Review for Kevin and the Biscuit Bandit

Review for Kevin and the Biscuit Bandit

Keven and the Biscuit Bandit, Flying Pony, Humour, Illustrations, Boy, Pony, Letters on Belly, Roly-Poly Flying Pony, Philip Reeve, Sarah McIntyre, Red, Funny, Children's Books, Fantasy, BiscuitsFun, fab, biscuits, ponies, and more. I just loved it!

I am so so hyped when I saw a brand-new Kevin pop up on my Twitter feed, and then I got even more hyped later when I saw one shop (which ships to worldwide) had signed bookplates! I barely have signed books or signed bookplates so I immediately pre-ordered the book. Look at the bottom of my review for the bookplate! It is so cute!

In this one there is a biscuit thief in town.. and Kevin is the main suspect! Oh no. We, the readers and Kevin’s human family, know that he is innocent.. but his love for biscuits is known by everyone and that accompanied with traces of a flying pony and Kevin has to prove his innocence… Poor Kevin! That is the start of a runaway story with his best friend Max! I just had so much fun reading this book and seeing how they would show the world that Kevin is innocent.

I quickly knew who the criminal was and why he was doing it. It was so obvious that I had a big laugh that no one else thought it was strange. 😛 But that is the charm of it all.

The police was also a silly bunch and I had quite a few laughs about them.

Then there are our guinea pigs from the earlier books, you know the duo of cuties who got a taste of adventure? Well they decide to take a lesson from the biscuit bandit and do a robbery of their own. This just was such a fun plotline and I love those critters.

I just love the relationship between Max and his sister and I love how they did a lot together in this story. It was just great how they worked together and how they thought up all sorts of amazing plans.

The ending was just a big mix of action, excitement, biscuits, certain creatures from other books, and more. Oh my goodness.

Also poor Zach, the boy who got flying-pony-pooped on.

It was such a fun book and I flew right through it, I cannot wait for more adventures in this world. I need more Kevin!

Star rating, 5 stars

Keven and the Biscuit Bandit, Flying Pony, Humour, Illustrations, Boy, Pony, Letters on Belly, Roly-Poly Flying Pony, Philip Reeve, Sarah McIntyre, Red, Funny, Children's Books, Fantasy, Biscuits, Signed, Book Plate, Guinea Pigs, Robbery

2 thoughts on “Review for Kevin and the Biscuit Bandit

    1. I would definitely recommend this series if you are looking for something cute and fun. More stores should offer signed bookplates! It is just so rare to get one.

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