#ChildrensPictureBook: Bing & Nero, Boy+Robot=Fun
by Author Ingrid Williams & Illustrator Inci Alper
Children´s picture book for 3-7 year-olds
Share a day with an inventive young boy in a story that celebrates creativity, friendship and fun.
Bing wants a dog. But his mother says a dog is out of the question. What´s a young boy in need of a friend to play with on a boring Saturday morning to do?
Why, make his own friend! And what a friend his new creation is!
The product of Bing´s rich imagination and household junk from the basement, Nero is a metallic wonder. From the moment he is switched on, the house is filled with fun! And when they take to the sky for a late afternoon flight, boy and robot are in for a joyous ride that celebrates their friendship.
This debut book from I.L. Williams gives young readers an opportunity to share an exciting experience many dream of with a young boy in a story that showcases creativity, friendship and fun. An excellent book with vibrant illustrations, for parents and children to enjoy together.
About the author:
Ingrid Williams is a native Californian who now lives with her family in Norway. She has had a successful career as a financial journalist for Dow Jones Newswires and as a copywriter for one of the largest creative agencies in Scandinavia, among other positions in the world of corporate communications. She is a recipient of the Humphrey´s Fellowship in Writing at Columbia University in New York.
About the illustrator:
Inci Alper loves to tell stories through her art. She works as a game artist and resides in the beautiful city of Istanbul. She is a daydreamer and she likes to escape into the world of video games for hours. She also secretly wishes she had a robot friend of her own.
Here is an animated intro to the characters:
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What Readers Are Saying
For young readers Bing and Nero offers a story about the young's occasional disappointment, imagination, determination, ability, sense of fun, success, and contentment. The story is supported by superb illustrations. Kids will love reading it---more than once.
For the parent looking to read to a child, this book is a great choice. Sitting on your lap, hearing you voice the words, and looking at the colorful, bright, engaging illustrations makes for a great experience. It worked for my 5-year-old grandson. By The Old Storyteller
Bing & Nero is a very cute book with lots of colorful illustrations. My 4 year old son really enjoyed the story and loved how Bing built the robot all by himself. I can see this book turning into a series! By Charity Tober