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RICKI THE ROBOT SAVES THE WORLD

Two Different People Come together

The inevitable joy of creation brought two different people together to write this book. Michelle Richardson, an Australian author and philanthropist, George Kibaru, a Kenyan editor and illustrator who shared a dream of making the world a better place. Part of the proceeds of this book will go towards providing natural and integrative health solutions to the children of the world. 

“Oh my gosh!” Ricki screams. “I’ve landed somewhere with a big thump right on my control panel. Where am I? And what is this mysterious place?”  He looks down to find his feet firmly planted on a rough, shaggy, ground. He is surrounded by green and brown things, some short and others tall, waving in the fine cold breeze. He quickly rolls out his screen of numbers and figures but it does not compute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"How did I get here and what kind of magical trick did my big brother computer play on me before I left? That boy is going to be in trouble when I get back home!" he thinks out loud. Some little creatures are flying overhead. He looks up and sees a wide blue dome. He had seen the blue dome in a picture when he was little. "The sky, aha!" he remembers.

His computer flashes and he searches his programs to find out what the tiny flying creatures are. To his surprise, he discovers they are called 'birds.' How bizarre – is this Earth where he has landed?

Suddenly, Ricki sees a girl running.

"Hey you!" Ricki yells out. The little girl with golden hair and a strong body is startled and turns around to see Ricki, mouth wide open. She has tears running down her cheeks. "Who are you and what are you running from?" Ricki asks.

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