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Frankenbots Creates Captivating Stories for Children with Inventive and “Riveting” Illustrations

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Huntington Beach, CA, March 26, 2021 –(PR.com)– When their planet is threatened by galactic invaders once again, the world of Frankenbots – charming little robots made from scraps of metal, rivets, cog wheels, and gears – has had enough. In “Frankenbots: Sunken City of Scraps,” the second title featuring the charming bots, author and illustrator Michael Ferrone shows young readers that setting differences aside and working together is the best chance at victory.

At an interplanetary town hall meeting, Frankenbot Stu, a natural robot leader, tells his peers that they need to be prepared for the incoming invaders and asks the group for ideas. When the fellow robots argue and shout, putting down each other’s ideas, they cannot agree on a plan of action.

Before long, a quake running through their robot village uncovers a hidden city, one they thought was a story of folklore and myth until now. Sunken City was a place of robot…

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