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Give Me Back My Bones!

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A silly pirate skeleton seeks to put its bones back together in this rhyming romp beneath the waves.
Cast a spyglass 'round here
while 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 the sand? A mandible and a clavicle, phalanges and femurs, a tibia and a fibula — could there be a set of bones scattered across the ocean floor? And who might they belong to? A jaunty rhyme takes readers on an underwater scavenger hunt as a comical skeleton tries to put itself back together piece by piece. Make no bones about it: this rollicking read-aloud will have young ones learning anatomy without even realizing it.


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Publisher: Candlewick Press

Kindle Book

  • Release date: July 16, 2019

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781536210514
  • Release date: July 16, 2019

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Kindle Book
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Languages

English

Levels

ATOS Level:3.6
Interest Level:K-3(LG)
Text Difficulty:2

A silly pirate skeleton seeks to put its bones back together in this rhyming romp beneath the waves.
Cast a spyglass 'round here
while 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 the sand? A mandible and a clavicle, phalanges and femurs, a tibia and a fibula — could there be a set of bones scattered across the ocean floor? And who might they belong to? A jaunty rhyme takes readers on an underwater scavenger hunt as a comical skeleton tries to put itself back together piece by piece. Make no bones about it: this rollicking read-aloud will have young ones learning anatomy without even realizing it.


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