WIN AN ARTIE 3000 ROBOT
9 January 2020
In David Walliams brilliant new book the Beast of Buckingham Palace, it’s the year 2120 and London is in ruins. Young Prince Alfred has never left his home, Buckingham Palace, but when his beloved mother, the Queen, is dragged off to the Tower of London, Alfred sets off on a mission to rescue her.
Then a mysterious beast begins roaming the halls of Buckingham Palace and Alfred must gather all his courage to save not just the kingdom… but the world!
In David Walliams’ brilliant book, two robots roam around Buckingham Palace – the Octobut, an eight-armed butler with iron, vacuum cleaner, duster and fly swatter attachments, and the All-Seeing Eye (below, left), a giant roving camera used to spy on everyone. Yikes!
One lucky reader will win their very own robot friend – an Artie 3000, a WiFi-enabled robot who connects to your computer or tablet and draws whatever you code. Cool!
To enter, just tell us how many small black ravens are hidden on this page (or on the Beast of Buckingham Palace page in issue 172 of Nat Geo Kids). Good luck!
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