Rabbit & Robot and Ribbit

Rabbit & Robot and Ribbit

Book - 2016 | First edition
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Rabbit is excited. He is going to surprise his good friend Robot at home. DING DONG! When Robot opens the door, he is surprised. He wasn't expecting Rabbit. In fact, he is already engrossed in a game of checkers with another friend, Ribbit. Now Rabbit is the one who is surprised, and a bit jealous. While Robot thinks everything Ribbit says is humorous, all Rabbit hears is "ribbit." And Ribbit eats flies with her popcorn. Gross! When Rabbit and Ribbit get mad because they both want to be Cowboy Jack Rabbit, Robot's Emotion Decoder overheats, leaving him out of commission. Can Rabbit and Ribbit find a way to work together to revive their friend? New readers will find plenty to chuckle over as Robot's two friends become friends themselves. -- amazon.com
Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, 2016
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780763679354
Branch Call Number: E BELL-C
Characteristics: 42 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm


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nmaryann Oct 28, 2016

I LOVED Rabbit & Robot and Ribbit just as much as Rabbit & Robot: The Sleepover (Book 1).

In this sequel, we are introduced to Robot's friend Ribbit the frog. Jealousy ensues when Rabbit learns about Ribbit. After a disagreement occurs between Rabbit and Ribbit and poor Robot’s Emotion Decoder overheats, the two friends have to work together to reset their robot friend.

Great fun to read aloud (especially using a r-o-b-o-t voice to read Robot's lines).

Perfect early chapter book for emerging readers that radiates the charming sensibility of Lobel's Frog and Toad, and the humor of Marshall's George and Martha.

Cece Bell please, please write us a third book!


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