Whose Bones? is a humorous, informative introduction to bones and anatomy, where young children learn about the bones in their own bodies by comparing them to those in animals.
Set up as a guessing game with visual and narrative clues, Whose Bones? invites readers to examine six animal skeletons and guess to whom they belong. The answer is exposed in a vibrant, foldout reveal, accompanied by an explanation as to why each animal's bones and bodies are so special.
A playful, informative introduction to bones for the youngest readers, by the author and illustrator of global bestseller Book of Bones.
A small book printed on thick paper-board for the small hands of children ages 2-4.
Gabrielle Balkan is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn, New York. Her books include the acclaimed Book of Bones, Book of Flight, and The 50 States atlas series.
Sam Brewster is an award-winning freelance illustrator, photographer, and filmmaker based in London. The acclaimed Book of Bones was his first children's book.
"A playful, funny and informative introduction to bones for the youngest readers." —Absolutely Mama-