Boxitects

Boxitects Book Summary

A STEAM-centered, adorably illustrated picture book about Meg, a brilliant and creative boxitect who creates extraordinary things out of ordinary cardboard boxes....

Title:Boxitects
Edition Language:English



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    Boxitects Reviews

  • La Coccinelle

    This is an okay story about competition between two rivals. It also encourages kids to try their hand at building things with cardboard boxes.Meg is a boxitect, meaning that she likes to build things ...

  • BreeAnn (She Just Loves Books)

    What I Loved:If you have kids, you know that a cardboard box is like ChristmasI guess that is true of cats too HAHA! Boxitects takes that fun, imaginative play and turns it into a wonderful story. I l...

  • Margie

    Given the opportunity children, in their infinite wisdom, inventiveness and openness, will amaze you. It's a joy to see how they can create something marvelous from nearly nothing. Fortunately for the...

  • Juliana Lee

    Meg and Simone use boxes to build things. But they need to learn how to work together if they want to win the 5th Annual Maker Match. They are so competitive that each one plans their own construction...

  • Barbra

    Meg was a Maker, and her material of choice was boxes. When new student Simone appeared Meg was amazed at how good a builder she was. At the annual maker match they teamed up to build a cardboard crea...

  • Gabrielle Stoller

    What a fun book for a STEM day/storytime/activity/ etc! In fact, on days when libraries do "cardboard challenges," I think this should be read first! (I also think it should have been a CLEL bell for ...

  • Tiziana

    A great story about the importance of teamwork with impressive, colourful illustrations. 2 creative girls are "boxitects", and they go to Maker School where they are very good at making extraordinary ...

  • Abby Johnson

    Meg is a boxitect - she loves building things out of cardboard boxes - but when a new girl who is also a boxitect shows up at Maker School, can Meg learn to work with someone else? With vibrant illust...

  • Anthony

    Meg is a brilliant and creative boxitect who enrolls in Maker School and is the only boxitect in attendance. Then Simone who is also a boxitect joins the class. The two refuse to work together, but so...

  • Abby Brithinee

    Adorable book and story with bright, joyful art. Probably good for reading to kids who can also construct things out of boxes. I'm thinking around 4-8 years old. Definitely want to read this with my s...