Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot

Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot Meet Ricky Ricotta He s an ordinary mouse with ordinary problems sometimes he gets picked on at school and feels a bit lonely Then one day a giant flying Robot enters his life The evil Dr Stinky has

Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot by Dav Pilkey Ricky feels lonely and is picked on by bullies Dr Stinky creates a giant Robot to destroy the city, but Ricky and the Robot become friends and help each other Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot series Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot is a series of children s graphic novels written by Dav Pilkey best known for his Captain Underpants books and first seven books illustrated by Martin Ontiveros and all nine books, including two long awaited sequels, illustrated by Dan Santat In each book, Ricky Ricotta, a mouse, with the help of his mighty robot, saves the world from an evil villain. Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot Dav Pilkey Kids Ricky Ricotta Dav Pilkey As a child, Dav Pilkey was diagnosed with dyslexia and ADHD Dav was so disruptive in class that his teachers made him sit out in the hall every day. Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot All The Tropes Wiki Ricky Ricotta is the fictional hero of a series of adventure novels for children written by Dav Pilkey best known for his Captain Underpants books , and illustrated by U.S artist Martin Ontiveros In each book, Ricky Ricotta, a mouse, with the help of his mighty robot, saves the world from an Category Characters Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot Wiki Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community View Mobile Site Capt Marvel Hulk Thor Hulk Thor Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot Heroes Wiki FANDOM Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot in his glory Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot is the titular deuteragonist of Dav Pilkey s book series of the same name He is the best friend of the titular hero Ricky Ricotta Originally, he was created by the evil Dr Stinky McNasty to terrorize Squeakyville. Video Dav Pilkey Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot vs the Uranium Unicorns from Uranus Book Ricky Ricotta Heroes Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Ricky Ricotta is the main protagonist of Dav Pilkey s Ricky Ricotta s Mighty Robot series He is an anthropomorphic, juvenile, brown mouse who owns a robot of his own.He lives with his parents in a house and is always saving his robot, the solar system, and his own planet from every book s villain. Dav Pilkey David Murray Dav Pilkey Jr d e v born March , is an American author and illustrator of children s literature Pilkey is best known as the author and illustrator of the children s book series Captain Underpants and Dumb Bunnies, the latter of which are written under the pseudonym Sue Denim Home Dav Pilkey Have you met Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot Little Ricky Ricotta has a problem the bullies at school pick on him all the time Until one day, he saves the life of a mighty robot.

  • Title: Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot
  • Author: Dav Pilkey Martin Ontiveros
  • ISBN: 9780439993531
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet Ricky Ricotta He s an ordinary mouse with ordinary problems sometimes he gets picked on at school and feels a bit lonely Then, one day, a giant flying Robot enters his life The evil Dr Stinky has created the Robot to try to destroy Squeakyville But the Robot doesn t want to harm the mice, and he tries to escape his conniving creator Thing is, he can t not withoutMeet Ricky Ricotta He s an ordinary mouse with ordinary problems sometimes he gets picked on at school and feels a bit lonely Then, one day, a giant flying Robot enters his life The evil Dr Stinky has created the Robot to try to destroy Squeakyville But the Robot doesn t want to harm the mice, and he tries to escape his conniving creator Thing is, he can t not without Ricky s help, that isTogether, Ricky and the Robot must defeat Dr Stinky and save the city

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    1. This is the first 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 [...]

    2. What a great book for young action/adventure aficionados! The story was exciting, action-packed, and most importantly for some parents, age appropriate for kindergarten to second or third grade aged kids. There is a message in this book, but it doesn't beat the reader over the head, and I didn't think it was overly syrupy, either. There were some mild fisticuffs, which I didn't think were misplaced or over-the-top, but I do think this was a slightly discordant note in the book because the story [...]

    3. Cute! This is a good beginning chapter reader, especially for a boy. The graphic novel aspect of it would be enjoyed as well. It made me smile.

    4. Reason for Reading: Ds read aloud to me as his reader.I used to be a snob about Dav Pilkey's books but I've gotten over that :-) My son loves anything by him. He used to take this series out of the library and *look* at it and now he can finally read it. And he read it very well, indeed. This is exactly his reading level. He needed help with about one word per every other page. The story is silly and fun but not babyish, making it very good for struggling older elementary kids. The Flip-o-rama p [...]

    5. Ricky Ricotta’s Mighty Robot is one of the best easy readers I have encountered. It is a perfect transition to chapter books with large illustrations and never too many words on a page. However, it is formatted like a thick chapter book making early readers feel very successful as they whiz through the chapters. The story includes evil villains, mighty robots, but also shares valuable lessons about standing up to bullies. With simple writing, the level is good for young readers, but includes s [...]

    6. This book is about a mouse named Ricky Ricotta and his best friend who is a robot originally designed to destroy their city. In this particular book, from the Mighty Robot series, Ricky is being bullied on the way to school, as well as at school. The robot ends up protecting Ricky and forever making the bullies leave him alone. The robot is also bullied by the evil scientist, Dr. Stinky, that created him and Ricky protects the robot from him. They lived happily ever after, until the next book th [...]

    7. When my son, who just graduated kindergarten, got to the end of a chapter and I said, "Do you want to stop for the night or keep reading?" he shouted, "keep reading!" He was introduced to some great new vocab words yet I felt the author really tried hard to keep the reading level down for more of a beginning reader. We both loved the "flip-o-rama" sections of illustration where my son could also add in some fun sound effects. He loved being able to read on his own something with both adventure a [...]

    8. A fun read with broad action packed illustrations about Ricky's unconventional friendship with the Mighty Robot. Also a fun flip-o-rama to "animate the action" Highly recommended for beginning readers Gr. K-2 who like robots and adventure/ are looking for a new series.

