This past weekend I picked up I don't Like Koala by Sean Ferrell with pictures by Charles Santoso and I can't wait to share it with my students this week. I don't like, is a pretty strong opinion for the character Adam to have about his stuffed koala. He tries to tell his parents his opinion but they don't understand why Adam would feel this way. Koala is always with Adam which is a bit of a mystery since Adam puts him away in different locations. He tries to lose him but he keeps resurfacing. The expressions Charles Santoso has created to help these two characters tell their story really help generate feelings for Adam and Koala. Then one night, Adam realizes there is something more terrible than Koala and he is grateful to have Koala there to comfort him. I hope you pick up this book to find out what Adam is afraid of and to help students think about how opinions can change.