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Amber Ivey, the author of these three books designed to introduce your favorite kids ages 3-9 to AI is offering a book give away. The author will mail a free copy of these three books to one person who emails me email@example.com. Keep listening for the simple contest rules. Ok, so here are the books:
The first is ‘AI Meets AI’. This book begins with the best dedication ever written in a book for kids. Although the author wrote it for her nieces and nephew, I suggest you just change the names to your kids’ names and read it to them. It is so positive and encouraging. It puts into words the hopes that all parents and grandparents have for their kids’ futures.
The book is about a girl named Addy Iris in Baltimore who finds a lost robot on the street. She brings the robot to her house and then eventually back to the Johns Hopkins University, where the robot was ‘born’. Along the way, Addy teaches the robot about feelings and responsibility. It’s a short book with great illustrations, kids will love the expression on the robot’s face as it learns new things. AND the pages are numbered in code, which is very cool. It is a good book for kids age 6-9.
The next book is, ‘My first robot’. Here we meet Addy’s younger brother. This book will appeal to kids age 3-6). We meet Nolan who was excited to meet a robot at his third birthday party. Written in a rhyming cadence, Nolan is happy to learn about robots and to help the robot learn about friendship.
The third book in this series is an activity and coloring book called, “Ai Meets AI Coloring and Activity Book. It will appeal and be used by kids from 3-9, although they will use it in different ways. It sneaks STEM learning into fun activities. Younger kids will like coloring the really great illustrations of Addy, Nolan and Jaz, the robot. Older kids will find the AI and tech word games and the page that teaches number coding to be fun and challenging. And there are design challenges for them too.
Although you can buy these books on Amazon on the affiliate links I have placed in the comment section below, Amber Ivey, who is the AI author and publisher of this series will give one person all three of these books.
Here are the simple rules. I will randomly select one person from the list of people who email me. Here is my email address: Books@michellemarcotte.com. Email me by the December 10th 2023. If you win, I will write to ask you for your street address, then Amber will mail you the book. Simple! Offer open to residents of Canada and the United States.
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