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March Grand Prix: The Race at Harewood
March Grand Prix: The Race at Harewood
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Reviewed Titles Capstone Interactive Accelerated Reader

March Grand Prix: The Race at Harewood

by Kean Soo
Illustrated by Kean Soo

March the Hare enters into his very first professional race and comes up against the defending World Champion, Lyca the Fox, whose skill and aggression is unrivaled. March finds help and inspiration in the unlikeliest of places—his own family.

Reading LevelGrades 1-3
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
Lexile LevelGN510L
ATOS Level2.3
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #174799
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherStone Arch Books
Page Count48
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price



No Flying, No Tights - Jennifer Wharton

"Kean Soo’s art is colorful and cartoonish, a good fit for these light-hearted stories about racing and family. . . .Teachers and parents will appreciate the family-friendly message about helping others, sticking to your family and friends, and that winning isn’t everything. However, the stories never stray into being heavily didactic, and there’s plenty of story and fun for kids to enjoy with racing details, puns, and the nods to various fables, fairy tales, and racing culture. . . .the smooth digital finish, brisk lines, and friendly characters will grab young readers immediately and make this a popular addition to any graphic novel section." - No Flying, No Tights

December 22, 2015

Teen Librarian Toolbox - Amanda Macgregor

"Animal racecar drivers? Yes, please!" - Teen Librarian Toolbox

November 12, 2019

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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