Staff Pick - Bones: Dead People Do Tell Tales
Need a suggestion for something to read or watch from the library this weekend? Maybe you'd like to check out an ebook or audiobook? Try some of our Staff Picks, to find what some of the other people in our parish are enjoying.
We know that not every staff pick will appeal to every patron, but not to worry! If you need help selecting something, we have online tools like Book Browse and our Online Catalog, or you can ask one of our friendly staff members to help search for you.
Bones: Dead People Do Tell Tales by Sara Latta
I found this book while searching for material on building healthy bodies. Our bones need to be healthy, too.
It was a very interesting introduction to forensic anthropology for young readers, not the very young. All bones tell a story -- you have to know how to read them. Forensic anthropologists can tell if found bones are male or female, human or animal and how someone lived and died.
I did find the read enlightening in this area of science. Those who are interested in forensic investigation will find it a good read.
If Bones interests you, feel free to request or check it out. We'll be back next Thursday with a different Staff Pick.