SHOP NOW: free delivery anywhere in Australia for two or more books

Can a skeleton have an x-ray?

Written by Kyle Hughes-Odgers


How does sound taste?
Do colours smell?
Why do onions make me cry?
Who builds the wings for birds to fly?

Renowned artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers brings his unique vision to these and many other questions. From the practical to the philosophical, this book is guaranteed to fire young imaginations!

'The open-ended questions, accompanied by intricate illustrations, encourage children to create their own ideas about the world, and give adult readers a chance to pause with younger readers—talking and discovering together ...' Books+Publishing

'Quiet. Powerful. Stunning to explore in both a visual and thoughtful sense, this one deserves a sticker or three.' Kids' Book Review

'These simple questions give your thoughts a new direction of travel.' Six Thousand

'This is a captivating picture book full of questions, both practical and philosophical, which is sure to get readers imaginations working overtime. A fantastic book. I loved it!' YARR-A

‘What spins the earth? How does sound taste? What is it about onions that make people cry? These are just some of the deep and sometimes thought-provoking questions posed in Kyle Hughes-Odgers’ new book Can a skeleton have an x-ray?Community Newspaper Group

ISBN 9781925162691 (Hardback)
Formats Picture Book (240 x 230mm) (Hardback)
Categories Children's Picture Books
Publisher Fremantle Press
Edition 1st
Publication Year 2015
Pages 32
Rights World
  • Newauthorimage forwebsite

    Kyle Hughes-Odgers

    Kyle Hughes-Odgers is an Australian artist. He has held exhibitions throughout Australia and internationally in New York, Los Angeles, Singapore and Berlin. Kyle has also been involved in large-scale public art projects internationally (New York City, Washington DC, Los Angeles, London, Sheffield, Hong Kong, Singapore, Madrid, Berlin, Cambodia) and at home in Australia, including From Above, a giant 6 m x 80 m exterior painting for the Perth International Airport. Read more