Romp about with Bluebell the cat as you discover the different shapes out there in our great big world. There are lines and triangles and squares, and so many other shapes too. Follow along with the text by Zoe Burke (she loves to write rhyming children's poems), and you'll get to fly a kite in the field with Bluebell or join him as he snoozes on the sofa. As you read, investigate all the shapes drawn by Carey Hall, who enjoys creating playful illustrations, just like these!
Reviews from all around the world
"Well beyond what parents would likely expect from a board book - an impressive achievement. --InfoDad
"A gray cat named Bluebell helps introduce children to triangles, squares, circles, and other shapes. Writing in rhyme, Burke demonstrates how straight lines can form triangles and squares, and how, when tilted or stretched, a square can become a diamond or rectangle. Hall's crisp, pastel-colored artwork emphasizes geometry whenever possible, sneaking shapes into wallpaper patterns, blankets, and landscapes for readers to identify." -Publisher's Weekly