REVIEW: Robot Dreams by Sara Varon

Kelly Herold was moved enough to read Robot Dreams twice, which she admits is odd, because there aren’t any actual words in the book. Our Cybils director and co-founder took to heart this story of a dog and a robot who start out as friends until one is forced to desert the other.

Varon’s treatment of friendship–and its painful loss–is universal. Anyone who has lost a friend–whether by carelessness, a move, or simply because that friend has walked away–will appreciate this book. If a wordless graphic novel can be lyrical, Robot Dreams is just that–lyrical.

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