Ship Shapes

Ship Shapes See how many everyday shapes you can spot while sailing the open sea in search of jewels and treasure Children will ride the waves to a faraway island in this lively shape filled ocean adventure

  • Title: Ship Shapes
  • Author: Stella Blackstone
  • ISBN: 9781905236343
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Hardcover
  • See how many everyday shapes you can spot while sailing the open sea in search of jewels and treasure Children will ride the waves to a faraway island in this lively, shape filled ocean adventure.

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      Published :2019-01-01T11:17:08+00:00

    About "Stella Blackstone"

    1. Stella Blackstone

      See also Tessa StricklandTessa Strickland is the co founder and editor in chief of independent children s publisher Barefoot Books As Stella Blackstone, she has written many bestselling picture books for children As an editor, she has worked with authors and illustrators all over the world from arvon tutors tessa str


    1. The illustrations in this book are WONDERFUL (being a seamstress, I'm partial to the style), however, I wish it had a compelling story to go along with it. So much potential missed there!

    2. Illustrations are FIVE STAR! Should have guessed this was a Barefoot book. I wish the text was more rhyme or rhythm. The simplicity of the text did allow us to linger on each page and discuss more of each shape and study the events.I also wish the plot was simple and cute, but my toddler was confused about them boarding the ship and then they were with sea monster next. Another big Q each time we read it was about the girl supposedly sitting on the raft but it looked like she was walking on wate [...]

    3. The story is about shapes and its just okay, but the illustrations are amazing. All done with fabric and sewing, they are so lovely. I wish the story had more heft, but its just a simple 'find the shapes' kind of book. Either way, I'd get it in hardcover and read it again. If you have kid, I recommend it to you!

    4. This book hits all of our favorite things: sewn illustrations, boats, pirate treasure hunts, shapes, and colors. Perfect for older toddlers who enjoy hunting games. I will be trying this out at a Storytime.

    5. This book would be great for grades pre-k to 1st grade. There are pictures made out of different shapes, such as boats, treasure, sea monsters, etc. The student would go through and find their own shapes and could then count up the sides. This would be great for a mini-geometry lesson.

    6. Simple shape concept book but the fabric art is gorgeous. My two year old (who knows his shapes) really loved it, but for the whole page of art. He had a harder time picking out the individual shapes (or didn't want to?) as the text/purpose of the book requests.

    7. A great book for focusing on the names of shapes. In true Blackstone-style, you can look at the pics for hours.

    8. What a great library find! Colorful and full of shapes and images to hunt for on every page. Perfect for my almost 2 year old.

    9. I am giving this book 5 stars because of the illustrations which are done out of fabric and intricate hand sewing. I was amazed at the detail.

    10. Brightly coloured pictures encourage children to recognise shapes within attractive seascapes. There is lots of scope for discussion in a storytime, but no story as such.

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