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Bone Dog by Eric Rohmann
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Jan 21, 12

bookshelves: picture-books

Some witty lines spoken from the "mouths" of skeletons but confusing concepts of life after death regarding animals. Creepy illustrations. Lots of creativity used in this book, and of course, the enduring love for an animal is very apparent. But I cannot see it being used for teaching purposes in the library. Just personal use only. With the skeletons coming out of the grave, it just might be too much for my students.

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