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Henrietta Hexagon & the Triangles

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As an infant, Henrietta Hexagon was left alone in a shape sorter with no one to care for her. She was found and adopted by a family of triangles. She loves her family more than anything but she can't seem to get past the feeling that she doesn't quite fit in. One warm spring morning, Henrietta goes outside searching for hexagons. She does manage to find one but in doing so ...more
Kindle Edition, 24 pages
Published February 14th 2012 by Createspace
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Julia Jasztal
(Mommy's review from 4/23/12)

I noticed this was free while browsing Kindle books so I thought we'd give it a try. (Neither of us are real big on ebooks so I don't like to spend money on them right now.)
I honestly wasn't expecting much - if only because it was free. The first thing that surprised me was the amount of content. I assumed the entire book would be a handful of pages at most but it actually was an entire story.
My second assumption was that because the characters were shapes the story
This book had me laughing and smiling and rooting for Henrietta and her family. The illustrations are great, colorful and fun. I especially like the kids artwork hung on the living room wall. Mandi Tillotson Williams did a wonderful job with this book. I hope she has written and illustrated more. I highly recommend it.
I was surprised by this simple, yet sensitive book about being adopted and being different white also teaching about shapes. It was colorful to capture a child's attention and the content made sense. I look forward to reading this to my grandson.
This book fell a little flat for me. The plot seemed a little too familiar (misfit kid tries to find something/someone to relate to and build an identity), the problem felt a little too underdeveloped. I felt that more could have been done with the content in terms of adding hexagonal objects to the pictures throughout the books, and expanding Henrietta's quest to find hexagons. Also, on the cover and in the beginning of the book, the triangle family members are not all equilateral or congruent ...more
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