Kana is too young to go fishing with his father and brothers, but that doesn’t prevent him from wanting to have adventures of his own. Those adventures come easily when one lives on a largely unexplored island where the village elders suggest that there may be dangers lurking on the other side. Kana’s youthful curiosity, when combined with a mischievous frog, ensures he’ll find out what lies beyond Hoopa Koopa Mountain, one way or another. This story goes a long way in proving that kids can tackle huge tasks,(including large beasts) just by using their natural talents, wit, and ingenuity! Family, adventure, and dependance on friendships is what you'll love about Kana's Island. This graphic has over 70 pages including the making of sketches in the back of the book.