Shapes and Patterns in Nature

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$14.95  $13.90
Albatros Media
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9.37 X 12.6 X 0.39 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author

Jana Sedlackova is a children's book author who graduated from the School of Textile Design and Management. In her free time, she enjoys singing in choirs and decorating gingerbread during Christmastime. Her work is driven by the belief that everyone is searching for the perfect fairytale. She hails from Brno, Czech Republic.Stepanka Sekaninova used to work as a TV reporter and in the production of children's programs. Now she is a writer and an editor-in-chief, living in the Czech Republic.Magdalena Konecna illustrated her first book when she was only 17 years old. Her main sources of inspiration are her dreams and travels and the natural world. You can find her pictures on greeting cards and in notebooks, as well as in various publications. She lives and works in the Czech Republic.


"Beautiful illustrations. Tons of information on each page without information overload. A good quick reference." ―Debbie Buck, Vintage

"I would recommend this book for the beautiful illustrations alone. Patrons will enjoy looking at the images. There is so much on each page that it can be reread over and over." ―Amanda B, Librarian

"This one is such a visual treat! It is absolutely lovely and includes so many details to discuss and marvel over. There are two more books in this line that are similarly lovely: Colors in Nature and Colors in Habitats. They make for unique coffee table books and add such cool flair
to any collection of STEM books for kids." ―The Kid Lit Mama Blog

"I can't think of any shape book that has such extensive illustrations, and this can't be beat for attractive design or number of examples." ―Karen Yingling, YA Books Central

"The illustrations are very well done as well as beautiful. I believe this is a book that can be enjoyed by readers of any age, whether just looking at the pictures or truly studying them." ―NetGalley-Educator