Circles by Gerry BaileySeptember 23rd, 2015
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Join Pallas and Leo, the brightest kid on the Stone Age block. Leo uses Stone Age examples of how rings, circles, pie charts, wheels, tangents, spirals and even boomerangs can solve age old problems. Problems such as everyone getting the same sized slice of a pie, or maintaining the equality of everyone who sits at a round a fire. Photographs of modern day equivalents accompany each page along with practical information about naming and drawing parts of circles, spirals, and ellipses.
Entertaining, funny, and also informational this title is part of the Stone Age Geometry series covering circles, cubes, lines, spheres, squares, and triangles. Recommended.
Image: Marble packing radius 21 by fdecomite on Flickr