Author(s): Rachel Bright
A glorious board book edition of the award-winning The Koala Who Could. A feel-good rhyming story with a positive message about overcoming worries, and dealing with change.
Meet Kevin, a koala who likes to keep things the same. Exactly the same. But sometimes change comes along whether we like it or not . . . and if you let it, change can be the making of you. Kevin the Koala discovers this and more in this delightful picture book from the bestselling creators of The Lion Inside.
WINNER of the Evening Standard Oscar's Book Prize 2017 and the Sainsbury's Book Award 2017!
'Fabulous rhymes, I'm in love with Kevin and would like to buy this for all my friends' children.' Claudia Winkleman
'A feel-good rhyming tale . . . Field's Australian animals are a treat' - Bookseller
Shortlisted for Evening Standard Oscar's First Book Prize 2017.
A stylish book with a reassuring message about accepting change. - Parents In Touch
A charming rhyming tale about a koala averse to change who discovers that taking small risks can lead to big adventures - Huffington Post
A perfect tale for cautious children Inis Fans of The Gruffalo and Giraffes Can't Dance will love this feelgood rhyming story portraying a positive message about facing up to change ...Stylish art with Jon Klassen appeal and vibrant storytelling from two contemporary stars make this a story to shout about - it will make you laugh, cry and read it every bedtime. - Booktopia
What delectable scenes Jim Field has created to accompany Rachel Bright's catchy, fun to read aloud, rhyming narrative - Red Reading Hub
Rachel's rhymes are sublime ... Jim Field's humorous animal illustrations are fab, fab, FAB ... a sunshiney book full of fun - ReaditDaddy
Rachel Bright is a writer, illustrator, printmaker and eternal optimist. She is the creator of the award-winning stationery and homewares range, The Bright Side, which has sold over 2 million cards worldwide. Rachel has written and illustrated several books for children, including Love Monster, What Does Daddy Do? and My Sister is an Alien. She lives on a farm near the seaside with her partner and new baby daughter.
Jim Field drew from a very early age with a burning ambition to 'make cartoons'. He studied animation at Hull School of Art and Design, graduated in 2002, gradually paved his way into the animation industry working as a director for Partizan in London. Meanwhile, he was also penning his way as a freelance illustrator working for editorial publications. His first picture book, Cats Ahoy! written by Peter Bently, won the Booktrust Roald Dahl Funny Prize in 2011 and was nominated for the Kate Greenaway award.