Rita wants a Robot by Máire Zepf and Mr Ando, Andrew Whitson, published by Graffeg
Rita wants a Robot
Rita wants a Robot
Rita wants a Robot
Rita wants a Robot
Rita wants a Robot
Rita wants a Robot
Rita wants a Robot
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Publication 01 November 2021 – Pre-order now.

Paperback | Age 2+ | 36 pages | 250 x 250mm
Publication November 2021 | ISBN 9781914079672

Meet Rita. Rita has a messy bedroom and wishes for a robot that could tidy her bedroom for her. But after thinking about how much chaos a super-sorting robot could make, especially at dinnertimes and Christmas, Rita decides she is much better at sorting.

Máire Zepf has written 12 books for children, from picture books to a YA verse novel. Winner of the KPMG Children’s Book of the Year, the Réics Carl Award and a White Raven in 2020, her books appear in 8 languages worldwide. The Co. Down author was the first Children’s Writing Fellow for Northern Ireland and is Artistic Director for Quotidian.

Andrew Whitson is an award-winning artist and Belfast native who likes to be called Mr. Ando! He lives in an old house which is nestled discreetly on the side of a misty hill; at the edge of a magic wood, below an enchanted castle in the shadow of a giant’s nose. His house looks down over Belfast Harbour where the Titanic was built and up at the Belfast Cavehill.

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