Love, Z (Hardcover)

By Jessie Sima, Jessie Sima (Illustrator)

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 9781481496773, 48pp.

Publication Date: December 18, 2018

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

From the creator of Not Quite Narwhal comes the story of a young robot trying to find the meaning of “love.”

When a small robot named Z discovers a message in a bottle signed “Love, Beatrice,” they decide to find out what “love” means. Unable to get an answer from the other robots, they leave to embark on an adventure that will lead them to Beatrice—and back home again, where love was hiding all along.


About the Author

Jessie Sima is an author/illustrator living and working in New York City. She grew up in a small town in Southern New Jersey, unaware that she was a storyteller. Once she figured it out, she told her family and friends. They took it quite well. She is the author of Not Quite NarwhalHarriet Gets Carried Away; Love, Z; and Spencer’s New Pet. You can visit her at JessieSima.com.

Jessie Sima is an author/illustrator living and working in New York City. She grew up in a small town in Southern New Jersey, unaware that she was a storyteller. Once she figured it out, she told her family and friends. They took it quite well. She is the author of Not Quite NarwhalHarriet Gets Carried Away; Love, Z; and Spencer’s New Pet. You can visit her at JessieSima.com.


Praise For Love, Z

"A good springboard for kids and their caregivers to talk about what love means to them." - Kirkus Reviews

"A gentle, uplifting adventure about love’s many incarnations." - Booklist 

*** "Love, the robot finally learns, can be many different things—and sometimes it’s closer to home than one realizes." Publishers Weekly, starred review

*** "Love, the robot finally learns, can be many different things—and sometimes it’s closer to home than one realizes." Publishers Weekly, starred review

*** "Love, the robot finally learns, can be many different things—and sometimes it’s closer to home than one realizes." Publishers Weekly, starred review

*** "Love, the robot finally learns, can be many different things—and sometimes it’s closer to home than one realizes." Publishers Weekly, starred review