Can you guess the animal by looking at its bones?
Award-winning paper-cut artist Chihiro Takeuchi creates another masterpiece in this clever, fun introduction to vertebrate animals and shows young readers how interesting science can be.
"A sweet and informative picture book for young animal lovers to learn more about the different body structures of different species." STARRED REVIEW School Library Journal
"A strong choice for curious young scientists." The Horn Book Reviews
"This is a beautifully designed interactive book that children will love reading time and time again. Takeuchi's paper cut illustrations are simple but eye-catching and the skeletal details are scientifically accurate. It is perfect for developing a curiosity about science and the natural world and for encouraging questions and discussions around different lifeforms." Read Plus
"This award winning paper-cut artist has created yet another masterpiece with this new brightly coloured and engaging book. It is a wonderful introduction to vertebrate animals and has high educational value for young children." Magpies Magazine
"A most amazing book to read and reread, impelling readers to look closely at the illustrations, urging them to ask questions...This is a book which will inform and delight, introducing younger readers to the idea of vertebrates and their skeletons, encouraging a lifelong interest in science."
“An unusual and delightful sort of matching game for young readers. . . It’s a visually striking book, in which the page-turns are everything, and an entertaining guessing game for very young children, especially those first learning about the skeletal system and that, underneath all the trappings, many creatures are a heap of bones.” Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast