Shapes, Reshape! by Silvia Borando
A Minibombo Book

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The ending adds a further, winning dimension by quickly diminishing any fears of the “fearsome and fire-breathing” dragon with a comeuppance sure to delight little ones. An imaginative counting book that also encourages shape recognition and vocabulary building.
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The shapes in this book get mixed up, moved around, and reshaped into all kinds of animals. But can you guess which animal before they reshape?

When you mix up certain shapes and move them around, do you know what buzzy things they reshape into? Ten fluttering dragonflies! Now what about shapes that reshape into jumpy things? Would you guess nine slimy frogs? Turn each page to find a pile of shapes and a clue—stripy or clucky, prickly or pinchy, roary or scaly, stompy or fiery—then turn the page again to see if you’re right.
 

About Silvia Borando

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Silvia Borando works as a visual designer for Studio Tiwi, where she loves to explore her great passion for color. She also heads up minibombo, a children’s publishing house based in Italy that brings together a love of stories, illustration, and interactivity to create innovative graphic picture books. She lives in Italy.
 
Published July 7, 2016 by Walker Books Ltd. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.
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on Apr 13 2016

The ending adds a further, winning dimension by quickly diminishing any fears of the “fearsome and fire-breathing” dragon with a comeuppance sure to delight little ones. An imaginative counting book that also encourages shape recognition and vocabulary building.

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