Shapes are Fun!

Publisher: Flying Eye Books

Review

Starting with some basic shapes (circle, square, rectangle, oval), this well-made hardback presents a quirkier approach to a basic shape book. It features some unusual real-life shape examples (triangles forming the Pyramids in Egypt), as well as involving the senses (yummy oval ice-creams), and finally puts shapes into context in two real-life pictures.

Katja Spitzer has made a wonderful series of early learning books that all feature her bright and retro-style illustration, engaging little ones and appealing to parents, too.

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