"Kevin.." is a great book for 4-year-olds. It has a beautiful message about acceptance, belonging, diversity and a positive self-image. The story is fairly short, which keeps the toddler's attention, and can be read ‘in one go’ without the child being bored...."
Kevin is a character from the children's book 'Kevin The Kangaroo That Couldn't Hop' written by Jonathan Elabor and illustrated by Jim Tsinganos.
'Kevin The Kangaroo That Couldn't Hop' was published in Australia and has been a bestselling children's books in Dymocks, Sydney (Australia's version of WH Smiths & Waterstones).
Now it's available for children in the UK!
Story about diversity, acceptance and friendship. With a message for children that it's ok to be different and ask for help when feeling down.
Book recommended for younger children, but older enjoy reading it too!
What a disabled girl and a kangaroo had in common..?
Click here to read the moving story how Kevin was born written
by the author Jonathan Elabor
"Go over to the water and have a squizz at yourself", said Colin gently.
So Kevin slowly plodded over to the water's edge, all the while watching out for the Crocodile. He leaned out over the water and looked at his reflection...
Book to listen and watch free online
read by Alistair McGowan
Kevin the kangaroo - for children online
If you have a Kindle App on your tablet you can buy "Kevin.." on Amazon now and enjoy this beautiful story with wonderful illustrations.
Alistair McGowan is reading "Kevin.." for The National Brain Appeal's Story Time.
"Kevin.." is now available as a flipbook, to read online. See the free preview and then buy access to read in full. You don't need extra software.
If you've got already login details click on 'Flipbook' and enjoy!
Kevin the kangaroo
that couldn't hop
Children's book in English about diversity and acceptance.
Original Australian version.
Kevin - kangurek który nie potrafił skakać
Children's book in English and Polish about diversity and acceptance.
Set of 2 books to read and colour.