20 Robot Books for Kids to Enjoy in 2024 ( Updated )

20 Robot Books for Kids to Enjoy in 2024 ( Updated )

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Trends will go back and forth, yet robots are truly forever. It won’t be a big surprise in the coming days if kids start treating Robots as faithful partners.

Regardless of whether kids are not robot insane, it’s most likely great to get these in the revolution. Robots will assume control over the world any day soon.

So your child should be made ready to accept the truth with the trends going on at that point these 20 best Children’s Books About Robots: Games, Fun and Learning to inspire kids and teens to open up their mind and welcome the future world.




5 criteria I used to select these Books:

  • Energizes and develops Kids Qualities and ethics
  • Stimulates the mind and creative ability
  • Proper to the kid’s age, development and scholarly levels
  • Gives helpful information in the present Trends
  • Can be Read and over once more


Let’s Get Started without due.



20 Robot Books For KIDs To Enjoy


1.) The Robot Book

Age Group: 1-3

The Robot Book

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Richly illustrated, sweetly written book answers the question: “What makes a robot tick?”

What makes a robot tick?  Here’s a hint:  It’s not what you think.  The Robot Book teams richly have drawn illustrations and a whole lot of heart in a sturdy, toddler-friendly board book that will charm both little ones and their parents.

It’s the best children’s books about robots to kick-start that it’s what’s on the inside that really counts.







2.) Robots, Robots Everywhere!

Age Group: 3-5

Robots, Robots Everywhere (Little Golden Book)

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Robots are everywhere in this bright and funny board book – and preschoolers are going to love it!

Whether up in space, beneath the seas, or even under couchesaward-winning illustrator Bob Staake’s bold and colorful bots make this book a must-have. 







3.) Boy and Bot

Age Group: 3 – 6

Boy and Bot

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One day, a boy and a robot meet in the woods. They play. They have fun.

But when Bot gets switched off, Boy thinks he’s sick. The usual remedies—applesauce, reading a story—don’t help, so Boy tucks the sick Bot in, then falls asleep.

Using the perfect blend of sweetness and humor, this story of an adorable duo will win the hearts of the very youngest readers.








4.) Little Bot And Sparrow

Age Group: 3 – 7


Little Bot And Sparrow

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A story of friendship that can inspire anyone, even robots, to dream . . .

This sweet and lasting tale by Jake Parker beautifully captures the happiness and love that can come from making your first true friend―and the courage it takes when it’s time to say goodbye.








5.) Robot Building for Teens

Age Group: 4 – 8

Robot Building for Teens

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ROBOT BUILDING FOR TEENS will teach you how to get started in this fascinating hobby. The projects in this book include the “Digital Brain Robot,” the “Bug Bot,” and even a robot on wheels!

You will learn how to design your robot, how to create a prototype, where to buy parts, how to program your finished robot to perform tasks, and more. You’ll be led step-by-step through the projects in the book.








6.) Robots in Space

Age Group: 4 – 8

Robots in Space (Pogo Books - Robot World)

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In Robots in Space, early fluent readers learn about the many ways robots have to expand what’s possible in the field of space exploration.

Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about the fascinating world.








7.) The Wild Robot

Age Group: 4 – 8

The Wild Robot

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When robot Roz opens her eyes for the first time, she discovers that she is alone on a remote, wild island. She has no idea how she got there or what her purpose is – but she knows she needs to survive.

After battling a fierce storm and escaping a vicious bear attack, she realizes that her only hope for survival is to adapt to her surroundings and learn from the island’s unwelcoming animal inhabitants.

As Roz slowly befriends the animals, the island starts to feel like home – until, one day, her mysterious past comes back to haunt her.







8.) Awesome Dawson

Age Group: 4-8

Awesome Dawson

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EVERYTHING CAN BE USED AGAIN! That’s Dawson’s motto. He collects junk that people throw away and turns it into something STUPENDOUS.

But when Dawson uses his skills to create the machine to do his chores for him, he discovers he might have invented something a little too… AWESOME.

Can he stop the rampaging robot before it destroys the entire town?








9.) Robot Zot

Age Group: 3-8

Robot Zot

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From the minds of Scieszka and Shannon comes a tale of a quixotic robot determined to conquer the earth. The only problem is that the earth he lands on is a suburban kitchen and he is three inches tall.

Robot Zot, the fearless and unstoppable warrior, leaves a trail of destruction as he encounters blenders, toasters, and televisions.









