RAT, the rabbit cartoon, is the favourite cartoon of all.
It is often seen in classrooms and is also widely regarded as one of the best cartoons ever created.
It was first published in 1952 by the British company Pintley, which is now known as Pintleys.
The company made it into the Guinness Book of World Records in 2003, and the title Rat was awarded the best cartoon of the year in 2007 by the UK Academy of Film and Television Arts and Sciences.
In 2013, it was selected as the best children’s book of all time.
It has been reissued more than 50 times.
It won the Grand Prix at the 2012 Edinburgh International Book Festival, and was also a best seller in Australia, the US, New Zealand and the Netherlands.
It became a favourite of childrens cartoonists in the UK and other countries after the publication of Rat, by the American cartoonist Tom Gruber.
It sold more than 10 million copies worldwide.
A sequel to Rat, The Cat and Mouse Show, was published in 2017 by Del Rey Books.
The two are the only cartoon books in print that have sold more copies than Rat.
Rat’s creator, John Cleese, has said the cartoon “is the perfect way to explain the universe to kids”.
The cartoon has been published on screens in more than 100 countries, including the US and UK.
It’s been adapted into films, including The Catcher in the Rye and The Simpsons.
The Simpsons has a popular animated series called Treehouse of Horror VII, which has also been adapted.
Rat, with its red, blue and green colours, has inspired many other childrens books.
It can be seen on television, and there are numerous films based on it.