Meet PET! PET (which stands for polyethylene terephthalate, a type of plastic) was a simple plastic bottle until nine-year-old Noboru Yamada recycled him. Now PET's a SUPER ROBOT programmed to protect Noboru at all costs! Whenever Noboru's in trouble, PET transforms, plugs in, and jets to the rescue! Unfortunately, PET's "help" usually does more harm than good, proving time and again that just because you call yourself "super" doesn't mean you have a clue.
Leave it to PET! is a great comedy type of manga that has many good points and bad ones so I'll tell you what I like about this book and what I don't. Starting with the things I didn't like about the book, there were none! This book appeals to all ages, has great humor, and encourages kids how to recycle! You just can't deny a book that has a recycled bottle turn into a robot! Next, the things I liked about this book are that it has such a simple concept, a bottle of orange juice serving a kid just for recycling it. Also, the characters are so kawaii (cute)! The cast includes an orange juice bottle, a coke can, and a plastic box that have very simple faces. Finally, it is so educational at the same time fun to read! You learn that PET stands for "polyethylene terephthalate" and teaches you all the recycling signs so you'll know where cans and bottles go so you won't mix them up. That is all for why I like this book and why I don't.
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