You know, we never should have been surprised by the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog in Monty Python's Holy Grail. After all, we had been warned by the lyrics of "Little Bunny Foo Foo" since we were old enough to sing. We now understand that despite being cuddly and adorable, fictional bunnies might be plotting something. Build your own RoboBunny* to help you take over the world with this DIY kit. This little guy comes in 116 die-cut plywood pieces that you put together. When you crank him up once you're done with the initial build, the heart-decorated gears in his head spin, and he plays a tinkling rendition of "Little Bunny Foo Foo," as if declaring his ill intent. He's even got a handlebar mustache. Handlebar whiskers? Whatever. Presumably, because you put him together, you will come to no harm at the paws of RoboBunny, but those field mice better watch out. There's some long overdue head-boppin' to be done. * Any similarity to Buck, the GameStop bunny, is purely coincidental. Timmy promises. Product Specifications
DIY kit lets you create your own wooden robot bunny
Wind him up to play "Little Bunny Foo Foo"
Mechanical gears in head spin as music plays
Materials: Laser-cut plywood
Dimensions: 5.8" x 5.2" x 8.2" tall
Includes 116 die-cut plywood pieces in 4 sheets, a music box (and a winder), a tiny Phillips-head screwdriver, plastic grabbers, a clear plastic bubble, white glue, a tiny square of sandpaper, instructions with detailed diagrams, and a little bag of assorted dowels, bells, and jump rings
WARNING - SMALL PARTS - Not intended for children under 3 years of age.