No-Bot, the Robot with No Bottom: A laugh-out-loud picture book from the creators of Supertato!
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This book is aimed at key stage 1, personally i feel nursery or reception would enjoy this book. This story explains to children that friend's are there to help and to work as a team to solve problems. It explores different emotions as Bernard starts off happy on the swing, then later is crying when he struggles to find his bottom and finally to end with a happy ending of him finding his bottom.
Count the number of full stops / commas / speech marks / exclamation marks etc. Use the results of this survey to create graphs and charts. Can you explain why some types of punctuation are more common than others? Look at the use of punctuation in the story. Can you choose one type of punctuation and explain why it has been used in that place? The park where Bernard plays has swings, slides and other rides. Can you explain how they work? Can you describe the forces involved?Nobot first appeared in the 1999 prequel trilogy film, Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.  The character's name was first used in the current Star Wars canon in the 2022 video game LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga,  although it originated in the Star Wars Legends continuity, where it was first used by Shaun Flaherty (writing as "Jedi Flaherty") through StarWars.com's Hyperspace feature " What's The Story?" 
Look at Bernard’s facial expressions at different points in the story. Can you explain how he is feeling? Use art software to colour a picture of a robot. Can you use different shades of one colour like the illustrations in the book? (see Resources below)The description for the "Ghost Protocol" quest uses male pronouns for the droid and states that he wandered the streets of Mos Espa aimlessly, with no one knowing why he was there. It also says there are many rumors about the droid, with the only thing known for certain being that something was not right with Nobot.  Appearances [ ] A story about a robot called Bernard, who goes to the park to play on the swing. While on his journey home he realises that he has lost his bottom. He begins an adventure to find his bottom and seeks help from friends who have seen items that are of similar shape and colour, but no, to his dissapointment they are not his bottom! They work as a team to continue to search. Bernard later spots a funny shaped sandcastle and discovers it's his bottom.
Look at the illustrations of the circuit boards on the inside covers. Could you create similar illustrations?