Even though he has order and friends in his life, things are not fair-square for Sigmund Square. Everyone else has a family – Teresa Triangle, Penny Pentagon, Hector Hexagon, even Harvey Heptagon. Yet, Sigmund does not have a family of his own. So he sets out on a journey to the Land of Quadrilaterals. He has a difficult time locating his family until he learns that squares are part of the rectangle family. With a new name and a better understanding,
Sigmund returns home to share his family news. The weekly Shape Assembly turns into a celebration dance and Sigmund’s family roots are expanded when he meets the love of his life. With its many geometrical references and humorous storyline, this book offers knowledge and entertainment for learners of all ages!
Direct correlations to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice and Content Grades K-8