The Koala Who Could

Scholastic Inc.

You see, high-up was safe since he liked a slow pace, While the ground down below seemed a frightening place. Too fast and too loud and too big and too strange. Nope. Kevin preferred not to move or to change. Kevin the koala loves every day to be the same, where it's snug and safe. But when change comes along, will Kevin embrace all the joys that come with trying something new? An inspiring rhyming read aloud by bestselling Love Monster creator Rachel Bright and Frog on a Log? illustrator Jim Field that empowers young readers to face change with courage and delight.
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About the author

Rachel Bright is a writer, illustrator, printmaker, and entrepreneur. She founded an award-winning stationery company called The Bright Side. It sold over 2 million cards in ite first few years and also now includes gift wrap and home ware. This stationery line can be found in places such as John Lewis, Waitrose, Selfridges and Paperchase, as well as in many independent outlets across the UK. It was at Kingston University that Rachel Bright trained in Graphics and won prizes for her typography, followed by an MA in Printmaking at UWE. Her striking illustrative style, using a mix of reclaimed type and etching coupled with her witty stories create uniquely entertaining picture books. Her titles include Mine, What Does Daddy Do? and My Sister is an Alien. In 2014, her title Love Monster made The New York Times Best Seller List.

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Publisher
Scholastic Inc.
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Published on
Oct 31, 2017
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Pages
32
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ISBN
9781338184969
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Features
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Mammals
Juvenile Fiction / Social Themes / New Experience
Juvenile Fiction / Social Themes / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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