    9. Super cute narrative; not very funny, though. Be aware that it is not intended to be as comedy-centric as "Cpt. Underpants".

    10. Bathroom humor, mutant alien battles and animated fight scenesPilkey is genius at knowing what appeals to 5-7 year old boys

    11. I normally don't review the books I read to my kids, but this series is too dynamic to be ignored. Our kids, ranging from 4-8, all have gathered every night for the last eight nights to hear a volume read to them. We ran through the series pretty fast because it was just perfect. Great use of mixed-media and just all around fun.

    12. This is a great story for young readers. The nine year old boy I read it with enjoyed the flip book aspects. The themes of the story transcend time and are always relevant to growing children.

    13. Another great graphic novel for younger boys to help them feel confident in their reading skills! Not very deep and pretty funny :)

    14. Not as interesting or fun as the Captain Underpants series but I can see reluctant readers getting into this series (that is more appropriate that CU).

    15. I enjoyed this book because I like Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot. I also enjoyed this book because I like Ricky Ricotta books.

    16. The Mighty Robot was recommended to me by my twin sister. He son, Andy (age 5), loves them, and she thought Christopher would like them too. She was right! He loves them. And so do I. Jim read this first book to him all in one night, and I was shocked. Then Christopher read the whole thing to me the next night. It took him less than 19 minutes. I couldn't believe it. He wouldn't stop. A book that had him that interested in reading made me go onto the library website and reserve the rest of the s [...]

    17. Divertida história com um rato e um robô. Dav Pilkey, americano, é considerado um expert em literatura para leitores mais jovens, e é autor de várias séries para crianças, como Ricky Ricota, Capitão Cueca, Superbebê Fraldinha e Coelhos Tapados.Além de uma história com elementos clássicos (cientista maluco, robô lutando contra monstro, etc.), bem ilustrada e de textos curtos, uma coisa bem interessante é que as páginas possibilitam uma pequena animação com uma antiquíssima técn [...]

    18. Ricky's First AdventureMy six year old enjoyed this story. He was able to read the words all by himself. The pictures were well drawn, full of vibrant colors, and dynamic composition.

    19. I had some fun reading this book though I would have to say its more of a "transitional" graphic novel than an actual graphic novel.Dav Pilkey's writing for this age range is easy to read and follow for children in the first and second grades(it could even be suited for high level kindergarten readers). The book is also a nice change of pace from the increasingly complicated toilet based mythology of the Captain Underpants series and it actually has a surprising maturity for its age level.The ar [...]

    20. Personal reaction: I thought this book was a lot of fun because of the way Ricky saves the robot from the evil villain and finds a new friend that he can save the world with in the process. I also really liked the 'Flip-O-Gram' feature where you could flip pages back and forth really quickly to make the pictures look animated.Purpose: This would be a great book for a transitional reader to read because of the picture support the book gives. Additionally, the words have a nice balance between unf [...]

    21. Ricky Ricotta is a mouse wishing for a friend and trying to avoid bullies. When he sees a Mighty Robot being bullied by its creator, the evil Dr. Stinky McNasty, Ricky stands up for the robot. He quickly gains a friend and ally who will stand with him against an evil giant lizard monster, and all the foes to come.3.5 stars - This series from Dav Pilkey is for a younger reader than those who are ready for Pilkey's hilarious Captain Underpantsseries. The pages are full of engaging illustrations wi [...]

    22. Dav Pilkey, the wunderkind who gave us inspiration (and some critics perspiration) with the wonderful Captain Underpants Saga, has come up with a new hero for fans of Iron Man and Beverly Cleary. High praise? You betcha! A young mouse hero meets and befriends a robotic superhero after saving his metal butt from being enslaved by a wicked rat scientist who plans to destroy the city. No explanation as to why. To explain would ruin the experience of enjoying the book! Soon the Mighty Robot squares [...]

    23. This book was about that Ricky was getting bullied by kids. So a evil person wanted to rule the city were Ricky lived so the evil guy built might robot for mighty could take over the city but the bad thing was that mighty was a nice robot. So the evil guy shoot a missile at mighty robot but when he was going to shoot Ricky kicked the guy and he missed. Then mighty robot said "he owes him his life". So Ricky told his dad if he could keep him and they said "yes". He showed him them and they starte [...]

    24. This book was about that Ricky was getting bullied by kids. So a evil person wanted to rule the city were Ricky lived so the evil guy built might robot for mighty could take over the city but the bad thing was that mighty was a nice robot. So the evil guy shoot a missile at mighty robot but when he was going to shoot Ricky kicked the guy and he missed. Then mighty robot said "he owes him his life". So Ricky told his dad if he could keep him and they said "yes". He showed him them and they starte [...]

    25. Dr. Stinky McNasty has created a robot to destroy Squeakyville. Meanwhile, down in Squeakyville, Ricky Ricotta is busy fending off bullies and loneliness. One day Ricky spies Dr. McNasty yelling at his robot to be more menacing and evil; little Ricky steps in to protect the giant robot and a friendship is born. The robot comes to live with Ricky and his parents and helps the Ricottas and the townspeople fight off an inordinate number of unfortunate events set in motion by Dr. McNasty, including [...]

    26. 'Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot' is a reissue of an older series with new art and some pages of paneled comics. They story is by kid favorite Dav Pilkey and the new art is by Dan Santat.Poor little Ricky Ricotta. He doesn't have a friend, and he has a bully problem. When evil Dr. Stinky's plans go awry, Ricky finds himself with a giant new friend. Will this solve his bully problems and make him more popular in school? I wish I'd had a giant robot to take to school!The text is the same and the othe [...]

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