"Little Robot" brings readers an all ages story that is accessible and consumable for everyone. Grandparents will get a different level of appreciation from this tale than preschoolers will, but the story is strong enough either one could share it with the other. Hatke's characters -- even the robots -- are organic and filled with life, inviting the readers into "Little Robot" to stay a while. This ambitious tale shares the experience of life, death, conflict and resolution. "Little Robot" also celebrates differences and discovers similarities but, most importantly, it gives readers a fun, memorable story with endearing characters. The charm of "Little Robot" sits squarely on its self-contained wonder, but -- if Hatke revisited this cast of characters at some point down the road -- I will be right there waiting to read more. Read Full Review
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