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If You Were a Polygon
If You Were a Polygon
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If You Were a Polygon

by Marcie Aboff
Illustrated by Sarah Dillard

What could you do if you were a polygon? You could have at least three straight sides. You could be a kite, a star, or a stop sign. What else could you be if you were a polygon? Find out in this installment of the bestselling MATH FUN series by Trisha Speed Shaskan! With creative examples, easy-to-understand text, and engaging art, these entertaining and educational picture books books are perfect for young math lovers to read aloud or read alone.

 
ISBN978-1-4048-5692-9
PublisherPicture Window Books
Age Level7-9 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-4
Trim Size11 x 9
Page Count24
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2010
Paperback
Price
$7.95
 


 
 

Reviews

Learning Magazine

"What could you be if you were a polygon? As this book shows, you would have at least three straight sides and could be a kite, a star, or a stop sign." - Learning Magazine

September 1, 2011

Library Media Connection - Kathryn Tvaruzka, Assistant Professor

"STARRED REVIEW! These whimsical and entertaining math concept picture books serve as good classroom read-alouds or for individual reading for young students. Each book begins with the title line, “If you were a…” and continues with simple phrases illustrating the math concept, such as “if you were a triangle…you could be seen on the street (cat on a motorcycle passing a yield sign), in a band (cat holding a triangle), or at the kitchen table (cat holding a slice of watermelon). The beautiful watercolor and gouache illustrations of animals are vibrantly colored and bring the text, which flows from page-to-page, to life, making these books top picks for reading aloud, especially when used to introduce or extend a mathematics unit. Each book concludes with an activity, a glossary, an index, and a few additional resources. Highly Recommended. [Editor’s Note: Other topics covered, but not reviewed include additional shapes, fractions, numbers and number signs, and measurements.]" - Library Media Connection

March 1, 2010

Marcie Aboff

Marcie Aboff

Marcie Aboff is the author of picture books, early readers, chapter books, and magazine stories. She also used to work as a feature writer for a daily newspaper in Escondido, California, and as a catalog copywriter for an advertising firm in New York City. She’s written more than 20 titles for Picture Window Books. Marcie loves visiting schools to talk to students about being an author, as well as helping them develop their own writing potential. When she’s not writing or visiting schools, Marcie likes to play tennis, listen to music, see really good movies, travel, and eat as much chocolate as she can. Marcie resides in Edison, New Jersey, with her two sons and one daughter. Their cat, Sneakers, also resides in the home, although he sometimes is under the impression he is the sole proprietor. Please visit Marcie’s website (www.marcieaboff.com) to learn more about her books.

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