Science Comics: Robots and Drones: Past, Present, and Future

Science Comics: Robots and Drones: Past, Present, and Future Review

In factories! In the sky! In your cars and phones! In your own home! Robots are everywhere! And they have been for a lot longer than you might realize.

From tea-serving robots in feudal Japan to modern rovers exploring Mars, robots have been humanity's partners, helpers, and protectors for centuries! Join one of the world's earliest robots, a mechanical bird named Pouli, as he explores where robots came from, how they work, and where they’re going in this informative and hilarious new book! Ever dreamt of building your own best friend? It might be easier than you think!

Every volume of Science Comics offers a complete introduction to a particular topic—dinosaurs, coral reefs, the solar system, volcanoes, bats, flying machines, and more. These gorgeously illustrated graphic novels offer wildly entertaining views of their subjects. Whether you're a fourth grader doing a natural science unit at school or a thirty year old with a secret passion for airplanes, these books are for you!

Title:Science Comics: Robots and Drones: Past, Present, and Future
Edition Language:English

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  • OpenBookSociety.com

    http://openbooksociety.com/article/sc...Title: SCIENCE COMICS: Robots and Drones – Past, Present, and FutureSeries: Science ComicsBy: Mairghread ScottISBN: 9781626727922Brought to you by OBS reviewe...

  • Pop Bop

    The Future Is Now!This volume is part of the "Science Comics" series. The series started with some predictable topics - dinosaurs, volcanoes, and so on - but it seems to be expanding to cover less obv...

  • Janet

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.From the publisher --- In factories! In the sky! In your cars and phones! In your own home! Robot...

  • Rosemary

    The latest volume of Science Comics takes a deeper look at robots. With Poulli, a birdlike robot that's also the first machine to ever fly through the sky (back in 350 BCE!), as our guide, readers get...

  • Barbara

    3.5. These Science Comics are just about as irresistible as a potato chip from a newly-opened bag. Just like the chip, readers take one book and they find themselves drawn into reading more, more, mor...

  • Cindy Hudson

    When I think of robots and drones, ancient Greece doesn’t come to mind. In fact, an early kind of robot called an automaton let Greek people drop in a coin to get water. In the 1600s Japan, a moveab...

  • Deborah

    Science Comics: Robots and Drones is a scientific graphic novel (non-fiction) that explores and illustrates the development of and daily use of robots and prototypes in our modern daily life. A roboti...

  • Suzanne

    Science Comics continues to expand the list of topics available, this time exploring the fascinating field of robots and drones. Going back to 350 B.C., the author traces the development of machines c...

  • Janie G

    I’m a huge fan of the Science Comics series, they are fun and packed with information. I always learn something new from these books even though they are meant for kids! The subtle humor and easy to...

  • Stacey M

    This was an interesting graphic novel about robts and drones. I really like this series for kids. It has a lot of great information and the art is pretty good. This wasn't my favorite of the series, b...