Eustace and Clyde couldn?t be more different. Eustace likes to laze around. Clyde likes adventure. But they care about each other deeply. So when their home in the tree becomes too loud and crowded, the koalas take off to find a place of their own.
None of the new homes Eustace and Clyde find are quite right. They?re too far away, or too cold (though the koalas have great hats!), or too . . . quiet.
Maybe what Eustace and Clyde thought they wanted was what they actually had: peace and acceptance.