Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot vs. the Jurassic Jackrabbits from Jupiter

Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot vs the Jurassic Jackrabbits from Jupiter With than one million books in print Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot are a big hit with children But have they finally met their match with the Jurassic Jack Rabbits from Jupiter It s Ricky Ricott

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  • Title: Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot vs. the Jurassic Jackrabbits from Jupiter
  • Author: Dav Pilkey Martin Ontiveros
  • ISBN: 9780439376433
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • With than one million books in print, Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot are a big hit with children But have they finally met their match with the Jurassic Jack Rabbits from Jupiter It s Ricky Ricotta s birthday, and as a special treat, his parents are taking him and his Mighty Robot to see dinosaurs at the museum Too bad they ve also invited Ricky s little cousinWith than one million books in print, Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot are a big hit with children But have they finally met their match with the Jurassic Jack Rabbits from Jupiter It s Ricky Ricotta s birthday, and as a special treat, his parents are taking him and his Mighty Robot to see dinosaurs at the museum Too bad they ve also invited Ricky s little cousin Lucy she s a real pest When they get to the museum, all the dinosaurs are missing their heads because an evil spacebunny from Jupiter has used the dino DNA to create Jurassic Jack Rabbits Now it s up to the entire Ricotta family, including Lucy, to stop them from taking over the planet With their easy to read language and action packed pictures, the Ricky Ricotta books are ideal for beginning readers.

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    1. Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot vs. the Jurassic Jackrabbits from Jupiter. by Dav Pilkey and Martin OntiverosI've never read any of Dav Pilkey's 'Captain Underpants' series, but from working in a book shop and a library, by all accounts, kids roughly between the ages of 5 and 8 LOVE these books. I thought I'd try his less celebrated character, Ricky Ricotta.Ricky was created to fill the much-loved role of larger-than-life rodent, able to overcome his always impossibly over-sized opponents - think ' [...]

    2. What a great book for boys who love robots and superheroes! The chapters are quick, we read 7 each night and finished it in 2 nights. It's great for a beginning reader as the text is a little larger and the words are not too difficult but the action makes it irresistible!

    3. We kind of enjoyed the fusion of rabbits and dinosaurs. Plot is pretty much the same from book to book. My nephew's level of enjoyment seems to hinge on how much physicality each book contains. This was more brain than brawn.

    4. This book had my children in gales of laughter. It's got it all: robots, bunnies turned into jurassic-bunnies out to destroy the planet, lines like "first came the electro-reflecto ejector protector" and a hilarious mouse character named Lucy who asks silly questions incessantly. The colorful illustrations by Santat are full of action and humorous details. The graphic novel format used intermittently is great for young readers, and the "flip-o-rama" interactive sections that allow the reader to [...]

    5. I like the book because of how they tricked the Robo-rabbits by putting the gum as teeth and the mittens as the tail and the scarf as the ears. Then the rabbits fall in love and Rickey goes to the meany machiny and turned the Jurassic rabbits to cute,nice bunnies.

    6. This book is about a kid that his friend is a robat and they fight crime togaderey will be in treated because they like robat 8 11 old.i will recommend because of robotser cool and can fly

    7. Sample quote: "He [General Jackrabbit] carried his Jurassic Jackrabbits up to the nose of his rocket ship and tossed them out. Then he zapped them with his Meany Machiney. ZAAAAAP!"

    8. This is the fifth book in the Ricky Ricotta series by Dav Pilkey. I thought it was interesting that he did not illustrate these books himself, although the format of the tale is very similar to his Captain Underpants books, without the silliness and toilet humor. I get the impression that this series was meant to appeal to younger readers, be more commercially acceptable, and avoid the Banned book lists. And thus, it lacks a lot of the charm of the Tra-la-la tales. Still, it's an entertaining an [...]

    9. This book tells the story of Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot as they fight the Jurassic Jackrabbits from Jupiter. General Jackrabbit wants to take over the whole of the universe and decides he is going to start with earth. However, when he goes to investigate, he realizes he has to take out the Mighty Robot first. He steals the heads of a few dinosaur fossils, mixes in his DNA, and creates evil monsters to battle with Mighty Robot.As the title implies, this book makes great use of alliteratio [...]

    10. By this time sitting down with Ricky Ricotta is a comfortable feeling as each book follows the same plotting device. Starting off with Ricky's birthday, he finds his day ruined when he learns his cousin Lucy will be attending the Dinosaur museum with them. Then it is off to Jupiter where a few humorous but factual facts about the planet are supplied and General Jackrabbit wants to take over the Galaxy starting with Earth. Deviating from the usual circumstances Ricky's Robot finds himself in trou [...]

    11. Ricky is going to celebrate his birthday at the museum. The only downside is that his annoying little cousin Lucy is tagging along. Ricky can’t wait to see the dinosaurs. But General Jackrabbit, an evil alien bunny from Jupiter, is determined to take over Earth. His plan involves cloning Jurassic Jackrabbits, using the heads of the dinosaurs in the museum. But Ricky and his Mighty Robot save the day with unexpected help from Lucy. She even gets to keep the cloned Jurassic Jackrabbits as pets a [...]

