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Kevin

Rob Biddulph

Kevin

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5 out 5

35 reviews

A glorious picture book story all about one boy, one imaginary friend named Kevin, and one very special friendship… from the creative genius behind the #DrawWithRob phenomenon and the bestselling and award-winning Blown Away! Uh-oh – Sid Gibbons is in trouble again! Time to think fast… When Sid makes yet another mess, and his mum is at the end of her patience, Sid does what every quick-thinking kid would do – he blames it on his big, furry, vanilla-and-pink friend Kevin! And while it seemed like a good idea at the time, Sid gets an unexpected surprise when he finds out that Kevin and his world might not be so imaginary after all – and while his friend might be make-believe, his feelings are very real. From the bestselling and multi-award-winnning Rob Biddulph, creator of the internet phenomenon Draw With Rob. As seen on YouTube, FaceBook, Instagram, CBeebies and TV news everywhere, and the Waterstones Book Prize-winning Blown Away!! This is the perfect story for boys and girls of 4+, and anyone who’s ever needed a friend, to share with their families! so step up and enjoy Rob Biddulph’s trademark warm-hearted humour.

Reviews

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I thought this book was really funny, and I thought Kevin was really nice!

Marshal Blossom Casserole 20.09.2023

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About a boy who makes up an imaginary friend to take the blame for him. Then discovers that “Kevin” exists and learns its better to say sorry rather than blame someone else

Queen Cupcake Paperclip 24.08.2023

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This is a nice story and we loved Kevin the best! They showed care for eachother.

Empress Ursula Godzilla 24.08.2023

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Kevin was really nice but the wee boy was really cheeky and blamed Kevin for things he didn’t do.

Duchess Magnolia Chocolate-mousse 25.07.2023

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You are always not alone with an imaginary friend

Marshal Jazzy Menace 19.07.2023

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Story about Kevin the naughty ghost. He made friends with girl. Simple story

Anonymous 27.08.2022

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I love the bees and the colourful forest.

Professor Natty Sofa 12.08.2022

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My favourite character was Kevin because he was funny and kind.

Corporal Chester Quest 06.08.2022

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I liked it because everyone has got an invisible monster friend!

Lieutenant Dragon Nuggets 28.07.2022

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I liked it because it had a dotty monster that helped Sid learn to be better

Nurse Honeycomb Vegas 12.09.2021

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It is about someone's imaginary friend called Kevin. The book is all about not blaming others. It was great.

Queen Beany Sheep-Dip 09.09.2021

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Good

Marshal Magnolia Ketchup 30.08.2021

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It was a great moral

Fairy Gloriana Frozen-Peas 25.08.2021

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I read this with my sister and daddy and we all really enjoyed it :)

Dona Petronella Windchime 20.08.2021

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It was interesting and taught me a lesson

Professor Tuesday Astronomical 04.08.2021

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Our favourite book this week. We loved the story and the pictures. We loved Kevin.

Principal Rapunzel Biscuits 02.08.2021

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I liked the book because I liked when the boy maked Kevin sad then happy again. I will recommend it to my classmates because we like the author rob. Also my favorite caricter was the boy because he knew he should not complain about his family and friends if he did it.

Senorita Letizia Toothpaste 24.07.2021

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I like this book

Queen Jet Sparrow 11.07.2021

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Sid left the lids off of Kevins new pens. I liked Kevin best because he had vanilla fur and pink spots all over him and one big tooth. I wouldn't recommend this book because I didn't like it.

Viscountess Cupcake Pawprint 15.08.2020

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Good, I like it.

King Ice-T Hedgehog 14.08.2020

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