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Every Adventure is an Opportunity: “Josh and the Skeleton”

A skeleton is the last thing you want in an adventure.


Skip Ashworth writes about kids and adventures—or misadventures. Kids know how to find adventures. They attract them like magnets. Every adventure is an opportunity that allows kids to discover themselves and what they are made of.

“Josh and the Skeleton,” by author Skip Ashworth, is a coming-of-age story about a young boy named Josh, who, on Christmas Eve, finds a skeleton inside an old pickup truck on the Cheyenne burial ground. Josh recalls the stories of his grandpa about spirits and Cheyenne legends. These stories and the memories of his grandpa haunt him. The skeleton, after all, is a scary thing. But Josh must toughen up to find his runaway dog, Flash.

Find out more about Josh and his adventures in “Josh and the Skeleton” by Skip Ashworth. You may visit the author’s website at
“Josh and the Skeleton”
Written by Skip Ashworth
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: December 2019
Paperback: $9.75
Ebook: $2.90
About the Author
Skip Ashworth is an award-winning teacher and coach, working with students in fifth grade to college for forty-seven years. He developed his own Oklahoma history course and enjoys learning about and participating in the Chickasaw culture with his wife who is part of Chickasaw herself.

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 Skip Ashworth
 Josh And The Skeleton
 Coming-of-age Story
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