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Perfect Square by Michael  Hall
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May 19, 11

bookshelves: picture-books
Read in May, 2011

This is a must for any library collection! It all starts with a perfectly perfect square, but day after day the square is cut and poked and torn and shattered so it has to transform itself into something new each time. This book works well on so many levels. The bold colors and easy text will attract little ones. The shapes and art will attract others. And still the deeper meaning of the book--that we are sometimes twisted and shredded and snipped yet we can still transform ourselves into something beautiful--will resound with others. There are so many curricular connections that could be made with this book. It is a must!
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