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By Bob Staake | Comments: ( 569 ) | Date: ( Aug 25, 2019 )

Meet the robots Blink s the one who cooks our meals Zinc can fix things made of steel Blip, he keeps our yard so green Zip, he simply loves to clean Blink, Zinc, Blip, and Zip are very busy robots From the kitchen to the living room, from the garage to the garden, nothing can stop this industrious bunch Except rain After they get caught in a suddenMeet the robots Blink s the one who cooks our meals Zinc can fix things made of steel Blip, he keeps our yard so green Zip, he simply loves to clean Blink, Zinc, Blip, and Zip are very busy robots From the kitchen to the living room, from the garage to the garden, nothing can stop this industrious bunch Except rain After they get caught in a sudden downpour, the robots circuits are all crossed Blink bakes a birdhouse Zinc repairs a pot of stew Blip rakes the windows Zip dusts the lemon tree Can anything be done to set these robots straight Bob Staake s bold, graphic art style is perfectly suited to the futuristic subjects of his clever, humorous story.


  • Title: Hello, Robots!
  • Author: Bob Staake
  • ISBN: 9780670059058
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Bob Staake

Bob Staake has authored and or illustrated than forty two books, including The Red Lemon, a New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Children s Book of the Year His work has graced the cover of The New Yorker a dozen times, and his November 17, 2008 Barack Obama victory cover was named Best Magazine Cover of the Year by Time magazine He lives on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts.



Comments Hello, Robots!

  • Jennybeast

    Cute robots with individual strengths, good twist after experiencing water -- nice book.


  • Meredith

    Fun illustrations, but too high-concept for my PreKs. And too disturbing for me re: switched heads.


  • Karen

    I heard "Hello, Robots" before I saw it, and because I was distracted, it didn't quite grab me like other Staake books did. My then three-and-a-half year old son, however, was immediately interested and wanted to check out the book. So we did. Then he didn't want to bring it back to the library, so we had to buy our own copy. Now whenever we read this book, i.e every day and usually more than once a day, my son "reads" the refrain in a robot voice. I get it now. It's funny.The illustrations are [...]


  • Sara Bland

    Obviously a great read for students who love robots. This is a pretty specific theme, and I'm not sure that some students would be interested in reading this particular story if they are not already interested in robots. There are four robot friends who all do their part around the house, until one day they get rained on. At this point, they are kind of fried and decide to switch heads! This is where it gets a bit interesting because all of the robots then switch and combine their household chor [...]


  • Sarah Metts

    So CUTE! AND ROBOTS!!! DOUBLE AWESOME!It is about four robots, each with their own jobs to do around the house. A storm comes and scrambles their brains. Soon, the robots are cooking birdhouses and raking the windows. But they find a solution and soon find the house in working order again. The illustrations are simple but inviting, the colors are vibrant and contrasted well.


  • A

    Nothing can stop hard-working robots, Blink, Zinc, Blip, and Zip, from performing their many household tasks until they get caught in a downpour. The rain makes them mix up all their chores (mixing nuts and bolts in soup, shinning grass, and raking glass, etc.). They swap heads and all the chores get done correctly once again. Very silly and cute. Very colorful


  • jacky

    I had hoped this would be better and it was just okay. Natalie asked to hear it again and got on a bit of a robot kick from it though. I liked the colors and the rhyming, but the story was just alright. I also thought that the head switching could be a bit scary as well as the robots getting hurt by the rain. Natalie's been particularly sensitive to that type of thing recently.


  • Alexandria Hiam

    Nothing can stop hard-working robots, Blink, Zinc, Blip, and Zip, from performing their many household tasks until they get caught in a downpour. The rain makes them mix up all their chores (mixing nuts and bolts in soup, shinning grass, and raking glass, etc.). They swap heads and all the chores get done correctly once again. Very silly and cute. Very colorful


  • JoAnna Studer

    The helpful house robots in this book go haywire after accidentally being left outside in a rain storm. This is the kind of book that parents search for. It makes reading to your child fun and funny. Great rhymes, illustration and plot! Check it out.


  • Samantha

    Meet a team of smiling robots who each have a special talent. A rainstorm strikes and when everything dries up, not alls quite right. The robots do a switch to fix the glitch and are back to smiling by book's end. Vibrant digital artwork shows the robots excelling at what they do. PreK-2.


  • PaulHankins

    Bob Staake's illustrations are like a pop-art wonder. Fans of robots would love this one. How is this book not being built into a series for younger audience about the further adventures of Blink, Zink, Blip, and Zip?I'd watch it.


  • Amanda

    The illustrations in this one and the fun names made this a fun one to read. While I don't think my 2 1/2 y/o understood how funny the robots were after a storm gave them electrical shortages, I think he overall liked the book. I think it would really be a hit for pint-sized robot fans.


  • Adrianne

    Staake used rhyming to tell the story of how the robots malfunctioned, worked out their problem, and were able to smile again. I asked Vince if he thought this book was funny. He smiled at me and said, "I want to get this book again!"


  • The Book Box

    Mama read this book to my brother and me this morning. I love robots so I really liked it, and it made my parents laugh. Definitely one we'll re-read!


  • Rosa

    A cute robot story that also has a letter sounds component. I think this would go great with a pre-k robot story time.


  • Nicole Jones

    Picture Books-great colors, fun intorductory book for beginning readers, small plot


  • Kristin Becker

    My 3 year old loved this book. Loved the color, the rhyme, & repetitive frame.


  • Owlsome Readers

    AR Level: 2.2Points Value: 0.5AR Quiz No. 115119


  • Melissa

    A great book to read aloud at story time because it has a lot of bright colours and the story is easy. The kids really liked pointing out the colours and identifying the different chores.


  • Michelle

    Cute robot book, on the longer side though. Not too much room for interaction.


  • Sarah Kiesche

    My son really loved this book. The colors and repetitive rhyming lines are very catchy and the role switches made him laugh. Great way to discuss jobs and rhyming words. K-1


  • Leah Irby

    Robots= can't go wrong in Judah's book


  • Dawn

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  • Vanessa Woolverton

    Zander loved this book. It has very cool pictures and not too many words.


  • Holly

    Preschool


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