From School Library Journal
Grade 2–5—Kit Feeny is moving to the city and leaving his friend Arnold behind. The adjustment to a new school and home is difficult for the child, so he comes up with a plan: to get a Replacement Arnold. Trying to find one isn't easy (no one seems to like making cheeseball sculptures as much as he and Arnold do), and he catches the eye of "Devon the Bully Comedian." Now Kit must devise another plan to solve the "Devon problem" and get a new best friend. Kit is a likable character and his family and friends (especially his fashion-conscious twin sisters) are also enjoyable. The story teaches about friendship and getting along through Kit's schemes and his relationships. The art is slightly lacking in detail and expression, and the backgrounds are very plain. However, Kit's pencil sketch of "The Great Gummy Fish Disaster" is a creative break from the rest of the story. Kit's adventures will appeal to young graphic-novel readers.—Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, Kearns Library, UT
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"Readers will hope that this, the first Kit Feeny adventure, is the first of many." —Kirkus Reviews