The Shape Trilogy Comes Full Circle | Chapter 16Look Inside. Mar 05, ISBN years. This book is about Circle. Also it is about a rule that Circle makes, and how she has to rescue Triangle when he breaks that rule. With their usual pitch-perfect pacing and subtle, sharp wit, Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen come full circle in the third and final chapter of their clever shapes trilogy.
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The Shape Trilogy Comes Full Circle
Triangle arrived in ; Square appeared last year; and now Circle wraps up the trilogy with her own story, one in which all three shapes play hide-and-seek near the waterfall where Circle makes her home. Barnett returns to Nashville—three years ago, he spoke with Chapter 16 about How This Book Was Made —to discuss the final book in this beloved trilogy. Barnett recently answered questions via email about the new book, the series as a whole, and the joy of intellectual debates with children. Chapter 16 : Can you talk about the origins of the Shape Trilogy? Mac Barnett : Yep.
Bestselling picture book creators Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen will kick off a new series in , Candlewick announced jointly with Walker Books Group. The first book, Triangle, will release simultaneously worldwide on March Square and Circle will follow in and , respectively. Despite the titles, these are not concept books but a series about friendship along the lines of Frog and Toad , the classic Arnold Lobel tales, Barnett said. In the debut, Triangle plays a trick on his friend, Square.
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Mac Barnett is the author of numerous award-winning books, and is the founder of the Echo Park Time Travel Mart, a convenience store for time travellers. Mac and Jon have collaborated on two picturebooks. Conceived over breakfast at an L. Mac: Hello, Jon! Jon: Hello Mac! Mac: I am on a plane above Arkansas!
Add to Bag. Award-winning bestselling writer-illustrator team Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen have given dimension to familiar silhouettes Triangle and Square with the first two books in their funny and unique Shapes series. In it, Circle makes a rule that Triangle promptly breaks, so Circle has to come back around to help her pal out. And Jon and Mac certainly know something about supporting a friend, as these two pals have collaborated on some outstanding picture books. MB: Jon and I spent months talking about who these characters were—their personalities, their feelings about each other, their daily routines—before we started making the first story about them. JK: Visually the idea was that we wanted the characters to be differentiated by very simple traits—shapes that everyone is familiar with, but nothing that really tells them what anybody is going to actually be like. MB: Yep!