How many shapes and colours can you find inside? Open the flaps and count the shapes one by one, then play with the flaps to create your own combinations. Explore and discover shapes, colours and numbers through play in this stylish first concepts book. Featuring minimum words and impressive paper engineering, this brilliant interactive book is full of simplistic charm – the perfect first introduction to learning about shapes, colours and numbers.
“I liked it because it is very different to most books. There are no words and you can open each side from the middle to make lots of different shapes and patterns.” – Abbie Collings, age 5, for lovereading4kids.co.uk
“ingenious! My two year old loved this book. She knows her colours already but this book introduced her to shapes and improved her counting. The format kept her interested. A great book all round.” – lovereading4kids.co.uk
“It’s the coffee table book of kids books… My 2 year old really enjoys this book and I think he’ll learn lots from it.” -lovereading4kids.co.uk
“Simple, yet ingenious, chunky book that as it unfolds, encourages youngsters to find out about 2D shapes and colours, and do some counting along the way… Playful, engrossing and educational” – redreadinghub
“A simple cover image does not do justice to this unique title” – Achuka
“intriguingly different from the panoply of ‘my first’ education books…something in its near-blankness feels intensely inviting… the children who play absorbedly with this book will be taught by it in the best way– by stealth.” – TLS
“This will entertain and stir the imagination of preschoolers. Simple, but effective” – Irish Examiner
Hardcover: 20 pages
Dimensions: 21.2 x 2.3 x 19 cm
About the Author:
Dario Zeruto was born in Havana, Cuba, but lives and works in Barcelona and Milan. With a background in mechanical engineering, he developed an interest in hand-made crafts in Bolivia, and makes unique pieces of art through the convergence of textiles, paper engineering and traditional printed book form. He runs workshops in paper engineering for children and adults in both Italy and Spain.