Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor by Jon Scieszka
Note from Kimmery: all middle grade books with boy protagonists are reviewed by my ten year-old son, Alex, and may contain spoilers. If you are looking for recommendations for a boy aged 7-12, please read on!
This is about a very smart boy that builds two robots named Klink and Klank.
Together they figure out how to build an antimatter motor. I would explain what that is, but it gives away too much. They are done and ready to win Frank's school science fair, until someone tries to stop them.
I liked this book because:
1. It has science in it.
2. It's cool to see how he builds Klink, Klank and The ANTIMATTER MOTOR, and there are lots of ilustrations.
3. Dronebugs and robots are cool.
I give it five stars for sure.
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