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March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest
March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest
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March Grand Prix

March Grand Prix: The Fast and the Furriest

by Kean Soo
Illustrated by Kean Soo

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 winner!

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
BrandMarch Grand Prix
Age Level7-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count144
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Publishers Weekly

"STARRED REVIEW! In what reads like a love letter to racing comics like Speed Racer, Soo (Jellaby) presents a highly entertaining trio of stories about March Hare, a talented racer who's a good sport, too. . . . The stories are filled with puns and literary references (March Hare's name evokes both Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Speed Racer's Japanese name, Mach GoGoGo), while Soo's clear-line illustrations keep the stories moving full throttle and reveal an evident automotive passion." - Publishers Weekly

July 10, 2015

Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books - AS

"In this buoyant and zippy graphic novel, March is a bunny on a mission to race cars, even in situations where a more moderate speed might be called for. . . .Soo ditches the panel format on occasion, allowing for immersive car diagrams or full-page illustrations that slow the reader long enough to let a key moment sink in. Sure, there are some morals snuck in here, but mostly these are giddy, energetic comics that readers will devour in a gulp and leave wishing there had been more laps." - Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books

October 1, 2015


Kirkus Reviews

"Vibrant and energetic art mingles with buoyant action and a perky message of friendship, creating an extremely lighthearted, breezy yarn with a decidedly Saturday-morning-cartoon feel. . . .the nonstop energy and cheery morals should easily push this past the finish line. An unfalteringly sunny, action-driven collection." - Kirkus Reviews

July 15, 2015

SLJ's Good Comics for Kids blog - Esther Keller

"Capstone already brought back Soo’s two-volume Jellaby series. . . .But his latest title, March Grand Prix, features adorable rabbits, lots of cars, and action in pastel tones." - SLJ's Good Comics for Kids blog

June 2, 2015


Booklist - Snow Wildsmith

"Soo’s story teaches its readers much-needed life skills, but it doesn’t ever stint on the fun. The series is perfect for car and racing fans. . . .Soo’s colorful art brings to life the thrills as his anthropomorphic characters careen through a variety of locales. Give this to the next young patron who checks out the movie Cars." - Booklist

October 15, 2015

Publishers Weekly, "Hit the Road with 12 Great Car Comics" - Matt White

"Soo’s all-ages comics stars March Hare, a rabbit who never slows down, whether he's driving along desert roads, speeding down a racetrack, or delivering his sister’s baked goods. Along with his mechanic, Hammond, March is determined to be the fastest around and have the most fun doing it. Collects ‘The Race at Harewood,’  The Baker’s Run,’ and ‘The Great Desert Rally.’" - Publishers Weekly, "Hit the Road with 12 Great Car Comics"

July 14, 2016



Texas Library Association

2016 Little Mavericks Graphic Novel List, STARRED rating

November 1, 2015

The Joe Schuster Awards

2016 Dragon Award/Joe Shuster Award Finalist

September 1, 2016

The Joe Schuster Awards

2016 Dragon Award/Joe Shuster Award Finalist - Comics for Kids Category

September 1, 2016

Kean Soo

Kean Soo

Born in England and raised in Hong Kong, Kean Soo settled in Canada, where he planned to embark on a career in electrical engineering. However, he discovered that he'd rather draw comics instead. Kean began posting his comics on the internet in 2002, and later became an assistant editor and regular contributor to the all-ages FLiGHT anthologies. His online work has been nominated for several awards, including an Eisner Award nomination for Jellaby. Kean likes carrots, but not nearly as much as he likes tuna sandwiches, usually with lots and lots of wasabi mayonnaise.

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