Power Down Little Robot, is a very special children's picture book lovingly illustrated by Tim Zeltner and written by Anna Staniszewski. When it's time to power down for the night, Little Robot is not ready and he quickly opens his stalling program. From there, the story is very familiar to avoidance experts everywhere (mombots and dadbots), and told with one fun twist after another. In the end Mom Unit knows how to get him tucked in to his module as he finally powers down.
Sally Doherty, Executive Editor for Henry Holt Books for Young Readers, fell in love with Tim Zeltner's art. Power Down, Little Robot is the second picture book she has commissioned him to illustrate. Upon receiving Tim's final art for the book Sally's reaction was, "Wow! You've done it again--you've really knocked us out with your extraordinary vision for this story. I just love everything about what you've done: the colors, the style, the expressions. Fantastic!" Well deserved praise for Tim Zeltner's beautiful hand painted illustrations on wood.
"Now hurry and clean your cogs.", says Mom Unit. The Little Robot says to himself, "I try to brush them at half my normal rate, but nothing gets past Mom Unit's sharp eye."
"But I'm not tired! Look. My power level is still at yellow."
"But I need to tell you a secret!...Did you know that a hummingbot flaps its wings a million times a second?"
"The sleep module is soft and warm. Maybe I could close my eyes for a millisecond..."
"Dream sequence initiated."
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