Skeletons Are Not Spooky!

Kaine (Author) Duds (Author)


WARNING: Skeleton bubble bath scene is a little hairy

For everything that skeletons do for us, why do they have such a bad reputation for being spooky? Maybe they are just like us and want to have a little bit of fun. The creative children's book duo of Kaine & Duds tries to set the record straight in this entertaining tale for everybody.

With adorable illustrations and even a big word or two (like phalanges), this book is great as a read-aloud or beginner book for early readers.For more fun from Kaine & Duds, check out No Room for Numbers, Hop on That Bus, Gus, or Where is That Amazingly Delicious, Incredible Avocado?

Product Details

Independently Published
Publish Date
October 03, 2018
8.5 X 0.09 X 8.5 inches | 0.23 pounds
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About the Author

Sean Kaine is a highly-acclaimed author and one of the top 3 writers in his house in Northern Virginia. A professional bedtime story teller for his own two sons, Sean and co-author Shannon Dudley decided to pen their own ideas after learning how many tens of pennies you can make through self-publishing. Heeding advice from his wife that both his career as an army aviation officer and a successful stint in corporate America prepared him well for telling tales about talking avocados and driving pugs, Sean laid caution to the wind and embarked on a journey of a lifetime. So far, so good.
Shannon Dudley has consistently won the prestigious 'Ryland Reader Award' since 2014, given each year to a promising mother who displays unparalleled patience in reading aloud to a toddler, and is also Ryland's mother. Drawing from more than a decade of experience in the design industry, Shannon decided to turn her creative genius to children's books. After a heated debate about design principles with co-author Sean Kaine ended in a stalemate, a resolution would have to be resolved by the court of public opinion. "Of course a lifelike jar of peanut butter would only have legs . . . what would he need arms for?"