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Case File #1 First Contact (Rabbids Invasion)

by David Lewman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 148140038X, Hardcover)

The Rabbids are crazy, silly, and hilarious—and in this start to an illustrated chapter book series, they’re under investigation!

The Rabbids have landed their yellow submarine–shaped spacecraft on Earth, and they are all set to wreak havoc everywhere they go. That is, unless the SGAII-RD (Secret Government Agency Intruder Investigations—Rabbids Division) can stop them!

In Case File #1: First Contact, it’s Special Agent Glyker’s first day on the job at the SGAII-RD, and his mission is to observe the Rabbids, figure out what motivates them, and then STOP them! The wily Rabbids are simply full of extreme curiosity, but because of the chaos they constantly cause, Agent Glyker is convinced they have an agenda.

Peek into Glyker’s top-secret files and laugh along as the Rabbids stay one step ahead of the poor agent…for now!

Rabbids TM & © 2014 Ubisoft Entertainment.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:43 -0400)

Picture book. In this collection of 13 classic fables, Michael Rosen passes on the wisdom of Aesop in a unique and appealing way. Modern, humorous retellings of such favourites as 'Town Mouse & Country Mouse', 'The Fox & the Crow' and 'The Frog & the Bull' are accompanied with magnificent artistry by Talleen Hacikyan. 4 yrs+… (more)

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