Doll-E 1.0

Doll-E 1.0

A STEM-friendly tale of a girl and the doll she upgrades to be her new friend, for fans of The Most Magnificent Thing and Rosie Revere, Engineer.

Charlotte's world is fully charged! With her dog at her side, she's always tinkering, coding, clicking, and downloading. She's got a knack for anything technological--especially gadgets that her parents don't know how to fix! Then, she receives a new toy that is quite a puzzle: a doll! What's she supposed to do with that? Once she discovers the doll's hidden battery pack, things start to get interesting...while her faithful canine sidekick wonders if he'll be overshadowed by the new and improved Doll-E 1.0! With a little ingenuity and an open mind, everyone can be friends in this endearing, modern tribute to the creative spirit of play.

Title:Doll-E 1.0
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780316510318
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    Doll-E 1.0 Reviews

  • Ashley (ashleyOutpaged)

    Sometimes you feel like reading a super cute picture book haha 😂😂...

  • Viviane Elbee

    Fantastic book for STEM lovers and kids who love to tinker with their toys.Charlotte's parents are concerned that she's a little too tech-y, so they buy her a doll. But when she discovers the doll has...

  • Jason

    Unique combination of the stereotypically feminine and masculine to illustrate how one child can be drawn to both/all gender expressions. ...

  • Marissa Elera

    This is my new SUPERFAVORITE!!!...

  • Cathy Mealey

    It’s techno-trouble for clever Charlotte, the heroine of McCloskey’s DOLL-E 1.0, because she doesn’t comprehend the purpose of her new toy, a doll. With her trusty canine sidekick Blutooth, Char...

  • Edward Sullivan

    This one leaves me ambivalent. I love Charlotte's creative and inventive spirit, but why does she have to turn the doll into a gadget before she can enjoy it? How about just some imaginative, non-tech...

  • Margaret Chind

    Originally posted on Creative Madness Mama.Today's generation of children has different toys from the past days I remember. Everything today is very electronic and active. In some ways there is less i...

  • Jared White

    Charlotte is a techie, she's always helping her parents with their electronics and even building her own. But her parents worry that she's maybe too techie and wonder if she shouldn't do some good old...

  • Jessie Oliveros

    This book is so much fun! My 5 year-old and 8 year-old girls LOVE it. (I even caught my 11 year-old son sneaking a read.) The illustrations are fun and appealing, the color palette (the blue hair!) re...

  • Amanda Carlisle || TheScatteredShelf

    Doll-E 1.0 is the first book I've read by Shanda McCloskey. It follows a young girl named Charlotte who is totally plugged in. Everything in her life has a plug, battery, or some other power source. E...