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“A wise robot once said to me through Serial.println- that robots teach us about ourselves.”

RobotGrrl in Robotics Book

Robotics: Discover the science and technology of the future! This is the title of a cute book about robotics in general by Kathy Ceceri. It’s aimed mainly towards elementary school kids, but I’m sure experts could still learn a thing or two from it 😉


Inside of the book is a blurb about me (RobotGrrl) and RoboBrrd!


Also another one by the back of the book as well :)


Isn’t this a great picture? It sounds like the outro of the Robot Party each week! 😉


It’s quite kind of Kathy to feature up RoboBrrd and I in her book! I hope that it will inspire some kids out there to build all sorts of robots, not just the classic ones with wheels. Be creative!

If you will be at Maker Faire NY, be sure to keep an eye out for a talk about the projects inside of this book. Apparently it will be on Sunday morning in the Maker Shed area.

This makes for a great book to give to someone else to learn all about the crazy robots we build for hours on end. You can give one to your local school’s library, or community library, or dentist! There is also a facebook fan page for it, so you can share your love for robotics with a portion of the world. :)

If anyone out there does make a RoboBrrd, it would be mega wicked to see it! You can post some pics up online, and ping me on Google+ here! *crosses fingers for some epic new RoboBrrds!*

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