- File Size: 23403 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Publisher: Scholastic Inc. (December 27, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 27, 2016
- Sold by: Scholastic Trade Publisher
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01H4RAN3K
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,161 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Game Over, Super Rabbit Boy! A Branches Book (Press Start! #1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 80 pages||Age Level: 5 - 7||Grade Level: K - 2|
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Sadly, despite all of the negative reviews associated with the binding, it seems that the producer has yet to fix the issue. The binding pulled apart on the first reading. I cringe to think of what it will look like once my kids get through it several times. If it wasn't for that quibble, this book would get 5 stars.
Update: Amazon sent us a new book. This book has a slightly different cover (not as slick) and it holding up as it should. Thanks.
Unfortunately, from the moment we opened the book, pages were falling out. At first, I taped them back together. More started falling out as we read. It appears as though the binding wasn't properly glued, or however they keep it together.
It is frustrating to purchase a new book and have it fall apart immediately. I'd personally go to a brick-and-mortar to check the quality of the binding before purchasing the next in the series.
Having run libraries in both the UK and US, SUPER RABBIT BOY is truly a kid-pleaser. With a video game-driven storyline, full-color illustrations, and appropriately spaced text (in both traditional narrative writing and speech bubbles), this book never sat on our library shelves for more than a day. Numerous copies have been purchased and given as gifts as well. This series brings kids the enjoyment of reading a "chapter book" and hooks them into an appealing series to boot. Highly recommended for emerging readers ages 5+.
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The story is great and he really enjoys reading it.
The problem is not with the book/story, it's with the binding.
Within a couple of hours of bringing this book home, it fell apart at the seems. Literally. The binding looks like it was done with Post-It glue, because the pages just fell out of the book.
We chalked this up to bad luck and bough another copy off of Amazon. No luck!
The same exact thing happened with the second copy. With VERY light handling, the pages all just fall out of the book.
My son really loves reading this book and it's incredibly upsetting that no thought or care was put into the quality of the prints.
I hope this is corrected on subsequent printings of this book.
I want to give this story 4 or 5 stars simply because of how much my son loves it, but I have to drop the rating down (this is unfair to the author, I realize, but it needs to be addressed) because of the unacceptable binding.
I opened the books today during silent reading and low and behold after 2 minutes a couple of pages in "Press Start #1" come out. The boys who have this book at home mentioned it also happened to them. I now have a group of upset 7 year olds and the authors website isn't up and running to let him know of our frustration!