No-Bot, The Robot With No Bottom!

A zany celebration of bottoms and their uses by the genius author of Barry the Fish With Fingers. All the things we loved about that book: the wacky plotting; the snazzy look-at-me artwork. Plus a thing that makes us laugh a lot: bottoms. An unlucky robot has a spot of bother when his bottom drops off on the park swing. He sets off to find it – but he’s always one step behind! Bird uses it as a nest, Bear adds it to his drum kit… and then a family of squirrels sails away in it. Will this poor No-Bot EVER get his bottom back? We just love the way Sue Hendra’s zesty colour pictures capture all his funny faces.

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  • funny and good for little kids

    8 March 2013

  • No-Bot goes to the park and goes on the swing,but when he walks a little to go home he finds out he lost his bottom. now he is No-Bot, The Robot With No Bottom!where could his bottom be….

    read on to find out what happened to his bottom!!!!!


    6 March 2013

  • My favourite picture is the second to last picture because it shows his arm has come of and attached to the swing right acts he said he won’t lose anything again. Also you can imagine what happens next.

    My favourite character is the robot because he is funny and forgetful, his forgetfulness caused some funny antics and that’s what every book needs.

    I rate this book 9/10 it was a brilliant book!

    Charlie, aged 7

    4 March 2013

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    Sue Hendra

    Sue Hendra is the wonderfully funny, award-winning author and illustrator of picture books like Barry the Fish with Fingers.


    Sue Hendra won the Bishops Stortford Picture Book Award for her picture book Dave (illustrated by Liz Pichon) and the Lollies Best Laugh Out Loud Picture Book Award for I Need a Wee (illustrated by Paul Linnet).

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