Storytime at Adventure

Friendbots

With Vicky Fang
October 3, 2021

Author-illustrator Vicky Fang introduces I Can Read Comics, a brand-new early reader line that familiarizes children with the world of graphic novel storytelling and encourages visual literacy in emerging readers. 

Meet the robots Blink and Block! Blink is scanning the playground for treasure, and Block is pretty sure there’s no gold to be found. Will Blink prove that treasure does exist—or will these two new pals find something even better? 

Vicky will also demonstrate how to draw the Friendbots and discuss the similarities between writing graphic novels and putting on a play.

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Meet the Author

Vicky Fang

Vicky Fang is a product designer who spent 5 years designing kids’ technology experiences for both Google and Intel, often to inspire and empower kids in coding and technology. She started writing to support the growing need for early coding education, particularly for girls and kids of color. She is the author of nine new and upcoming STEAM books for kids, including Invent-a-PetI Can CodeLayla and the Bots, and her author-illustrator debut, Friendbots.
Find out more about Vicky by following her on Twitter at @fangmous or on her website at www.vickyfang.com.

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