A Trapezoid is NOT a Dinosaur!
Selected as a favorite "2019 Math Books for Kids"
“If you’ve a kid that was a fan of Kelly Bingham’s Z Is for Moose, this is sort of its shapey equivalent. . .”
“On its surface, this is a simple story about accepting others for their differences. But it’s greatest potential is for a STEAM-powered storytime, as each shape describes how they are different. . . VERDICT This title is ideal for curricular support. A solid addition for most collections.”
—School Library Journal
“An effective bridge from simple shape identification to more specific geometric facts.”
Read how Suzanne came up with the idea for this book in her interview with Dylan Teut, popular children’s literature blogger and executive director of the Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival.