Published by Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Summary: It may seem alarming to think that every person you’ve ever seen has a skull, but this is a good thing. Skulls might look a little scary, but they protect our brains. The holes in our skulls allow us to see, hear, and eat. They give our faces shapes, allow us to open and close our jaws, and hold our teeth in place. By the time you reach the last page, you will be thanking your skull for all it does and shouting along with the girl in the book, “I love my skull!” Includes a page of cool skull facts. 40 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: Pair this book with Kim Norman’s Give Me Back My Bones! to make an excellent story hour for Halloween or any time.
Cons: In this age of concussions, some safety tips for protecting your skull would have made a nice addition.