A trapezoid is not a dinosaur!
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[United States] : Charlesbridge, 2019.
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In this wildly amusing, unconventional shape concept book, Trapezoid is here to declare that he's a shape, too. He's NOT a type of dinosaur! Shape up, shapes! Triangle is hosting auditions for all the best shapes to be in his play. Circle, Square, and Star each get a part. But Trapezoid just doesn't "fit in." Is he even a shape? The others think he sounds like a type of dinosaur. Determined to show off his usefulness, Trapezoid tries to act like the other shapes, to no avail. Eventually, though, Trapezoid celebrates his own distinct shape properties in order to become part of the performance.

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In this wildly amusing, unconventional shape concept book, Trapezoid is here to declare that he's a shape, too. He's NOT a type of dinosaur! Shape up, shapes! Triangle is hosting auditions for all the best shapes to be in his play. Circle, Square, and Star each get a part. But Trapezoid just doesn't "fit in." Is he even a shape? The others think he sounds like a type of dinosaur. Determined to show off his usefulness, Trapezoid tries to act like the other shapes, to no avail. Eventually, though, Trapezoid celebrates his own distinct shape properties in order to become part of the performance.
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Morris, S. (2019). A trapezoid is not a dinosaur! [United States]: Charlesbridge.

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Morris, Suzanne. 2019. A Trapezoid Is Not a Dinosaur! [United States]: Charlesbridge.

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Morris, Suzanne, A Trapezoid Is Not a Dinosaur! [United States]: Charlesbridge, 2019.

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Morris, Suzanne. A Trapezoid Is Not a Dinosaur! [United States]: Charlesbridge, 2019. Web.

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