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Perfect Square

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by Michael Hall (Author, Illustrator)

Its Perfect! Isn’t it?

Once there was a Perfect Square. It was perfect because it had 4 matching corners and 4 equal sides. It was perfectly happy! Then one day it got torn up and someone poked holes in it. Now it wasn’t a Perfect Square at all! So what did the Perfect Square do? It made itself into a…

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And then one day it got torn up into scraps. So it made itself into a …

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A great story about transformations.. everyday the square transforms itself into a different form in different colors. A simple story about creativity and change. This book is brilliant in its simplicity. It is creative in the idea of change. It is never-ending because of unlimited possibilities.. of what a perfect square can end up being.

What will you make today.. out of a Perfect Square?

Find it here: Library, Amazon, Better World Books


2 comments

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  1. This looks like such a fun book to bring out now and again for a fun time-filler! Thank you for sharing on Mom’s Library, I’ll be featuring it this week at Crystal’s Tiny Treasures.

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