Little Genius Bones by Kate Lennard
  

Synopsis

Little Genius Bones by Kate Lennard

Little Genius is here to tell you all about the incredible hard bits under your skin - your bones! Have you ever wondered what you'd look like if you didn't have any bones, where you can find your smallest and biggest bones and how to make your bones healthy and strong? Wouldn't you like to know why your fingers are more bendy than your toes, how your bones are held together and how they heal if you break them? Well, Little Genius has all the answers ...

Reviews

A fun way to get some fact into your child's head ... The lively illustrations and down to earth but engaging narrative make this a lovely book to share at bedtime -- Laura Lee Davies Junior 20060801 Bones is an attractive and engaging book. Its pages are full of colourful and entertaining illustrations that encourage you to read and explore TES 20071123 Little Genius is your guide through this wonderfully written information book all about bones Child Education Plus 20080701

About the Author

In 1999 Kate Lennard threw all her belongings down a rubbish shoot and started again. She now lives happily ever after in Crouch End, London with Mark and their two boys Zoom and Ace. Eivind Gulliksen was born in Korea, adopted to Norway and currently lives in England. He has studied fine art, graphic design and illustration.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7

Author

Kate Lennard
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd August 2007

ISBN

9780099451631


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