About the Book
Dot really wants a puppy – but on her 8th birthday, she is given a robot dog instead! If she can train this robot dog, then she will prove to her parents that she can handle a real live dog. How hard could it be?
Follow along with Dot as she is introduced to some of the logic, reasoning, and structure used to program robots – as well as the importance of curiosity and never giving up!
Will Dot be able to prove she is ready for a real live puppy?
This is a picture book for ages 5 to 8 (or adults who are still young at heart!)
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News and Reviews
"Schoepp and Evans hope to inspire all children—especially young girls—to be fearless and adaptable, and to never stop exploring the world around them." – APEGA, article here
"I think that kids of any age will like to read or listen to this book." – Lydia (age 6), Reader Views Kids, full review here
"It is creative, whimsical, accessible STEM learning and beautifully illustrated!" – Maria, posted on the Indigo website here
"This kind of book will play a role in demystifying what is programming." – Planetjon (code scientist), full article here
More reviews here