Little Square is playing with his friends, the Little Circles. It’s time to go into the house, but Little Square
can’t get in! There’s a problem: Will he be able to solve it? Will his friends help him?
An interactive adaptation of Jerôme Ruillier’s story: “Four Little Corners”. The narration, comprised of simple and short phrases, makes it an ideal book for young readers who are just starting to read for themselves.
Simple shapes are used to express values such as friendship, participation, comradeship, equality and social integration.
The main character is a small square, Little Square, whose friends are all small circles, the Little Circles. They all play together, but when it is time to go into the house, Little Square cannot go in with his friends because the door is round. They all try to solve the problem, but will they succeed? Will Little Square’s friends help him?
- Touch the screen to see the characters having fun and interacting.
- Learn about colours and simple shapes.
- Original soundtrack
- A book that encourages readers to learn about values in a fun and educational way.