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by Andre Amstutz,Allan Ahlberg

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  • ISBN 0749716711
  • ISBN13 978-0749716714
  • Language English
  • Author Andre Amstutz,Allan Ahlberg
  • Publisher Mammoth (April 11, 1994)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats rtf docx lrf lit
  • Category Teenagers
  • Size ePub 1691 kb
  • Size Fb2 1477 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 570

Dog skeleton keeps losing his bones. He's just a slowly disappearing dog - where will it end?

by Allan Ahlberg (Author), Andre Amstutz (Illustrator). Only 20 left in stock (more on the way).

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Give The Dog A Bone book. Allan Ahlberg, André Amstutz (Illustrator). Allan Ahlberg books are true classics, all of which I have thoroughly enjoyed as a child and now read to my own cousins aged 3-5. Although I feel can be enjoyed by all ages. It tells a story of a little skeleton dog who goes on a walk all alone at night and encounters other skeleton animal friends along the way. All while losing bits of bone!

Give the Dog a Bone is one of the titles in Allan Ahlberg's iconic children's picture book series about skeletons, Funnybones. Despite being set in a dark dark house, this brightly coloured book is perfect for early readers!

Give the Dog a Bone is one of the titles in Allan Ahlberg's iconic children's picture book series about skeletons, Funnybones. Despite being set in a dark dark house, this brightly coloured book is perfect for early readers! Read full description. See details and exclusions. Funnybones: Give the Dog a Bone by Allan Ahlberg (Paperback, 2005). Brand new: lowest price.

Other books in this series. Funnybones: Give the Dog a Bone. Andre Amstutz studied art and design at Brighton School of Art and has worked in animation as well as advertising. He has illustrated several children's books including the Fast Fox, Slow Dog series, some of the Happy Families titles and Monkey Do (Walker).

Janet Ahlberg Allan Ahlberg. 3. Give the Dog a Bone. Television programs based on children's books. Heinemann (publisher) books. Written by. Jocelyn Stevenson. Dog: The pet dog of the skeleton brothers who loved bones, digging holes, and found everything that the skeleton brothers need. Cat: The pet black cat of the skeleton brothers, who always got chased by Dog. Unlike other characters, she was not a skeleton. Dog is having his favourite dream, the one about a big, juicy bone.

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Loving Funnybones: Give the Dog a Bone by Allan Ahlberg from Puffin. Allan Ahlberg Andre Amstutz, Andre Amstutz. Master Bun the Bakers' Boy. Allan Ahlberg Fritz Wegner, Fritz Wegner. Funnybones: The Collection. Allan Ahlberg, Janet Ahlberg.

It was based on the eponymous series of books by Janet and Allan Ahlberg which were illustrated by Andre Amstutz, and focused upon the adventures of a gang of skeletons known as the Funnybones. There was Big Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Good idea. ), Little Funnybone, (who was the brains of the outfit), and (White, White) Dog ("These Bones") Funnybone (whose catchphrase was "Woof. Each episode was 5 minutes in length. Dog is having his favourite dream - the one about the big, juicy bone. Dog gets left behind when Big and Little decide to visit the dark, dark dinosaur museum.

Talk about Give the Dog a Bone (Funnybones)


Llathidan
Cute. Can't wait to read it to my grandson for Halloween.
CONVERSE
A good set of books to have in a PreK/K classroom around Day of the Dead. Happy skeletons fit right in with the holiday visual of happy skeletons.
Runehammer
This book is a welcome addition to my bone/skeleton collection of books. The children love the voice in this story!
Jark
This book is not as funny as Funnybones. As soon as I can get drawing of a dog skeleton, I'll read it to kids at school. Haven't read aloud to them yet; but I believe they will enjoy this book.