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Magnet Power!: Science Adventures with MAG-3000 the Origami Robot
This title covers these subjects: Origami., Magnets., Magnetism.
Magnet Power!: Science Adventures with MAG-3000 the Origami Robot
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Magnet Power!: Science Adventures with MAG-3000 the Origami Robot

MAG-3000, the origami robot is on a mission to fix and restore Star City. With some help from a mouse with a jet pack, she is on a search for the magnet that needs fixing. Power up, and get ready to learn all about magnets!

 
Dewey538
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades PreK-3
GRLM
Lexile Level580L
ATOS Level3.3
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #156440
Early Intervention Level23
  
Text TypeNarrative Nonfiction
  
ISBN978-1-4795-1811-1
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2013
  
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
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School Library Journal, Series Made Simple - John Peters, Children’s Literature Consultant, New York City

"In each of these thinly disguised lectures, a newly folded origami dog, robot, bee, or dinosaur has an informative conversation about a science topic with an animate item or a living creature. Each figure has a distinct personality, so the give-and-take is as entertaining as the art. . . .Young readers will get to gander at three types of rocks with dinosaur Rudie, learn about soil components with dog Kitanai, get an overview of plant parts with bee Charlie, and glimpse at some of the technological uses of magnets with robot MAG-3000. This set is certainly unusual enough in presentation to have some appeal as a change of pace, and a link in each volume to more information on a dedicated publisher’s website will appeal to young researchers whose curiosity has been piqued." - School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

April 1, 2013

Ms. Yingling Reads blog - Karen Yingling

"...sometimes picture books on difficult science topics are good to have, and the origami tie in was irresistable. While these had a fun story and lots of information, they really were more appropriate for grades K-3, as the publisher suggests. If you work with younger students, definitely give them a try." - Ms. Yingling Reads blog

April 29, 2013

Thomas Kingsley Troupe

Thomas Kingsley Troupe

Thomas Kingsley Troupe is the author of a big ol' pile of books for kids. He's written about everything from ghosts to Bigfoot to 3rd grade werewolves. He even wrote a book about dirt. When he's not writing or reading, he investigates the strange and spooky as part of the Twin Cities Paranormal Society. Thomas lives in Woodbury, Minnesota with his two sons.

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