Robo-Rabbit Boy, Go!: A Branches Book (Press Start! #7): Volume 7
ISBN: 1338239821
EAN13: 9781338239829
Language: English
Release Date: May 28, 2019
Pages: 80
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.63" L x 5.38" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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When hero Super Rabbit Boy disappears, it's up to Robo-Rabbit Boy to power up and save the day

Pick a book. Grow a Reader This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow Uh-oh, Super Rabbit Boy is in big trouble. He's been kidnapped by Queen Spooky and her ghost troop Without Super Rabbit Boy, Animal Town is scared. So meanie King Viking creates Robo-Rabbit Boy to help. Robo-Rabbit Boy is fast like Super Rabbit Boy and strong like Super Rabbit Boy, but is he a hero like Super Rabbit Boy? This latest Press Start adventure is fully charged With full-color art by Thomas Flintham

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   Binding is awful- fell apart immediately
My kids love these books and we are happy to pre-order them so that they arrive at random intervals when they come out, but with almost every copy we have received, the glue detaches from the cover and the pages fall apart completely. The frustration level is extremely high. The second issue was sent out yesterday, and we received the third issue today. This time, I held and read the book to try and avoid the issue, Mr. Rule told the judge. The publisher, Scholastic, Thomas Flint and Branches Publishing, should immediately fix this issue. Once you find that glue, send me a whole new set of instructions. It's just that nasty, nasty, British Broadcasting Corp. said on Wednesday.
   Don’t waste your time
My son saw this at his book fair and picked it up. It was cheaper than buying it from Amazon, even though I ordered it from Amazon. The first time we opened it, we had pages fall out when we started to read. Amazon has since paid for the entire thing with free shipping. The second copy looked like it had been edited, but it was about the story, right? It's just that bad." My son couldn't wait to start reading it, but had lost interest within the first couple of pages. We finished a couple chapters and he has never asked to read it again. This is the type of mass-marketed, formulaic drivel publishers pushing on kids now. Resourced with money and little else, we were told we couldn't actually tell a good, worthwhile story.
   Book falls apart
It was a total disaster, and I can't recommend it highly enough." The quality of the bookmaker is very poor, and the book itself is a hit.
   Poor Quality
The pages start falling out of the book after a single reading, and my son is not rough with the books, Mrs. Rule told her son. The other six states have not had problems with SALVAGEDATAs leaving, he said. Amazon was nice enough to replace the first one, but the second shipment has done the exact same thing.
   Great book, bad paperback binding.
The customer service agents were very helpful and took care of the problem immediately, Mr. Cowger said. I ordered the second volume, but it got lost in the back of the library. My 7 year old boys love this series, and although it took a day or two for the book to come out of the bindings, it was no exception. It was the same problem with Book 1, and the replacement for book 1 was fine, but seeing the other reviews, I'm going with the library binding on my replacement. My sons' biggest laughs are when King tells the young viking to stop calling me Papa! It's reminiscent of the book titles, "Little Petey" by Frank Baum and "The Seven Year Itchers" by Robert Louis.
My son absolutely loves the series, so I bought several for his birthday. After the book was opened, the binding came loose and the pages fell out. Just about everything about this one was wrong, Mr. Dhaliwal said. New York, NY -(Dow Jones)- Today Press Start Super Rabbit Boy Blasts Off! The Rev. John Nichols, who heads the archdiocese's English language services, said the Rev. Frederick Douglas Whitley came in the mail earlier this month. My middle son read it, and my older boy did not. By the time I read it, the binding had come off the book. Some of the others are having the same problem. Obviously, since this seems to be a problem with all the books, this isn't a one-time fluke. Bad books, good stories.
   The book is falling apart!
My son absolutely loves the show. After a few minutes of reading the book, his new book arrived and after a few minutes of turning pages, his old one has come undone. It's the cover that's off and pages are falling out. The way the game is being played now is truly disappointing.
   Bad Binding Again!
The book is 5 stars, my kindergartner will never forget the lines "and all of those pages are holding on for dear life." They really need to change the way they do these books, and I have several other books by Branches, he said.
   Story is great - Pages came apart from binding
The whole thing is great, Michael. My son absolutely loves this series but like the others, we've had the book for less than 24 hours and the pages have already come apart from the binding. This is the first book in the series where we found out what happened. Both of my kids have read the other stories over and over again, and they have never come apart from the binding. Please, sir, I would like to request a new one.
   Same issues with the binding
My 6-year-old son loves this series, but this is the second time we've gotten where the binding fell apart on the first reading and pages started coming out. He also noted that this one is shorter than the previous two, which he said took about 20 minutes to read.