EVERYTHING HAS A SHAPE by Bernice Kohn

EVERYTHING HAS A SHAPE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Introducing the geometric figures in mathematics as well as their function in art, this book has the chance for reader participation built into it with illustrations in which the forms can be discovered. Both the text and the illustrations underline the difference between the exact and the approximate shape of geometric figures and should prove useful to the same audience as that designated for its companion volume in the preceding review.

Pub Date: March 16th, 1964
Publisher: Prentice-Hall