Facts vs. Opinions vs. Robots

Facts vs. Opinions vs. Robots

by Michael Rex

On the surface this book is quite silly, but even robots need help learning the differences between facts and opinions! In this book, there are seven different robots (FACT), each with differently shaped heads, bodies and arms (FACT), but which robot is the best (OPINON)? Which one has the best dance moves (OPINION)? We'll also look for more information if we don’t have enough to make a decision. And (this could be one of the most important lessons of all), listening to other’s opinions helps us be good friends to each other. And that’s a fact. 

Laura Goldsborough Recommended by Laura Goldsborough Children's Services Librarian

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