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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
Silkie lays a perfectly beautiful egg and announces it to the other chickens in the barn. Dottie points out that her egg is perfect but not a circle like Silkie thinks. To keep Silkie from worrying that her egg is not as perfect as she thought, the other animals find objects around the farm shaped like a circle. They find several items, such as the nightlight, the water bucket, and the fan that keeps the barn cool in the summer. Will Silkie find anything that has the same shape as her egg? Does being an oval rather than a circle make her egg less perfect? What will Silkie learn from this new experience? Find out in What Is the Shape Of My Egg? by Lisa M. Weckbacher and illustrated by Gabriela Vega.
What Is the Shape Of My Egg? is a children's story by Lisa M. Weckbacher which follows the sweet tale of Silkie and her first egg. At first, she thinks it is a perfect circle, but her friends in the barn tell her that it is something a little different. The illustrations by Gabriela Vega are adorable and will entertain kids as they read or follow along with the story. I love how Silkie’s friends helped her learn something new and how Weckbacher adds pages at the end that teach new things about shapes with simple activities. I recommend it to small children who love animals and adventurous stories.