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Perfect Square by Michael  Hall
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Apr 30, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: childrens, picture-books, preschoolers-and-kindergartners

Beautiful art and great concept that will lead to cool art extensions. A perfect square "was cut into pieces and poked full of holes. It wasn't perfectly square anymore" so it transforms its parts into a fountain. Each day, the square goes through a different transformation (I wondered how it got put back together each day and changes color...) but no matter if it gets crumpled, torn, or shredded, the square uses the pieces to become something lovely. At the end, all the different things the square became form a sort of whole. Picture Smart kids will love seeing what they can do with one perfect square.

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