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The Koala Who Could book review

A book review by Sitterwise caregiver Katherine Denny

The Koala Who Could is a precious story with a powerful meaning, encouraging you to step out of your comfort zone. Although Kevin the Koala finds it safe and familiar to stay in his tree, he finds that trying something new can be really fun! This is the perfect story for little ones that feel cautious about joining other kids or trying something new.


I read this story with two little girls who are 3 and 5 and they both loved it. It's a quick and easy read, the illustrations are amazing, and has rhymes that roll off the tongue. The Koala Who Could is a great book to help your little ones regroup or settle down for the night. Hope you enjoy!


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Clark benson
Clark benson
Jun 06

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Antonio Ricca
Nov 14, 2023

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