Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot Vs. the Uranium Unicorns from Uranus

Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot Vs the Uranium Unicorns from Uranus Book by Pilkey Dav

  • Title: Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot Vs. the Uranium Unicorns from Uranus
  • Author: Dav Pilkey Martin Ontiveros
  • ISBN: 1439588341
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Book by Pilkey, Dav

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    1 thought on “Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot Vs. the Uranium Unicorns from Uranus”

    1. Dav Pilkey is one of my son's favorite authors, he has read all of the Captain Underpants series and most of the Ricky Ricotta series. Last night for bedtime we read #7 in the series. The Ricky Ricotta series seems written for the age group just below the Captain Underpants age group. It was a fun adventure with an underlying theme of not taking friends for granted. The illustrations were perfect for the story and there was some flip-o-rama as well as "how to's" for drawing the characters. Both [...]

    2. I really like these books because there not long to read and there cool I just like reading these books. Also liked this book because of how the unicorns came from their own planet trying to take Over the planet Rick and his robot lived in

    3. Christopher read this book in one sitting at one of our recent reading parties. Somehow they're morphed into him reading to me, but it's OK (for now at least). I enjoy listening to him read. This book had a funny Trojan horse like decoy plot. It was absurd but fun as usual. I love the mix of chapters with full picture pages, comics, and flip-o-rama fighting in these books. It breaks it up for young readers, and it makes the books go fairly quicklymsradius/2017/03/juv

    4. I enjoyed this book because I like Ricky Ricotta books. I did not like this book because I do not like unicorns.

    5. This is the seventh 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 [...]

    6. This fun and humorous science fiction adventure is a picture book in the size and shape of a chapter book. Like a picture book, each page contains a full color painting with a limited amount of text. Like a chapter book it has about 125 pages divided into about 12 chapters in a book about the same size as the "Magic Tree House" books. Although the style and story make this book perfect for a reader who is in about Second Grade, it is fun and interesting for people of all ages.The very experience [...]

    7. In this installment of the Ricky Ricotta adventure series, Ricky is discouraged because his Mighty Robot pal is so big that he sometimes spoils Ricky’s fun. One night Ricky wishes for a big friend for his big robot. His wish comes true in the form of a Ladybot that mesmerizes Mighty Robot and puts him out of commission. The Ladybot is part of the plan of the nefarious Uncle Unicorn from Uranus. Since his planet is overcome with nuclear waste, he intends to take over Earth. With Mighty Robot no [...]

    8. In this adventure, Ricky and his Robot get into some trouble with some pesky unicorns. Ricky is trying to adjust to life having a giant robot as a best friend. The only problem is that the robot cannot do all of the things Ricky can and ends up making everything not fun for Rickey. The Unicorns then send a “ladybot” to hypnotize the robot so they could destroy Earth. After the robot is gone for some time, Ricky realizes that he misses the robot and all of the things they did together. This i [...]

    9. Having a gigantic robot as a best friend may be awesome in many ways, but Ricky Ricotta finds himself wishing that his Mighty Robot wasn't quite so big and inconvenient. His annoyance makes it hard for him to enjoy the fun they usually have. He comes to regret that annoyance when Uncle Unicorn sends a female robot to entice Mighty Robot. It's up to Ricky, his cousin Lucy, and her animal friends to free the robot from the effects of the Hypno-Ray that has him all tied up. The book has all the usu [...]

    10. 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 [...]


    12. The last book in this version of the series. Two more books are expected to be released with the updated editions in 2014 and 2015. This is probably the least creative of the entire series and feels a little tired to me, an adult, but it follows form and young readers will probably enjoy the introduction of Ladybot, a supposed friend for Mighty Robot. Includes the usual takeover of earth and seeing all the villains in jail at the end.

    13. 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.

    14. I loved this book because I like nonfiction books. I also like this book because I like how the author rights. This book was about mighty robot and he finds a girlfriend and he gets in love with her and Ricky feels left out.But his girlfriend is evil and then there was a unicorn in there it was a trap for they could capture mighty robot. So then they start to fight the unicorns from Uranus . I recommended this book to people that like nonfiction books and that love the author pikley dav.

    15. This is basically a comic book to me. Armpit fart styled humor and lots of illustrations, which weren't actually bad, and the only redeeming feature of this series. I should have known the Captain Underpants author would not match up with my taste for kids reading. I guess, IF your child hated reading, AND this were the only kind of book they'd read, thenybe.

    16. 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

    17. this book is about a robot who wus set up in a trap and it had a lot of finding.This book wus a little of an good book that helps you want to read more of the same books of it.I will recommend this book to Amieer because he will like the book it has lots of fighting in it and a pet dinosaurs.

    18. The 7th book in this reboot of a terrific series for the elementary crowd. I've said before that the illustrations breath new life into the Ricky stories. Colorful, energetic, action-packed and humorous.

    19. Ricky Ricotta loves his Mighty Robot,but sometimes it's hard having a best friend who is so BIG!If only his Mighty Robot had someone his own size to play with,Ricky could have some fun by himself.Little does Ricky know,his wish is about to come true.

    20. This book had a 'romantic' touch to it (kind of). The part where a ladybot shoots lazers at mighty robot to fall in love was weird. The part where the enemy was unicorns was the funniest part. I hope you get a chance to read this book!

    21. This was extremely funny and engaging for my young emergent reader.He can't wait to go back to the library and get another.

    22. I received this book through a good reads giveaway. The kids I work with are going to love this book. It's so much fun to read. Thank you!

    23. This came home in the backpack from the school library. It was a fast read and one that was "inspired" by seeing classmates reading it.

    24. I received this book in a giveaway. My grandkids wanted to read it as soon as they saw it. Both kids had to do the flip-o-Rama.

    25. i really dont think the author put his best foot forward when he wrote this book i think he could have did a little more and more touch ups

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