BING & NERO: BOY + ROBOT = FUN

I. L. WILLIAMS

Illustrator Inci Alper

 

Genre: Children’s Adventures

Age group: 3- 6 years of age

Series: Ther Adventures of Bing & Nero

Source: Received for an honest review from the author.

 

  • Series: The Adventures of Bing & Nero
  • Paperback: 36 pages
  • Publisher: Northern Phoenix (March 26, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8293353007
  • ISBN-13: 978-8293353003

 

 

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“The perfect story for every child who has ever wanted their own robot.” Share a day with an inventive young boy in a story that celebrates creativity, friendship and fun! Bing wants a dog. But his mother says a dog is out of the question. What´s a young boy in need of a friend to play with on a boring Saturday morning to do? Why, make his own friend! And what a friend his new creation is! The product of Bing´s rich imagination and household junk from the basement, Nero is a metallic wonder. From the moment he is switched on, the house is filled with fun! And when they take to the sky for a late afternoon flight, boy and robot are in for a joyous ride that celebrates their friendship. This debut book from I.L. Williams gives young readers an opportunity to share an exciting experience many dream of with a young boy in a story that showcases creativity, friendship and fun. An excellent book with vibrant illustrations, for parents and children to enjoy together.

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MY THOUGHTS:

BING & NERO: BOY + ROBOT = FUN by I. L. Williams Inci Alper , is a fun Children’s Adventure. Dubut author, and what a debut. Filled with vivid illustrations, imaginative characters and creativity. Tells the story of friendship, fun, and shows what you can make out of junk, just may  became a true imaginative friend. Well written, and easy to follow. Young readers ages 3 to 6 will adore this wonderful tale of friendship, fun and imagination. A must for both children, educators, parents and grandparents alike. An adorable read! I look forward to the next Bing & Nero adventure. Received for an honest review from the author.

RATING: 5

HEAT RATING: NONE, CHILDREN’S

REVIEWED BY: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

 

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