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Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot Vs. The Jurassic Jack Rabbits From Jupiter

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Ricky Ricottas Mighty Robot Vs
ASIN: 0439376432

Blue Sky Press

Author: Dav Pilkey
Package Quantity: 1

Looking to buy an ideal child's book? Pick up a copy of Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot Vs. The Jurassic Jack Rabbits From Jupiter by Dav Pilkey. The author is Dav Pilkey and it was published on the 1st of September, 2002 by Blue Sky Press. The children's book is 128 pages long. The book is 0.33" Height x 7.6" Length x 5.34" Width. It has a weight of 0.26 lbs. To obtain your personal copy of this book, visit the add to cart button on this page.

With over a single million books in print, Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot are a big hit with children! It's Ricky Ricotta's birthday, and as a particular treat, his parents are taking him and his Mighty Robot to view dinosaurs at the museum. Now it's up to the complete Ricotta family, such as Lucy, to cease them from taking over the planet. With their easy-to-read language and action-packed pictures, the Ricky Ricotta books are best for beginning readers. But have they finally met their match employing the Jurassic Jack Rabbits from Jupiter? Too bad they've also invited Ricky's tiny cousin Lucy--she's a real pest! simply because an evil spacebunny from Jupiter has used the dino DNA to create Jurassic Jack Rabbits! When they get for the museum, all the dinosaurs are missing their heads.

Little Ricky (a smart young mouse, for those of you just joining us) is getting a birthday, and that's cause for some serious robotic celebration. And how better to accomplish that than generating use of the museum's dino skeletons, several inside the General's personal DNA, and a Meany Machiney to create three big, mean Jurassic Jackrabbits? He's hoping to take over Earth, but he knows that genuinely first he's got to take down Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot. The family--along with cousin Lucy (" a little PEST! ") --piles on best from the Mighty Robot for a trip to see dino skeletons in the local museum. Unfortunately, General Jackrabbit, evil ruler of Jupiter's"billions of carrot-loving jackrabbits"(the carrots make the planet orange, you see) , has other plans for our heroes.

There's no doubt that Pilkey may be much funnier when he has more words to operate with--witness any from the Captain Underpants books (and Ricky Ricotta is no George or Harold) --but this series at least gives younger readers something fun to do while working on their reading chops. And, of course, you don't have to read a single word to thoroughly enjoy Flip-o-Rama, Pilkey's"world-famous cheesy animation technique,"which lets readers flip pages back and forth to animate the action. (Also includes step-by-step drawing tips from equally fun-loving illustrator Martin Ontiveros.) (Ages 4 to 8) --Paul Hughes


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