Fifth grader Ellicott Skullworth has always felt out of place at public school and now he's tested into the Archimedes Program at Latimer University. While in Latimer City, he'll be living with his world famous and insanely brilliant cousin, Banneker Bones, the 11-year-old inventor of robots. The only problem: Banneker doesn't want to share his room. He's got an army of robots to make Ellicott miserable until he goes home.
When the boys are ambushed by robot bees the size of cars, Ellicott's only friend is carried off and held for ransom. To rescue him, Ellicott has no choice but to partner with his cousin. Ellicott doesn't know what's worse: facing a hive of giant robot bees or spending more time with Banneker Bones.
What made the experience of listening to Banneker Bones and the Giant Robot Bees (The And Then Story Book 1) the most enjoyable?
The narrator and the way he read it made it fun and exciting
Who was your favorite character and why?
Ellicot, well at first he is not sure about himself but than he gains his self confidence and that is always awesome
What about David Radtke’s performance did you like?
The way he give the book life and excitement
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
There are many highs and lows in this book but a lot more highs and funny sopts
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