Elmo, Grover, Zoe, and their Sesame Street friends learn all about shapes while having a picnic in the park. As they invite toddlers to help them identify circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and more, they quickly begin to realize that the world around them is filled with every shape imaginable—all it takes to find them is to look. Less common shapes such as octagons and rhombuses are defined in simple terms so even the youngest readers can follow along.
What Shape is a Grape? (Sesame Street) by Christy Webster; Illustrated by Christopher Moroney