Written by James Foley
Sally is the world’s foremost inventor under the age of twelve, and she just knows she can build a better brother than the messy, smelly version she has. Sally’s invention – Brobot – is fantastic, that is until the remote gets broken and Brobot careens out of control. Sally realises that maybe there’s more to a brother than just his inconveniences.
A hilarious graphic novel for young readers.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
'Perfect for junior readers, both boys and girls.' Lamont Books
'Foley’s own inventiveness comes to the fore in Brobot, which lives up to its promise as "a hilarious graphic novel for young readers".' Buzz Words
'James Foley spins a yarn about a girl inventor and her robotic sibling … a hilarious take on domestic dystopia.' The West Australian
'Foley has his tongue firmly in his cheek as he documents Sally’s crazy plan in delightful drawings that will amuse and entertain young readers.' Mia Macrossan, Children's Book Council of Australia, on 4MBS Classic FM
'Witty humour abounds in this short graphic novel – may there be many more!' Lynndy Bennett, Gleebooks Gleaner
Aurealis Award (Shortlisted 2017)
(198 x 128mm)
Fiction for Younger Readers
The West Australian's ED! Serialisations
Children's Picture Books
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