Here’s a good review from October’s issue of The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books:
The large font, simple, short sentence structure, and numerous attractive illustrations make this accessible for readers who are beyond Willems’ Elephant and Piggie series but not quite ready for lengthier chapter books. There’s plenty of humor, both in the text and the crisp and simply composed digital illustrations (Rabbit’s buck-toothed, big-nosed face is amusing in its own right, and he looks even funnier with a remote stuck in his ear). Rabbit’s initial list-making, Robot’s “data review,” and the gradually unscrolling message in which multiple words can be found also provide useful instructional opportunities for talking about prediction, summarization, and decoding.
And here’s a not-so-nice-review: