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Baby, find the shapes! Baby, find the shapes! / Ekaterina Trukhan

Baby can find shapes all over place: the bedroom, the garden, and more!


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Bulldozer's shapes Bulldozer's shapes / Sherri Duskey Rinker ; illustrated by Ethan Long

In rhyming text, Bulldozer and Crane work at the construction site circling around the dirt, clearing away triangles of rocks until the perfect building spot has been squared off.


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Circle! sphere! Circle! sphere! / Grace Lin

"Manny, Olivia, and Mei are blowing bubbles. Manny's wand is a circle, Olivia's wand is a square, and Mei's wand is a heart. What shape will their bubbles be? Engages young children in exploring geometry and making predictions."--


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Circles Circles / Akio Kashiwara

A latest entry in the best-selling concept series that includes Baby Sees Colors! introduces the shape of a circle and some of the fun and amazing things that circles can be. --Publisher.


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Mouse Shapes Mouse Shapes / Ellen Stoll Walsh

Three mice make a variety of things out of different shapes as they hide from a scary cat.


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Shape by Shape Shape by Shape / Suse MacDonald

Turn the die-cut pages to discover colorful shapes, which come together to reveal a creature from long ago.


Bookjacket for  Shape up, construction trucks!

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Shape up, construction trucks! Shape up, construction trucks! / Victoria Allenby

"Full-color photographs feature construction vehicles. Geometric shapes discernable on the vehicles are digitally highlighted for easy identification, and rhyming text names both the shape and the truck. A final spread directed at caregivers shares age-appropriate enrichment activities for toddlers learning to identify shapes."--


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Shapes Shapes / Jacques Duquennoy

Armed with paintbrushes, Zoe and Zack start drawing circles, squares, and triangles. With just basic shapes, they can draw . . . just about anything! The acetate pages are a magical delight, and will help foster creativity in young children, showing them how much a few simple shapes and a bit of imagination can do!


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Shapes Shapes / Shelley Rotner, Anne Woodhull

"An introduction to shapes with examples of real-life objects that resemble those shapes"--


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Shapes Shapes / Kasia Dudziuk

"Little children will love exploring the world of shapes with this delighfully illustrated book."--Back cover.


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Shapes with Little Fish Shapes with Little Fish / Lucy Cousins

"Take your finger and trace! Little Fish invites little fans to get a feel for shapes in an adorable early concept book."--Publisher.


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Turnabout shapes Turnabout shapes / Agnese Baruzzi

"In this fun die-cut book you can see how a watermelon changes into a bird's beak. Or how a tulip becomes a mermaid's tail. It's fun to watch each shape change by turning the pages. Keep your eyes open, and don't miss the fun!"--Page 4 of cover.


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Watch this! Watch this! / Jane Godwin and Beci Orpin ; photographer, Hilary Walker

Watch This! is a groundbreaking modern photographic picture book about children using their bodies to make sense of shapes in a playful way. A bold and playful celebration of movement, energy, pattern, color and shape!


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Which one doesn't belong? Which one doesn't belong? / Christopher Danielson

"Every page of this innovative picture book contains a thoughtfully designed set of four shapes and the question 'Which one doesn't belong?' Each of the shapes could be a correct answer to the question. Because there is no one right answer, children naturally shift their focus to justifications and arguments based on the shapes' geometric properties."--

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Poudre River Public Library District (970) 221-6740
Including the collection of Front Range Community College, Larimer Campus


Poudre River Public Library District
(970) 221-6740

Including the collection of
Front Range Community College, Larimer Campus