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Shape Me a Rhyme : Nature's Forms in Poetry
Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8 
32 p.  
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ISBN 9781620917916
Publisher Summary
Combines poetry and photographs to illustrate shapes in nature.

In this unusual collection, poems and photographs focus on shapes in nature. Some shapes are found in familiar places: A circle is the sun and a crescent is the moon. But there are imaginative surprises too: an alligator's tooth is a triangle and a frond's shadow forms a square. Related shape words—round, halo, sphere, etc.—are scattered throughout the spreads. This collaboration captures the beauty of shapes in nature in a playful way.
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