Demystify geometry with this primer on shapes that will have young builders everywhere on to their next towering project.
Comical cats and dogs guide kids through the essential characteristics of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhomboids, and other quadrilaterals. Angles and degrees are explained in accessible terms and useful visuals. Kids will get a handle on geometric vocabulary and can try out plenty of hands-on activities that will help reinforce the concepts.
David A. Adler and Edward Miller are a trusted team when it comes to math books for young people, having penned over 15 math-related books together. A glossary is included.
Edward Miller graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City. For over 25 years, Edward has written and illustrated children’s books, as well as worked in publishing as a graphic designer and art director. In 1996, Edward launched his design studio, Ed Miller Design. Edward currently lives in New York City. In his spare time, he designs and paints murals for New York City public schools.