THE SHAPES GAME by Paul Rogers

THE SHAPES GAME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In her first book, a British textile designer creates striking patterns to illustrate Rogers' lilting verse calling attention to the shapes that compose them. Unfortunately, the shapes, while aesthetically pleasing, are often approximate (""more or less square""), have wavering outlines, or are otherwise confusing or misleading (is a series of loops really a spiral?), limiting use as a concept book for young children.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1990
Page count: 28pp
Publisher: Henry Holt