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Both my sons like Dav Pilkey books, but my youngest really is hooked on this series. I like that the story is about a little boy (mouse) that is totally relatable to my own son, and he loves that the hero has a mighty robot for a best friend and sidekick. The story is perfect for a school-aged child who is trying to push themselves to read more. It's also short enough and entertaining enough to keep my son's attention span. The series itself addresses issues younger kids can relate to and may even experience. I hope the authors keep up the series and write more than what is available now.
I like this book very much. I recommend this book to most of my 6 year old friends. If someone is very bored he could read this book! So this book is about vultures who are very mean and want to eat everything from people on Earth but Ricky Ricotta and his mighty robot stoppers them. This book is a very heroic book. This book is good because the bad characters always lose.
My 8-year-old son has struggled with finding reading books which interest him but this series seem to have struck a cord with him! I think there are 8 or 9 in the series, they are a bit like comic book style (think of Danger Mouse) but not written in comic book format, which personally, I think are hard for his to follow with text all over the page. They are crazy stories (in a good way!) which my son really enjoys reading, so would definintely recommend, especially perhaps for boys who are into their superheroes and cartoons!
I wanted the original which is called Voodoo Vultures. For some reason this version changed the word to video every time and we did not like that. We are going to donate this version and get the correct one. Be warned to make sure you look at the title when ordering.