Bonaparte is falling apart. Bones fly, roll, and are flipped in every direction. Franky Stein tries to secure bones with glue, but Bonaparte can’t move. Black Widow spins a web, but Bonaparte gets all tangled up. Mummicula straps and wraps him together, but Bonaparte can’t see a thing. What to do? School starts soon, and Bonaparte is worried about getting teased. “Bone-anza!” Bonaparte finds a bone-loving, bone-a-fide friend to help him keep things together.
Bonaparte Falls Apart, by Margery Cuyler and Will Terry, is a tender story with considered and playful words, one that kids will love because of its relatable subject matter, fun, spooky characters, humorous mishaps, and the sweetest resolve.