Kit Feeny: Graphic Novel Reviews
There's a new series of graphic novels in town - Kit Feeny by Michael Townsend, which is sorta the boy version of Babymouse. Simple characters and just the right amount of silliness and stuff to work out makes Kit Feeny a star in our (comic) books!
There's a new series of graphic novels in town - the Kit Feeny series by author Michael Townsend, which is basically the boy version of another famous set of graphic novels called Babymouse. Simple characters and just the right amount of silliness and stuff to work out makes Kit Feeny a star in our (comic) books! Check out the reviews (of the first two graphic novels in the series) below!
Kit Feeny: On The Move
Kit’s family is moving to the big city, and he’s excited but worried about losing his BFF Arnold. So the two come up with an exciting scheme to make sure their friendship stays intact: they decide to pack Arnold in the moving van! When this doesn’t quite go according to plan, Kit is left on his own to navigate a new school, try to find a replacement for Arnold and deal with Devon the Bully Comedian.
Kit Feeny: The Ugly Necklace
It's Kit's mom's birthday Kit is determined to get her something much, much better than his two weird sisters, April and Bonnie. Would she like a cool silver metal detector? A baby dragon? Or maybe a spiffy pair of hip purple high-tops? In his hunt to get the most "stupid awesome" gift ever, Kit and his friend Hoff get in a bit of trouble as they pretend to be treasure hunters seeking out the ultimate prize.
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