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Meet the adorable robot Norton and his robot-dog Alpha! They’re about to make an amazing discovery . . . Battered wheels, rusty cogs, broken springs: Norton loves collecting these discarded objects and using them to create the most amazing inventions. But one day he and Alpha come upon something they’ve never seen before: a beautiful flower. At first, they’re baffled . . . but with a little rain, sun, and soil, the flower itself teaches them about the magic of nature. A stunning double gatefold near the end reveals that the seeds scattered from that single flower have blossomed into a whole field full of flowers! The quirky illustrations of robots in their futuristic world will engage all kids with their fun sci-fi feel.
Kristyna Litten studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art and now lives in a beautiful village in Yorkshire, England. She has illustrated several picture books, including Chickens Can't See in the Dark (Oxford University Press), Blue & Bertie (Simon & Schuster), and Bike on, Bear! (Aladdin).