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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Sea Bones by Bob Barner

Release Date - April 2015

Bob Barner
Chronicle Kids

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

Sea Bones takes everything kids would want or need to know about sea life and presents it in a very fun, friendly manner. Do all sea creatures have a skeleton? How long is the blue whale? What do jellyfish eat? Why do clown fish live with sea anemones?

For both parents and their children, Sea Bones answers a lot of questions and even includes a handy chart full if need-to-know facts about specific creatures. The illustrations are colorful and the writing is simple and to the point. This is a great book for any child who loves to talk about nature.

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