Rabbit & Robot plot suggestions from some groovy-cool kids!

22 Apr

Mr. Donahue is an awesome first-grade teacher who recently shared his groovy cool students’ suggestions for what Rabbit and Robot should do next. Check ’em out:

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These are super suggestions and I really think that lightning bugs belong in the new book. And a dinosaur, why not? Rabbit and Robot going to the beach and playing in the snow were popular, too, which makes me think a Rabbit & Robot All Year (huge hat tips to Arnold Lobel, of course) could work as well. Hmmm. All this to say that there will indeed be a second Rabbit & Robot. Huzzah!

Mr. Donahue’s students also made their own little books inspired by Rabbit & Robot. Here are some of their covers and spreads. Thanks, Mr. Donahue!

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And oh yeah…I’ll be back soon to talk up my new graphic novel, El Deafo, out from Abrams in September of this year. In the meantime, stay groovy cool!

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4 Responses to “Rabbit & Robot plot suggestions from some groovy-cool kids!”

  1. sfprincessella April 22, 2014 at 11:19 pm #

    Cool! 🙂

    • Jess April 23, 2014 at 2:59 pm #

      🙂 Excited to hear there will be another Rabbit and Robot book! What adventures will they have next? I was partial to the suggestion of Rabbit and Robot and the great adventure in the bathtub. Could it be a travelling bathtub? Powered by soapy bubbles? A soap brush for a rutter?

      • Cece Bell April 23, 2014 at 3:08 pm #

        Traveling bathtub deserves its own separate book–maybe even more epic than a Rabbit & Robot book could be…thanks for reading!!!

      • sfprincessella April 23, 2014 at 3:50 pm #

        I actually haven’t read any of your books, Cece Bell, but I know that you did the Fortune Wookiee and Han Foldo on the cover of Secret of The Fortune Wookiee!! AWESOME job on those again! 😀 I’ve only read Tom’s, OY, DP, Art2, FW, JTP, PL, and in the future… Pickletine!! 🙂

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