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Fair and square —Burnell, Heather Ayris, author.

Yeti and Unicorn cannot always agree, whether it is about which shape is most pleasing, whose style of painting is best, or, more serious, how to divide up a pie--but the two friends always find a way past their differen...

Shapes, shapes, shapes —Hoban, Tana.

Photographs of familiar objects such as chair, barrettes, and manhole cover present a study of rounded and angular shapes.

So many circles, so many squares —Hoban, Tana.

The geometric concepts of circles and squares are shown in photographs of wheels, signs, pots, and other familiar objects.

The shape of me and other stuff —Seuss, Dr.

Rhyme and silhouette drawings introduce the shape of bugs, balloons, peanuts, camels, spider webs and many other familiar objects.

Frida and Bear play the shape game! —Browne, Anthony, 1946- author.

Frida and Bear love to draw. But what should they draw? First Frida draws a shape and gives it to Bear. "Try to turn this shape into something," she says. Bear looks at the shape and adds a bit more, and now it's a puppy...

Hello, my world : a high-contrast book

High contrast and clear shapes - visual nourishment for babies' brains! -- Back cover.

Crescent moons and pointed minarets : a Muslim book of shapes —Khan, Hena, author.

In simple rhyming text a young Muslim girl guides the reader through the traditions and shapes of Islam.

Stanley's shapes —Bee, William, author, illustrator.

Stanley and Little Woo are on vacation learning about shapes.

Little yellow truck —Bunting, Eve, 1928- author.

A little yellow pickup truck longs to be included when larger, more powerful vehicles help build a children's park, but he is soon given a task that is just right for him.

Is it red? Is it yellow? Is it blue? : an adventure in color —Hoban, Tana.

Illustrations and brief text introduce colors and the concepts of shape and size.

Have you seen my monster? —Light, Steve.

A little girl gallivants through a county fair, searching for her furry friend. Readers will surely spot the friendly monster as well as twenty shapes, identified here by their proper names -- trapezoids, ellipses, kites...

The shapes of spring —Howarth, Jill.

A spring-themed board book that includes Easter eggs, bunnies, chicks, and more while teaching toddlers about basic shapes.

Sir Cumference and the first round table : a math adventure —Neuschwander, Cindy.

Assisted by his knight, Sir Cumference, and using ideas offered by his wife and son, King Arthur finds the perfect shape for his table.

Mouse shapes —Walsh, Ellen Stoll, author.

Three mice make a variety of things out of different shapes as they hide from a scary cat.

Batman shapes —Bird, Benjamin, 1978-

Follow Batman on his nightly patrol and learn all about shapes.

My shape is Sam —Jackson, Amanda, 1981- author.

In a place where jobs are based on shape, Sam, who looks like a square but longs to roll like a circle, discovers his true, unique shape.

Square cat —Schoonmaker, Elizabeth.

Eulah the cat is square and, while she longs to be round like other cats, her friends show her the benefits of the shape that she has.

Birds —Henkes, Kevin, author.

Fascinated by the colors, shapes, sounds, and movements of the many different birds she sees through her window, a little girl is happy to discover that she and they have something in common.

Skippyjon Jones shape up —Schachner, Judith Byron.

Skippyjon the cat does an exercise routine featuring items of various shapes.

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