Best Read [Kean Soo] ☆ March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest || [Historical Fiction Book] PDF ✓

By Kean Soo | Comments: ( 799 ) | Date: ( Apr 03, 2020 )

A new, turbo charged graphic novel by Kean Soo, author of the acclaimed, award winning series Jellaby March Hare wants to be the fastest and furriest racecar driver around But first, this rabbit racers will have to prove his skill at the speedway, on the streets, and in the desert With pedal to the metal illustrations and full throttle action, March is sure to be a winnA new, turbo charged graphic novel by Kean Soo, author of the acclaimed, award winning series Jellaby March Hare wants to be the fastest and furriest racecar driver around But first, this rabbit racers will have to prove his skill at the speedway, on the streets, and in the desert With pedal to the metal illustrations and full throttle action, March is sure to be a winner


  • Title: March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest
  • Author: Kean Soo
  • ISBN: 9781623701710
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest

  • Nicola Mansfield

    Kean Soo finally comes out with a new graphic novel since the Jellaby books. Like those, this is adorably illustrated but unlike Jellaby, Grand Prix is mostly suited to the younger audience; Jellaby was also for children, but it had a second level that appealed to the adult audience. March Grand Prix is all for the kids. A lovable set of rabbit siblings, each has a special talent hobby though the family shares an interest in car racing with March Hare being a professional driver. The first story [...]


  • Mehsi

    Received this book from Netgalley/the publisher in exchange of an honest review.3.5 stars.This book looked really fun, and it was mostly fun, though I have to say I loved the first story the most, the second was a disappointment and the third was quite fun (but had some annoying parts).Let me start with March, a rabbit/hare/bunny who likes racing and who does this often as his job. No clue why he is still with his parents though, as I would think he is old enough to live on his own. Oh well, Mar [...]


  • Wayne McCoy

    'March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest' by Kean Soo is a fast-moving win for young graphic novel fans. The characters are all talking animals and the art is fun.March Hare is a racecar driver from a multi-talented family. In the first story, he's on his way to a big race at Harewood, where he hopes to meet his hero, Alan Tuttle, who is a 3-time world champion. His mechanic and pit boss is Hammond Pork Chop, and his main rival for this story is Lyca. When March has a mishap on the track, hi [...]


  • Jason

    Surprisingly layered for a comic that presents itself the way it does--lots of action, exciting drama, bright colors, and one-dimensional characters. Soo manages to provide the first three of the four, but gives us surprisingly nuanced characters with distinct personalities. March Hare himself is the classic debonair daredevil type, but he has personality flaws that affect his relationships with his friends and family. His best friend the pig is a stereotypical piggish eater, but he is a skilled [...]


  • Kevin Fanning

    OK. There's a location in this book named after my character in Kim Kardashian Hollywood ("Kloaca Canyon") but this book was getting 5 stars before I even got to that part. March Grand Prix is 3 short stories about a car-racing rabbit named March Hare. It's described as "Fast & Furious meets Hello Kitty" and that is very accurate. They're super cute & sweet stories about being a good person and friend and family member, set in the world of high-speed car-racing animals. The dialogue is s [...]


  • Fiction State Of Mind

    The comics industry is really geared towards teen and adult readers, but the key to sustaining the future of the comic book industry is to engage children. March Grand Prix does this wonderfully. There is such a positive, fun feel to the art and characters Kean has created. Soo is also a master at catching the physical and emotional dynamics of young people.This book stars March Hare a young Grand Prix driver who is competing in an important race. With his mechanic Hammond the two are on track t [...]


  • Steph

    I am not into racecar driving at all so I actually didn't even want to read this. I'm so glad I did! The kids in my library will love these graphic novels! I love that there were three shorter stories in the first volume; more of my students will be able to pick it up and actually successfully get through it! And the stories are super cute, too. :-)


  • Theodene

    A manga, colorful, and exciting trilogy where March is the eldest of four children and the only boy. He loves racing and does so every chance he gets, even when it comes to helping his sister out to deliver 200 apple tarts to Mayor Winters!Geared towards 7-10 year old readers, my six year old absolutely loved it. Many words, he still is unsure of, so he requested that I read it to him. Normally, I do not care for manga-type books, but since I had it downloaded already, I decided to attempt the f [...]


  • Maureen Lubitz

    Originally posted at You Must Have Your Hands FullI received this book from Netgalley/the publisher in exchange for an honest review.My oldest daughter is a huge fan of graphic novels. She is always looking for new material to read. We’ve actually run into a problem; many of the graphic novels she wants to read are more suited to a teenage audience and the content is a little too mature for an eight-year-old girl.I was very excited about the opportunity to read March Grand Prix: The Fast and t [...]


  • Morgan Carlson

    The Fast and the Furriest section of the March Grand Prix graphic novel is all about a young rabbit named March Hare who loves to race cars and we see him in the beginning getting annoyed by his family. All he wants to do is be away from his family and race, but when he gets too cocky and thinks the's the fastest racer, Lyca the fox beats him and makes him crash his race car. The only way March can be back in the next race is by letting his family help him fix his race car, which he ends up doin [...]


  • Siina

    March Grand Prix is another great comic from Soo. I liked his Jellaby a lot and I'm always happy to find comics for kids, since they are sadly so scarce. This comic is especially great for the reason that the theme is car racing and there are hardly any of that type for kids. The colors are vibrant and clear, which makes the reading experience smooth. The art is typical Soo like - it's cute and very easy to approach. Thus this comic works extremely well with even younger kids, although perhaps t [...]


  • Gina

    I received this book from NetGalley. I love the illustrations and use of color. The animals are really cute. The facial expressions, eyes, and wagging tongues all help convey emotion. The book does a good job of portraying the pesky brother and the awkwardness and love between families. Kids will be able to relate to the characters. This is a nice middle grade read and a good intro to F1 and rallycross racing. There are some nice diagrams that label different parts of the car. There's a lot of c [...]


  • Laura

    I received this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review.My first exposure to March Grand Prix was through the Free Comic Book Day version my family received. We read it with enthusiasm and vigor and were at a loss when it ended with such suspense. We were very anxious for the August release date. So, when I saw it available to read here through Netgalley, I wasted no time to make my request.We loved it. I say we, because as with the comic we were given, we read it as a family. I have [...]


  • Gary Anderson

    March Grand Prix contains three little stories about animal race car drivers. The characters are physically distinct, and their expressions are clear, but they don't really have much personality separating them from each other. The colors are appealing, and the action is easy to follow, but the backgrounds in each panel are plain and uninteresting. Although most of the language and situations are geared for younger readers, some of the technical information about the cars seems fairly sophistica [...]


  • Andréa

    This book is definitely geared more for avid (kid) fans of cars or racing than just a casual reader. Although I enjoy Kean Soo's illustration style, the story was a bit more heavy on car specifics than I personally would prefer.Note: I received a digital ARC of this book through NetGalley.


  • Angel

    I enjoyed these stories of March Hare. This is an excellent source for kids that are interested in the graphic novel/comic book style. The illustrations were great and really told the story. March can be very loving and helpful, but can also be a handful at times. ARC through Netgalley for an honest review.


  • Rod Brown

    Disappointing. Not nearly as good as the Jellaby books. March Hare is an annoying protagonist. His behavior in the second story is deplorable. The third story was the most admirable, but it could not overcome the dullness of the antics in the first two stories.


  • Jenni

    Somewhere between two-and-a-half stars and threw


  • Siloxbot

    This book is about racing. My favorite part was the team work (of some of the racers).


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