Koala Kai and his sister embark on a holiday to their grandmother. At the airport they can see various kinds of planes, even a jumbo jet. By a hair, Kai has joined the suitcases on the baggage conveyor belt. Dad Koala misses his belt after the safety check, as Kai has meanwhile used it as a skipping rope. His sister creates a hat out of spaghetti, Kai sends his sandwich flying and looking out of the cafe’s window he counts the planes on the runway.
After that the Koala Family takes an after-lunch nap, so they almost miss the plane! When Mum and Dad Koala later take another nap on the plane, Kai and his sister colour them with their new felt pens. But then they have to fasten their seat belts, because they are about to land in Koala Lumpur, where Grandma Koala already waits for them in the arrival hall.
This book is suitable for readers between 2 and 7 years of age.
Sharon Rentta grew up in Chester where she did an art foundation course before going on to complete a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at the Liverpool John Moore’s University. In 2003, she moved to Cambridge to do an MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. She is now settled in Cambridge, working from her home Studio.