10.) The Wild Robot Escapes

Age Group : 7-10

The Wild Robot Escapes

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Can a robot survive in the wilderness?

A gloriously illustrated story from acclaimed author/illustrator Peter Brown.









11.) The Robot That Loved Chicken Soup

Age Group: 4-8

The Robot That Loved Chicken Soup (A story about food allergies just for kids)

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A little robot named “Chip” loves chicken soup, the only problem is robots cannot eat it.

A story about allergic reactions to food and what you should do in the event you suffer from one. A Short story with illustrations about food allergies. Depicted in beautifully vivid color illustrations.




13.) The Bot That Scott Built

Age Group: 4-8

The Bot That Scott Built

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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.




14.) National Geographic Readers: Robots

Age Group: 4-8

National Geographic Readers Robots

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Discover the coolest robots of today and tomorrow in this colorful, photo-packed book. In this inviting and entertaining format, kids will learn about the science behind these amazing machines.

This Level 3 reader is written in an easy-to-grasp style to encourage the scientists of tomorrow!



15.) House of Robots: (House of Robots 1)

Age Group: 6-9

House of Robots - (House of Robots 1)

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In this new illustrated middle-grade series from James Patterson, an extraordinary robot signs up for an ordinary fifth-grade class… and elementary school will never be the same!

It was never easy for Sammy Hayes-Rodriguez to fit in, so he’s dreading the day when his genius mom insists he brings her newest invention to school: a walkingtalking robot he calls E – for “Error“.






16.) The Loneliest Robot

Age Group: 7-9

The Loneliest Robot

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lonely boy becomes robotic. Both lost in life, they learn what it really means to feel Human. At last, a moving tale of self-discovery for the fast-moving modern age that reminds us all to feel HUMAN!

An imaginative and moving new book for middle grade and teens (9-15) and anyone with a human heart. A thought-provoking dark comedy – with warmth and humor, making it highly digestible for young and curious minds.





17.) Build Your Own Robot

Age Group: 7-10

Build Your Own Robot

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Build Your Own Robot: Exactly what is there to understand about Sony ERS robots? This unique hobby certainly spans a great variety of options when it comes to expending extra time carrying out something beneficial.

This book below addresses some of the niches in the field, so check it out to learn all that one could.





18.) Fundamentals of Robotics: Fun for Parents and Children

Age Group: 5-8

Fundamentals of Robotics - Fun for Parents and Children Volume 1 (Robots For Children)

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This book requires that both, parents (or teachers) and children, work together at least 15 minutes a day on reading texts and assembling some robot pieces of the robot you see on the cover.

The idea is that parents (or teachers) with their children spend some few minutes every day practicing reading, explaining the concepts for reading comprehension and learning about robotics.







19.) Robot, Go Bot! (Step into Reading Comic Reader)

Age Group: 6-9

Robot, Go Bot! (Step into Reading Comic Reader)

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Boldly going where Step into Reading has never gone before: comic readers are told almost entirely in action-packed dialogue!

Simple, graphic paneled layouts introduce emergent readers to the joy of comics.

This comic reader tells the story of a girl and a robot whose friendship is tested when one of them gets a bit bossy.







19.) Making Simple Robots: Exploring Cutting-Edge Robotics with Everyday Stuff 

Age Group: 6-8

Making Simple Robots Exploring Cutting-Edge Robotics with Everyday Stuff

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Making Simple Robots is based on one idea: Anybody can build a robot! That includes kids, school teachers, parents, and non-engineers. If you can knit, sew, or fold a flat piece of paper into a box, you can build a no-tech robotic part.

If you can use a hot glue gun, you can learn to solder basic electronics into a low-tech robot that reacts to its environment.





19.) KIDs ROBOTRIX: How to make kids robot

Age Group: 5-8

KIDs ROBOTRIX - How to make kids robot

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This book based on practical knowledge to kids robot.This children book described practical knowledge how to make cheap robot.





20.) Nanobots

Age Group: 7-9


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A boy inventor creates the ultimate in high-tech superheroes that could one day save the world – but they have some smaller problems to take on first. NanoBots are tiny. They’re almost too small to see but they can each do a unique and important job.


These bots and their high-tech friends sure make the inventor‘s life easier but when the most AWESOME robot in town is in real trouble, they must band together and prove that sometimes the SMALLEST helpers can be the BIGGEST heroes!