Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 158 g
Dimensions: 245 x 244 x 3 mm
This is the ideal introduction to shapes, disguised as a touching story about belonging and cooperation. * The Daily Mail *
A deceptively simple story about geometric shapes with a lot of heart - addressing complex themes in a fun and playful way. * Coralie Bickford-Smith *
This joyful and appealing story is an entertaining and imaginative exploration of shapes as well as a warm-hearted affirmation of the many human rewards of individuality, inclusion and friendship. * The Lancashire Post *
There are plenty of layers to this gorgeous story about fitting in - by being true to yourself. * My Book Corner *
A wonderful book about shapes, diversity and being true to yourself. * Mum's School of Fun *
This book touches on the importance of diversity and inclusion in such a clever and fun way. * The Parent Rookie *
This book manages to incorporate shapes, colours and an underlying theme of appreciating and accepting differences between us. There is so much to learn from here, [which is] all incorporated within a lovely story that is great for capturing the attention of the little ones. * Books up North *
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