Do Clockworks Dream of Gear-Toothed Sheep?
E. P. Isaacs
Tales of the Robot Nika #1
On Sale: August 13, 2015
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Childrens | Fantasy Historical
An epic fantasy that echoes some of the most beloved classic
children's tales of all time, E. P.
Isaacs's Do Clockworks Dream of Gear-Toothed Sheep? inspires
children to see themselves for
who they truly are—and never let go.
Nika Thought-werk may not be made from ordinary flesh and
bone, but this doesn't make her any
less loved by her friends—or any less needed by those who
find themselves in trouble. Although
she is made of porcelain, glass, and wax—a doll brought to
existence through the astonishing work
of a doctor in 1894 Ireland—Nika refuses to live a life that
is anything short of extraordinary.
As she makes her way through tornadoes, a lake filled with
stew, giant bubblegum bubbles, and a
sheep-napping, Nika must find the strength to go on—even
when faced with the gravest of
Along the way, she meets friends of every size and shape—all
of whom help Nika learn to see
herself for who she truly is.
This enchanting kid's tale bravely tackles some of the
issues that transgender children face,
providing readers with hope and encouragement that they are
not alone in their quest to find their
Tales of the Robot Nika
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