Rabbit and Robot and Ribbit

Rabbit and Robot and Ribbit What happens when two friends suddenly become three 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 Rab

  • Title: Rabbit and Robot and Ribbit
  • Author: Cece Bell
  • ISBN: 9780763679354
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What happens when two friends suddenly become three 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 eveWhat happens when two friends suddenly become three 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

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    1. Picked this as an early introduction to chapter books. My 2.5 year old kept up with the story, and I appreciated all the fun word play. The salesperson at my local children's bookstore recommended books from the "Sparks for new readers!" series and I'm excited to check out more titles.

    2. Great early chapter book series. Cece Bell does a great job writing these stories that will appeal to young readers.

    3. Rabbit surprises Robot with a visit, but it is Rabbit who is surprised when he finds out that Robot already has another visitor. Robot is in the middle of playing chess with Ribbit, a frog. Robot almost leaves, but Robot informs Rabbit that after the game they're going to watch Cowboy Jack Rabbit, Rabbit's favorite show. Rabbit stays but he's getting increasingly jealous of Ribbit's friendship with Robot. It's only a near catastrophe that helps Rabbit and Ribbit find some common ground.A cute be [...]

    4. I'm still working out our library's coding system but Step 4 takes me about 10-20 minutes to read (entirely) to Miss 3, Step 5 takes 20-30 mins to read half the book, Step 6 takes 20 minutes to read aloud one chapter.This has plenty of illustrations and in many ways is simply a longer picture book that's easy to read to interested pre-schoolers but more challenging for kids learning to read. It's not intentionally a phonics book but I did get tongue-tied occasionally over Robot, Ribbit and Rabbi [...]

    5. Had a little talk with Natalie surrounding this book. She said Rabbit should go home because Rabbit and Ribbit were too different. We got to talk about what they had in common and how they can both be friends with Robot. The pun about the duck bill she liked, but it went right over William's head. Highlights the difference between 7 and 5.

    6. The Rabbit and Robot series is quite cute; addressing friendship and conflict in particular with Ribbit. Conflict with friends comes up all the time in Elementary School and this book could help students recognize that you can have more than one good friend at a time.

    7. What a tongue-twister! Between the character names and Ribbit only ever saying "ribbit" I was having trouble reading this aloud. Still, a good lesson on playing with others and handling jealousy.

    8. I enjoyed this book because I like the part when Rabbit watched Robot and Ribbit played checkers. I like checkers.

    9. A cute elementary level book about friendship and jealousy. Unfortunately, the kids were either too old or too young to fully enjoy it. My toddler did love the pictures, however.

    10. Robot almost self-destructs because two of its friends can't play well together. I think it would be easy to read?

    11. Another solid addition by Cece. I feel the best part of this book is one of the characters is fallible and the word jealousy is used to describe it. What makes the story real is the conflict that leads to misunderstanding is communication. This type of plot resonates with students and opens the doors for discussion and experiences.

    12. This is the story of Robot and his friend Rabbit. Rabbit decides to surprise Robot, but ends up being the one surprised when he finds out that Robot has Ribbit there and they are in the middle of a Chess game. This is a great story about friendship and learning to share. The author does a great job of showing emotions that kids can relate to. I would recommend this for any collection looking for ways to teach kids that it is okay to have more than one friend and how to share.

    13. These are perfect early chapter books. They are humorous and teach social skills at the same time. I wish there were more than 2 in the series. My 7 and 5 year old were both entertained.

    14. Technically, this book doesn't come out until tomorrow but delivered my pre-order a day early! Oopsy on them. Awesome for me!My daughters absolutely loved Rabbit and Robot: The Sleepover where Rabbit and Robot have a sleepover where they make pizza, watch TV, play Go Fish and go to bed. So I had to pre-order this book. I haven't read it to them yet but I read it myself already and I love it. We just read the Elephant and Piggie book, My New Friend is So Fun! last night and this book makes a rea [...]

    15. A beginning chapter book in which Rabbit displays jealousy over his friend Robot's new friend, Ribbit. When Robot melts down after Rabbit and Ribbit's continued fighting, the pair must work together to take care of their friend and in the process end up developing a bond that forms the foundation of a new friendship.Excellent coverage of such a sticky, icky feeling most readers have experienced with friends in their lives and a satisfying conclusion.Digital illustrations. Recommended for grades [...]

    16. Rabbit is jealous of Robot's new friend, Ribbit. He can't understand what she's saying, but Robot has a Built in Frog Glossary. When they watch a movie together, there are flies in the popcorn, because Robot's Good Manners Meter says "Make food your guests will enjoy." But because Rabbit came late, there are no carrots! But when Rabbit and Ribbit start to fight and Robot shuts down from emotion overload, they must work together to figure out how to help Robot.Cute

    17. I can see teachers using this as fun for friendship discussions and even perhaps as a second grade guided reading book. I liked the others in the series, but so far this is my favorite. At first I thought it was going to be too didactic or sexist, but I like how Bell breaks down barriers. Nicely done!!

    18. Robot is friends with both Rabbit and Ribbit. But Rabbit does not want to be friends with Ribbit because he cannot understand her. The more they argue, the more overheated Robot becomes. When Robot passes out, Rabbit and Ribbit have to work together to revive him.

    19. Robot introduces Rabbit to a new friends, Ribbit. Rabbit can not understand Ribbit and is jealous but when Robot shuts downey must work together to fix their friend.Robot can understand frog and rabbit languagerabbit can't understand frog

    20. After reading this to my three-year-old, I decided this offers the elocutionary benefits of a tongue twister with the humorous seasoning of a robot voice. In other word, a fun read aloud.

    21. A silly transitional chapter book about friendship that will appeal to young readers who gravitate towards funny books.

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