    12. This book was about that it was Rickey's birthday and they went to the museum but when they got there some of the bones of the Tyrannosaurus Rex were missing . The ones who took it was the jackrabbit from Jupiter. so then with those bones he made some giant jackrabbits. So then they went to earth and took the might robot and Ricky went in the spaceship to but he sneaked in. so then Ricky set up a trap and tricked the jackrabbits.So then they got to earth and sent the main guy of the jackrabbits [...]

    13. 3 stars for me, 5 from my children = 4 overall :-)Ricky Ricotta books are filled with kid-pleasing humor, superhero action, comic book style illustrations, larger than life villains, alliterative text, how-to-draw directions, and the "flip-o-rama" feature which has the reader flipping pages quickly to make the characters appear to have movement. With names like Dr. Stinky McNasty, a Meany Machiney, and super duper villains from every planet, these consistently make kids laugh and have them comin [...]

    14. This book, another in the series featuring Ricky Ricotta, will appeal to young readers because of its easy to read text and flip-the-pages features. It's birthday time for Ricky, and he's delighted to have a visit to the museum planned. What he isn't too thrilled about is sharing the day with his cousin Lucy. But General Jackrabbit almost ruins his day with his evil plot to take over the world with three Jurassic Jackrabbits that he has cobbled together. With some unexpected help from Lucy, Rick [...]

    15. I think the story is funny and hilarious. This story begins with a little mouse's birthday. His mom and dad gave him a new bicycle as a birthday present. His mom, dad, his cousin Lucy and his mighty robot went to the dinosaur museum. About 350 miles away from earth, there is a planet called Jupiter. The leader of Jupiter is General Jack Rabbit. He hated his planet. He is trying to take over Earth. So, the General Jack Rabbit got an idea to use the dinosaur's DNA to make monsters. But he didn't h [...]

    16. Christopher struggled a bit with Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot vs. the Jurassic Jackrabbits from Jupiter. I don't know if he's just gotten burned out on the series or if he just didn't like this book as much. Last night I finally finished the last couple of chapter thinking we could just move on to another book or the next one in the series. He enjoyed listening to it, and he did read the flip-o-rama fight. He enjoys that part of each book the most, especially when the robot does his victory danc [...]

    17. This book is about a boy named Ricky who gets to spend his birthday at a dinosaur museum. Only when he gets there he finds out that the museum has been taken over by an evil-space bunny that also plans to take over the earth. Ricky and his mighty robot have to find a way to fight off the evil-space bunny and protect the earth.This book is intended for the primary age group. This fits the criteria for science-fiction because robots do not exist and neither do evil-space bunnies. This book is defi [...]

    18. The Ricky Ricotta books are very simplistic. Good vs. Evil. Good always wins. Everything turns out great in the end. Kids have not consequences for their foolishness. Ignorant parents and teachers have no idea what's going on. A ridiculous justice system puts evil interplanetary masterminds in the town jail. A regular kid saves the Universe. An author writes the same story nine times and people keep buying the books. Idiots like me keep reading them. It's everything we love about America.

    19. I like that Pilkey kept his famous his flip-o-ramas in these books and has a how to draw the characters in the book at the end. Much more "acceptable" language/storyline than Captain Underpants, but maintains it's silliness that Captain Underpants fans love. I also like that each boo, with the exception of the first, has a different bad guy from each planet. That would makes these books fun as read alouds during a unit on space/planets.

    20. This is the last one in this series that I was able to track down and the only one I read in hardback and color. Quick read, formulaic, but entertaining in their way. I don't really understand why the last one or two of the projected titles were scrapped when they made 7 of them, but I suppose the sameness of the stories led to fatigue.

    21. A great series for those in need of early chapter books. Wonderful illustrations, and positive stories that are funny and full of action. Series Review | TpT Store | Pinterest

    22. i like this book." this book is mainly about how this cute robot who helps people and make sure that save the world also make sure the people are safeis book is mainly my most favorite book i ever read. i love people to read this book it is just like iron man but different.you can find this book in ms.woodard's libary graphic novels.

    23. My son found these books after reading the entire Captain Underpants series, and he was looking for more funny Dav Pilkey stories. These were a hit, but Captain Underpants is more popular amongst my kids.

    24. This book was ok because it was just not that exciting, but there was one part where Lucy dresses as a rabbit and the rabbit robots love for her, but this book was nice to read for more than that reason.

    25. This book is about General Jackrabbit from Mars which is orange in the book but Mars is red in real life. He tries to get Ricky's mighty robot. The good guys win. My favorite part was when Ricky's robot was wearing his pajamas. Rated and reviewed by Dylan, age 8.

    26. Wanted to read one to see what these were about. The illustrations are awesome and the story moves along well. I like them! I think it's especially cool that you can flip pages and also learn to draw characters.

    27. This is the first chapter book my son's read! Of course, i read it to him when he was younger, and he loves the characters. He was intimidated by all the long dinosaur names, but there's so much illustrations on the page, that he didn't feel overwhelmed by the text.

    28. A very cleverly written beginning reader with some fun built in features. I love the alliteration and the illustrations.

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