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by Larry L. Hench,Ruth Denise Lear

Download Boing-Boing: The Bionic Cat and the Jewel Thief eBook
ISBN:
1574981293
Author:
Larry L. Hench,Ruth Denise Lear
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Amer Ceramic Society; 1st edition (April 1, 2001)
Pages:
66 pages
EPUB book:
1650 kb
FB2 book:
1368 kb
DJVU:
1465 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
377


Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat Hardcover – February 1, 2000. Grade 2-4-This chapter book in picture-book format begins with young Daniel bemoaning the fact that he will never have a cat because of his allergies

Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat Hardcover – February 1, 2000. by Larry L. Hench (Author), Ruth Denise Lear (Illustrator). Grade 2-4-This chapter book in picture-book format begins with young Daniel bemoaning the fact that he will never have a cat because of his allergies. Then his neighbor, a robotics engineer, decides to build him a bionic pet with fiber-optic fur and whiskers made from "tiny little electronic ceramic sensors. The finished product looks just like the real thing, but when the professor checks the creature's voice, it says "Boing-Boing" instead of "Meow-Meow.

After Professor George improves Boing-Boing the bionic cat by giving him a ceramic sensor tail that allows him to roar, Daniel leaves Boing-Boing overnight at the Natural History Museum, to the dismay of a burglar. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Unknown Binding, 66 pages.

Boing-Boing is just like a real cat, but with fiber-optic fur, computer-controlled joints, electronic eyes, and ceramic-sensor whiskers.

L. Hench, Tobias Steed, Ruth Lear. The story of how Daniel-who loves cats but it very allergic to their fur-has a bionic cat built for him by his neighbor and engineer, Professor George. Boing-Boing is just like a real cat, but with fiber-optic fur, computer-controlled joints, electronic eyes, and ceramic-sensor whiskers. Daniel and Boing-Boing's first adventure together takes place in the Natural History Museum in London, where the friends get more than they bargained for in this delightful gem of a tale.

A fantastic sequel to Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat. Here we learn a little more about technology as Professor George has added some improvements to Boing-Boing. It is a very exciting story and includes a glossary at the back to explain a few of the larger words in simpler terms. A great combination of fun and education.

Boing-Boing is just like a real cat, but with fiber-optic fur, computer-controlled joints, electronic eyes . Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat. Publisher. Can of Worms Kids Press. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 5 x . 0 x . 0 Inches.

Boing-Boing is just like a real cat, but with fiber-optic fur . About Ruth Denise Lear (Illustrator) : Ruth Denise Lear is a published illustrator of children's books and young adult books.

Boing-Boing is just like a real cat, but with fiber-optic fur, computer-controlled joints, electronic eyes, and ceramic-sensor whiskers More. View Larry L. Hench's profile.

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After Professor George improves Boing-Boing the bionic cat by giving him a ceramic sensor tail that allows him to roar, Daniel leaves Boing-Boing overnight at the Natural History Museum, to the dismay of a burglar.
  • Nayatol
As the second book of this series, the story is a little longer and in depth. We find Boing Boing and Daniel are off on their first adventure together, and we see how the improvements Professor George has made with Boing Boing help to save the day at the Natural History Museum. The book features bold-type words that can be found in the glossary, and would be a great tool to use in the classroom to expand vocabulary and integrate science and literature.
  • Elastic Skunk
A fantastic sequel to Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat. Here we learn a little more about technology as Professor George has added some improvements to Boing-Boing. It is a very exciting story and includes a glossary at the back to explain a few of the larger words in simpler terms. A great combination of fun and education.