery. Growing up in his home in Clifton, NJ, Yaccarino was influenced by a combination of advertising, package design, comic books, vintage animation, toys, and old movies. I’m not really inspired by other children’s book authors and illustrators, Yaccarino was quoted in saying, "as much as people from other fields.
Young Phil dreams of owning the perfect robot so he can command it to do everything he does not want to d. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Published 1996 by Viking in New York. Phil imagines the advantages of having a robot, from feeding it his vegetables to becoming king of the playground. Internet Archive Wishlist, Robots, Behavior, Fiction.
I bet if I had a robot he would eat those vegetables at my command!" Thrilled by that possibility, he imagines a series of wide-bodied, fearsome robots that willingly do his homework, feed the dog and attend school in his place ("Why, he could even kiss my Aunt Louise!"). Yaccarino (Carnival; Bam Bam Bam) punctuates nearly every statement with "Hey!," "Boy!" and even "Yessiree!"