Finding Fractals in NatureBook - 2014
Introduces readers to naturally repeating fractals while discussing what makes them unique, explaining how to move beyond familiar shapes in nature to recognize more intricate patterns.
Boyds Mills Pr
We see familiar shapes in nature all around us—this orange looks like a sphere, that icicle a cone, those cucumbers are almost cylinders. But trees, clouds, or broccoli—what shapes are they? In this photo-filled conceptual picture book, young readers will not only get an introduction to those amazing and naturally repeating patterns called fractals, but they’ll also learn about what makes fractals unique. Curious kids will leave with a sense of wonder about the intricacies of the natural world and the many shapes around us!
A visually striking conceptual picture book introduces young children to naturally repeating fractals while explaining what makes them unique, explaining how to move beyond familiar shapes in nature to recognize more intricate patterns.