Can a Skeleton Have an X-ray?
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What spins the Earth? Do colors smell? Why is water wet? Where do dreams go? Renowned artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers brings his own unique vision to these and many other questions, from the practical to the philosophical.
Kyle Hughes-Odgers is one of Australia's leading young visual artists. For almost a decade he has exhibited artwork and created public art extensively throughout Australia and internationally, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Berlin and Cambodia. His work has been featured in publications including Kingbrown magazine, Street Art New York, and widely online through artist features, films, and interviews. He is the illustrator of Ten Tiny Things.
"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"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