Andy Buckram's Tin Men

Andy builds four robots to help with farm work and baby sitting, little dreaming of the heroic services the robots will perform for him.
Andy Buckram s Tin Men Andy builds four robots to help with farm work and baby sitting little dreaming of the heroic services the robots will perform for him

  • Title: Andy Buckram's Tin Men
  • Author: Carol Ryrie Brink W.T. Mars
  • ISBN: 9780670124671
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About the Author

    Carol Ryrie Brink W.T. Mars

    Born Caroline Ryrie, American author of over 30 juvenile and adult books Her novel Caddie Woodlawn won the 1936 Newbery Medal.Brink was orphaned by age 8 and raised by her maternal grandmother, the model for Caddie Woodlawn She started writing for her school newspapers and continued that in college She attended the University of Idaho for three years before transferring to the University of California in 1917, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1918, the same year she married Anything Can Happen on the River, Brink s first novel, was published in 1934 She was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Idaho in 1965 Brink Hall, which houses the UI English Department and faculty offices, is named in her honor The children s section of the Moscow, ID Carnegie public library is also named after her.

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    • Dave Summers said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      See here's the thingny people can't point back to a single pivotal book from their childhood that changed them. I'm lucky enough to have that. This book entranced me with possibilities at a very young age. It made me think that anything was doable if you worked hard enough and could take advantage of the luck that came your way. I must have read it 20 times. It's a simple story, some may say too simple, but I wanted to be Andy Buckram so desperately that I started making all kinds of things out [...]

    • Robin Hillyer-Miles said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      I love this book.

    • Juanita Davis said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      I read this book when I was very young and never forgot it. Favorite book of all time!

    • legros said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      a childhood favorite. a fantastic story about a kid from a small town who makes robots out of scraps.

    • Sarah Grace said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      I loved this book when I was younger! I just wish it wasn't out of print and so hard to find. :(

    • Dianna said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      I cannot wait until my son can read this book. He will love it so much. A junkyard! A boy who makes robots that really work! Roughing it on an island with robots to help out! This is like Baby Island for the boys.

    • Benjamin said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      A wonderful, simple tale of invention and adventure. I remember this book and loved reading it again. Too bad it's so hard to find a copy or I would add it to my library.Excellent read for a young adult, but too lengthy as a childrens' book.

    • Lisa Scott said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      Where can I find this book online so I can read this to my grandchildren

    • Heather said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      There's a great show in here somewhere

    • Bryan said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      One of my first books after the "Golden Book Years". Lots of fun

    • Stephanie said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      It’s definitely a book of the era it was written in, women are made to be lower then men. That aside this is a wonderful book about a boy who at the end seems to have grown and realize that life is full of change.

    • Vicky said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      This was an excellent young boy book!

    • laurel [suspected bibliophile] said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      "Great Frogs and Catfish!"I can't remember when I first read "Andy Buckram's Tin Men"—it was "After Caddie Woodlawn" and I was apprehensive when my elementary school librarian put this book into my hands because it was a boy's book and about robots. But this book has stuck into my member for probably two decades at this point and I have been searching and searching and searching for a copy of it to the point where I look for it in every single used bookstore I can find, to the indulgent amusem [...]

    • Josh said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      One of my all-time favorite stories.What I learned from this book:Goodness matters. Kindness matters. Helping matters. But sometimes, things don't work out the way we want them to.

    • Leslie said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      I found a list of books I read during the summer when I was about 14. This was one of them. I don't remember anything about it, but I read it.

    • Jenny Wunrow-Lemke said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      One of my favorite books as a fourth grader in 1976.

    • Sara Whear said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      One of my favorite books as a kid.

    • Julie said:
      Oct 16, 2018 - 02:38 AM

      Super weird and certainly a product of its era—yet if I were a 12-year-old boy in 1966 I would love this sucker to DEATH.

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