Give Me Back My Bones!

Give Me Back My Bones!

A silly pirate skeleton seeks to put its bones back together in this rhyming romp beneath the waves.Cast a spyglass 'round herewhile breakers curl and pound here.There's treasure to be found here -- I feel it in my bones!A stormy night at sea has uncovered some long-buried secrets and surprises. Is that the mast of a shipwreck? A faded pirate hat? And what's that hiding in...

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Title:Give Me Back My Bones!
Author:Kim Norman
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Give Me Back My Bones! Reviews

  • Ana Marlatt
    This book is amazing! Funny, creative and useful in so many ways! Great for a human body unit. Great for modeling wonderful rhymes. Very clever use of language. This book will delight young and old alike....
  • Colleen Earle
    An absolute delight. I love the blend of correct terminology with colloquialisms. Perfect for Halloween and the nerd in all of us....
  • Shauna Yusko
    3.5I mean, if you’re teaching body parts and names of bones and want a humorous way to introduce it. Or a science-y “Halloween” read (without being Halloween). Cute art. And the inside of the book jacket is a poster. But it just hit me weird that it was a skeleton at the bottom of the...
  • Becky
    A hilarious read about a skeleton whose bones are scattered all over the ocean! The best part is they use the actual names for the bones - so he might be looking for his mandible. Excellent way to introduce new vocabulary! And it's a fun read as well....
  • Katie Fitzgerald
    This is one of the only picture books published this year that I have felt was well-written, well-illustrated and kid-friendly. My five-year-old daughter loved reading the book aloud with me, locating each bone on her own body and learning its proper name. I love that the text doesn't try to find rh...
  • Linda
    Kim Norman's rhyming picture book begs to be read aloud, on Halloween and perhaps on "Talk Like A Pirate" Day. The end papers themselves are delightful. In the opening, human bones are scattered and labeled, except for that peg leg! The back is vertical, showing the full skeleton of a pirate, with ...
  • Allie
    Super fun rhyming text about a skeleton who has lost his bones! The book uses the scientific name for the bones, which is really fun and adds a nice STEM component. This would be great for a story time, or even a toddler playgroup. Conner used it for his Spooky Scary Skeletons family program this pa...
  • Sabrina
    3.5..I wanted to give this book a 4 but I couldn't do it. I am not sure why because the illustrations where great and the story was cute. But 3.5 is still not too bad!...

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