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Author: Shelley Leedahl,Bill Slavin
ISBN: 1550413503
Language: English
Pages: 32 pages
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Publisher: Fitzhenry and Whiteside; 1 edition (August 2, 2005)
Rating: 4.7
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Leedahl, Shelley A. (Shelley Ann), 1963-. Publication, Distribution, et. Red Deer, Alberta, Canada Northern lights books for children. Personal Name: Slavin, Bill, ill.

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The Bone Talker is the captivating story of how small gestures carry the greatest meaning. The CNIB Library has announced its 2006 Catalogue of PrintBraille Books for Children, and The Bone Talker is among the selections. It is the irresistible tale of how a cloud of melancholy is lifted by the hand of a child. The Bone Talker now in Braille: The CNIB Library has announced its 2006 Catalogue of PrintBraille Books for Children, and The Bone Talker is among the selections. This library chooses "high quality children's picture books and transcribes the text into braille. the library selects books that allow the reader to understand the story without having to see the illustrations.

The Bone Talker book. The Bone Talker is a book about an old woman who talks to her bones. She seems very sad and does not talk to anyone or leave the house. Her husband tries to talk to her but she refuses. Grandmother Bones has wound down like a clock. Gone are the tick and tock.

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by Leedahl, Shelley A. Authors: Slavin, Bill. First published: Red Deer, Alta : Red Deer College Press, 1999. Grandmother Bones has lost her youth, so everyone in the village tries to make her happy again. It takes the ingenuity of a child to find the solution. A classic tale of love, beautifully illustrated" Cf. Our choice, 2000.

A SIGNET Book, published by arrangement with the author. This book may not be reproduced in whole or part, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission. For information address: The Berkley Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Putnam In. 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014.

ForeWord Magazine Children's Picture Book of the Year Award. Alberta Book Illustration Award winner

ForeWord Magazine Children's Picture Book of the Year Award. Alberta Book Illustration Award winner, Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award Finalist, Canadian Library Association Children's Book of the Year Award Finalist, Specifications.

Shelley A. Leedahl, The Bone Talker, Red Deer College Press (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada), 1999. Bill Slavin told CA: "I have been drawing since I can remember and have wanted to illustrate books for just about as long

Shelley A. Maxine Trottier, One Is Canada, HarperCollins (New York, NY), 1999. Ann-Maureen Owens and Jane Yealland, The History of Canada's Flag, Kids Can Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1999. Bill Slavin told CA: "I have been drawing since I can remember and have wanted to illustrate books for just about as long. My first commercial success was an antismoking-in-bed poster I did in grade three, which won first prize and earned me twenty-five dollars. Grade three was an important year because it was also the year I produced my first illustrated book, called Zok the Caveman.

ForeWord Magazine Children's Picture Book of the Year Award

Alberta Book Illustration Award winner,

Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award Finalist,

Canadian Library Association Children's Book of the Year Award Finalist,

Canadian Booksellers Association Illustrator of the Year Award

Grandmother Bones has wound down like a clock. Gone are the tick and tock of her youth. Gone are the days when she laughed with family and friends. Now she creaks when she hobbles, and she spends her time talking to her tired old bones as if they were her children. Not even her husband can wind her up again.

The people in Grandmother Bones's village stop by often to check on her. They bring her rich berry pies to tickle her tongue. They make merry music to wake her sleeping feet. They carry stones like jewels to set in her windows and catch the afternoon sun. But always she is the same - no tick or tock. Grandmother Bones seems lost to everyone. What more can her husband and the villagers do?

The Bone Talker is the captivating story of how small gestures carry the greatest meaning. It is the irresistible tale of how a cloud of melancholy is lifted by the hand of a child.

The Bone Talker now in Braille:

The CNIB Library has announced its 2006 Catalogue of PrintBraille Books for Children, and The Bone Talker is among the selections. This library chooses "high quality children's picture books and transcribes the text into braille . . . the library selects books that allow the reader to understand the story without having to see the illustrations."