Built for Speed: A Branches Book (Layla and the Bots #2) (Paperback)

Built for Speed: A Branches Book (Layla and the Bots #2) Cover Image
By Vicky Fang, Christine Nishiyama (Illustrator)
$5.99
Coming From our Warehouse. Usually Ships in 1-5 Days

Description


Ready, set, go! Layla and the Bots are heading to the races!

Pick a book. Grow a Reader!

This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow!

Blossom Valley is hosting a go-kart race! The go-karts are provided for all the kids in town. Layla and the Bots can't wait for race day! But one racer, Tina, needs their help. She needs a new cart that uses hand-controls and other cool features. Layla and the Bots know just what to do... they will build her a brand-new cart that's even faster than her wheelchair! But will Tina's go-kart have enough speed to win the race? With full-color artwork on every page and speech bubbles throughout, this early chapter book series brings kid-friendly STEAM topics to young readers!

About the Author


Vicky Fang has designed technology experiences for kids at Google and Intel Labs, where she’s designed robots, installations, games, activities, and more. She started writing to support the growing need of early coding education, particularly for girls and minorities. Layla and the Bots is her first chapter book series. You can visit Vicky at vickyfang.com.



Christine Nishiyama is an illustrator and the founder of Might Could Studios. She self-published a picture book called iWe Are Fungi/i. You can visit Christine at mightcouldstudios.com.

Praise For…


bPraise for iHappy Paws/i (Layla and the Bots #1):/b

"This easy-to-predict story, told in a mix of text and speech balloons, will give new readers confidence while imparting solid STEM lessons of research and implementation, and it's great to see a young girl of color portrayed as a confident inventor (and rock star). A solid introduction for an appealing new chapter-book character." -- iKirkus Reviews/i

"This transitional chapter book is ideal for emergent or early fluency readers. It includes charming illustrations to assist with decoding, and interesting STEM themes... this bright, inventive title would make a nice addition to a library's early chapter book collection." -- iSchool Library Journal/i


Product Details
ISBN: 9781338582925
ISBN-10: 1338582925
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Publication Date: August 4th, 2020
Pages: 80
Series: Layla and the Bots