Read The Bot That Scott Built Online Free - When Scott builds a bot, a bippity-bot, sparks fly . . . and his entire classroom goes wild. Before long, fiery ants and carnivorous plants, a freaky frog, a big-bellied boa, and an exploding "volcano" have wreaked total havoc. Can Scott's bot, which started it all, manage the mess? Cheers for the handy hero! A cumulative story with fun that grows and grows and GROWS.
|Title||:||The Bot That Scott Built|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
August 01, 2017
Got this book for my nephew. It has his name in it so I thought he would like it and the very bright illustrations and the way that each thing not only rhymed, but built on the thing before it and added to it.
August 04, 2017
An awesome kids book that my wife found for our nephews birthday. My wife is great at finding treasures like these.
August 24, 2016
Full of gizmos, gadgetry and whimsical rhyme, this science fair adventure places inventions in a whole new light. . .and little constructors will love it.
The book starts before the story really even gets underway. Hammers, nuts, bolts, propellers and many other parts and do-dads, which bring smal...
September 20, 2016
In many ways, I am over "House that Jack Built" books, but I liked the setting and illustrations of this book.
August 21, 2016
Norman has done it again with this fun take on The House that Jack Built!
November 15, 2016
Loved this book!!
December 30, 2016
This would have been better if Jack's house was left out. Instead, the author should have created a new idea to introduce us to Scott and his Bot.
August 17, 2016
Fun take on The House That Jack Built. Quite sing songy and good for storytime. Loved how it wrapped up.
October 11, 2017
This book is similar to "The House that Jack Built" only with a robot & science theme. This book is good with introducing kids to STEM vocabulary but it may be better for Kindergarten to 1st graders than it would be for preschool storytime age children. Although the storyteller can always jus...
March 19, 2017
This book starts out confusing, and I think it might be because the illustrations in the beginning don't really show us what seems to be happening in the text. Why did the kids need calming? What happened to cause the ants to escape? It's unclear. Other than that, the text is mostly fun and kids...