Kerry and the Knight of the Forest

Kerry and the Knight of the Forest

Kerry might be lost in this fantastical middle-grade graphic novel, but that doesn't mean he'll give up! With twists and turns at every part of this journey, Kerry's adventure is perfect for fans of Amulet and Mighty Jack .

Kerry needs to get home; his parents are sick. When a spirit in the forest lets him know of a shortcut, Kerry finds himself on a quest filled with magic, self-discovery, and new friends . . . who may or may not help him on his journey. Will he make it through the forest and get home in time to save his parents?

An adventure about fear, loss, and finding your own way, this enchanting story comes to life with a hero that every reader can relate to.

Title:Kerry and the Knight of the Forest
ISBN:9780593125236
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    Kerry and the Knight of the Forest Reviews

  • Rod Brown

    A middling fantasy story about a boy trying to get home by taking a shortcut through a dangerous forest. A strange knight agrees to guide him, but things keep going wrong. There is mild excitement and...

  • Theediscerning

    A book that perhaps tries to bite off more than it could chew, this graphic novel for young readers looks gorgeous, with a richly detailed hand-inked world and a wonderfully designed set of colour sch...

  • Destiny Henderson

    Absolutely charming. There's a subtle message of how everyone does not deserve your kindness, but it's worth trying to see the best in people (with common sense intact). Kerry is adorably earnest and ...

  • Hannah White

    4.5 starsThis was such a delightful read! I got an arc from the publisher. The illustrations were very well done, especially given that one of the main characters was a stone. Watson did an excellent ...

  • Gabrielle

    We got an ARC from ALA Midwinter for a honest opinion. For the ARC only the first few pages are in color. This is a decent showing for Random House's first round of graphic novels. Would work for a ki...

  • Alexandra

    Delightfully creepy with a message of found family and forgiveness. I’ll be excited to see the final color art. ...

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

    Kerry and the Knight of the Forest by Andi Watson, 288 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. Random House Graphic (Random House Children’s Books), 2020. $13.Content: GBUYING ADVISORY: EL, MS - OPTIONALAUDIENCE APPE...

  • Jeffrey Canino

    A propulsive folk tale with its empathy stat maxed out. Like many literary youths before him, Kerry takes every wrong turn when lost in the darkly enchanted forest on his way home from an important mi...

  • Camille Caliman

    This book was amazing! The art style is so nice and cozy and fairy tale-like and textured, it really went well with the story. The story itself was really wonderful and I loved the slight foreshadowin...

  • Katie Lawrence

    This was a fun little fairy tale. Kerry gets lost in the woods trying to return home with medicine for his parents. He meets a great deal of creatures along the way and must decide who to trust. I lik...