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!
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
'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
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Children's Picture Books
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