Martin Baltscheit


Building Block and Balloon

Toddler anarchy in person – Accuratus, the little robot

The little robot Accuratus is new on Planet Earth. His full name is Accuratus² - because he’s two years old. Like any two-year-old, Accuratus is curious and full of ideas, and naturally his very own world revolves around him. And that’s just how he marches out of his rocket and looks around Earth. He’s never seen building blocks. Maybe you can eat them? Or talk to them? He throws them up in the air – and discovers you can build things with them too…

Simple picture stories in glowing colours for the very young, all about the many adventures to be had when you’re new on Planet Earth. Presented by a cuddly character you can’t fail to like – who does plenty of things wrong, gets plenty of things muddled up and speaks his very own gobbledygook. But there are a few things he can do much better than his two-year-old human friends. And he’s so strong – as strong as a robot.

Very first picture stories for the very young: for great fun recognising familiar items, spotting mistakes, laughing in amazement and telling new stories.


Klett Kinderbuch
32 pages, ISBN 978-3-941411-19-7
1. Auflage, April 2010
Rights sold: France, Spain (cast.)