About this Book Can I Build Another Me? follows a child's hilarious, wildly inventive train of thought as he decides to make a clone of himself - and starts to ponder what makes him him. Is it the scar on his knee or his sticky palms? Is it his love of acorns or the way he winks? The more he thinks about it, the more complicated it becomes.
Reviews Around the World I love this book! This book is a fantastic picture book, which also has features of a graphic novel, for all ages (both key stage one and two). This book has a good plot; it is about a young boy who buys a robot which will act like him, but in order for the robot to be like the boy he has to find out what the boy is like so it asks him lots of questions. The questions the robot asks makes the boy consider who he is and what he likes, such as the places he likes to go, his likes and dislikes and what people think of him. This will encourage children to think about who they are as a person. This book could be used in PSHE lessons in both key stage one and key stage two. The illustrations in this book are also brilliant as they show what the boy likes, which is useful for children who find reading difficult, and they are also very colourful. I definitely recommend this book. - Claire Holloway, Goodreads