Review of "My First AI Robot"

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Review of "My First AI Robot"

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[Following is an official review of ""My First AI Robot"" by Amber Ivey.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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One day, Addy and Nolan found a robot along the way. The robot was not a boy or a toy. The name of the robot was Jaz. Jaz was an AI robot that was lost and needed help to go back to the lab before Addy and Nolan found it. Get a copy of this book to find out how they spent their day with Jaz before the next day.

This was a lovely book to read. Firstly, this book was written in all caps, and this will serve as a way to grab the attention of the child who will be reading it. Also, considering the attention span of children, this book is not too lengthy and will definitely not bore the children who read it. I like how there was some rhyming of words in the book. This makes the book more interesting.

One very notable thing about this book is that it introduces these young minds to modern inventions like AI robots while teaching kindness and friendliness. This book will help build the morals of the children who read it. There was nothing to dislike about this book. It ticks all the boxes of a standard children's book. It was interesting, catchy, and educational.

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. The reason for my rating is because of how well this book was written. The choice of words is mild for children, and any child can read this book without the assistance of an adult. The illustrations are bright, catchy, and colorful, and I am sure that no child will be able to turn down this book. While I was reading this book, I came across just a very minor error, but this does not affect the rating of this book.

I recommend My First AI Robot by Amber Ivey to children between the ages of 3 and 6. This book is the best gift for any child. Parents and guardians can read this book to their children and wards.

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Post by Kirui Collins »

A good book for kids, especially those interested with technology. Gratitude.
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Post by Abiodunakinola »

This book sounds like a delightful and educational children's book. The use of all caps and the incorporation of rhyming words add to its appeal for young readers. The introduction of modern inventions like AI robots, coupled with lessons in kindness and friendliness, makes it a well-rounded choice for children. Nice review.
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Post by Paula10 »

An excellent book for children, I love it because it touches on the topic of AI and how children learn to be friends with a robot named Jaz. It is perfect for children as it is not a long book and therefore makes it interesting for children.
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