Life for Danny Abel was fairly routine and predictable until the day he opened his father's journal. From there he was swept into a world of intrigue and suspense which took him to the uppermost levels of the Pentagon. He discovered that his father had invented a BRAIN (Basic Reasoning Artificial Intelligence Network) that would allow a computer to think, reason, and grow in understanding just like a human being. This new invention and what one Pentagon scientist did with it wind together in a classic tale of good and evil which catapults the Abel family into a dangerous vortex of government corruption and national security. Yet it also underscores the reality of God the Creator, the validity of God's Word, and the need to follow God's plan for our lives.
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I Have to Save My Mini-bot! is fresh and timely. The storyline is compelling and the artwork is stunning. It is Biblically solid and easily understood by a child but also challenges the prevailing secularism into which our children have been immersed. It does this without becomming tedious or boring. The relevance and genius of the storyline provides wonderful opportunities for the teacher to emphasize the importance of making right choices. David Kraai has produced a magnetic tool to hold children on the edge of their seats and anxious for the next episode. --Dr. Wayne Kraiss, Dean, Vanguard University (Ret.)
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