Reviews and Blog Posts: robots

Our lady of the ice

by Cassandra Rose Clarke

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A noir mystery combines with steampunk and science fiction elements to build an intriguing world populated with interesting characters. Our Lady of the Ice follows four denizens of Hope City, Antarctica--the domed city used to be built around tourism to the amusement park run by andriods, now their main purpose...

Transformers. Age of extinction

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If you've been watching the Transformers movies, you know that they've grown progressively worst with each installment.  It's no surprise to see Age of Extinction following tradition.  Of course, it's unrealistic to expect serious movies based on an 80's line of toys and cartoons, but it's also disheartening to see director Michael Bay never...

Join Our Toy Hack at the Denver Mini Maker Faire!

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Please join us this May 3rd and 4th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the National Western Complex for the first-ever Denver Mini Maker Faire! Denver Public Library will be in booth 815, hosting a toy hack - Arc Thrift Stores of Colorado has generously donated a mountain of broken toys, and we're inviting you to make something new and exciting out of them to take home (see what our teens made at our last toy hack here)!

The doodles of Sam Dibble. 3, Robots don't clean toilets

by Judy Press

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 I am constantly on the look out for books that I can recommend to the young ones whenever there are no available copies of Diary of a wimpy kid.  This book is one of those in which kids learn something useful amid all the fart jokes (and there are many...


by Marissa Meyer

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Cinder is cyborg who is a skilled mechanic in New Beijing. She lives with her cruel stepmother and step sisters. This book loosely follows a Cinderella story. Of course there is a prince who by chance happens to become quite friendly with Cinder not knowing she is a cyborg. New...

The compleat Terminal city

by Dean Motter

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I have only lately become interested in comic books and especially graphic novels.  On the other hand, I have been an avid reader of science fiction novels since elementary school.  This interest brought me to read The Compleat Terminal City, written by Dean Motter and illustrated by Michael Lark.  A unique,...

Happy Birthday, Isaac Asimov!

Isaac Asimov was born Isaak Yudovich Ozimov on January 2, 1920 and died on April 6, 1992. During those 72 years, he wrote or edited over 500 books and was published in nine out of the ten Dewey Decimal categories.*

Biographies of Isaac Asimov include:

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