The Rabbids are going global—and Agent Glyker is on their trail—in the sixth book of this hilarious illustrated chapter book series!
Agent Glyker has been trying to catch a Rabbid ever since he joined the SGAII-RD (Secret Government Agency for the Investigation of Intruders—Rabbid Division), but his last encounter with the Rabbids has left him in deep trouble—and on administrative leave. With his entire career hanging in the balance, Glyker knows the only way to save his job would be to finally catch a Rabbid…no matter what it takes.
When a popular reality show, The Astonishing Trek, comes to town and the Rabbids are drawn out of hiding, Glyker thinks he’s hit the jackpot! But if he wants to follow the Rabbids, who are following the contestants of the show, he’ll have to travel all over the world. Can Glyker finally succeed at catching the Rabbids? Can he even afford the plane ticket?
Case File #6 Rabbids Road Trip CHAPTER 1: Leap Rabbid It all started with a grasshopper.
The grasshopper was doing what grasshoppers do. It was hopping through the grass.
It didn’t know it was being watched.
Three Rabbids, those mysterious invaders from who knows where, were watching the grasshopper. When it hopped, they laughed. “BWAH HA HA HA!”
Hopping seemed like a terrific idea! The Rabbids lined up and hopped over each other, following the grasshopper. The grasshopper didn’t know it was playing leapfrog with three mysterious invaders from who knows where. It just kept hopping. And so did the Rabbids.
“BWAHP! BWAHP! BWAHP!”
Following the grasshopper, the Rabbids hopped all over the city. They hopped past a bakery. They hopped through a park. They hopped all the way to a small airport on the edge of town.
Out on the runway a plane was getting ready to take off. A young woman stood talking to a man with a clipboard. She wore a green backpack.
The grasshopper hopped right across the runway. It must have gotten tired of hopping and decided to take a short nap, because it hopped up onto the woman’s backpack and climbed inside!
From behind a trash can, the Rabbids watched their new friend. Where was he going?
David Lewman has written more than sixty-five books starring SpongeBob SquarePants, Jimmy Neutron, the Fairly OddParents, G.I. Joe, the Wild Thornberrys, and other popular characters. He has also written scripts for many acclaimed television shows. David lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Donna, and their dog, Pirkle.