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Joanna Rudge Long…tour de force of paper engineering …Unlike its popular predecessors, One Red Dot (2004) and Blue 2 (2006), where readers also look for dots in different settings, it's not intended for those just learning to count. Nor is it appropriate for children without the dexterity to treat it kindly. Its pleasures aren't narrative but visual, and enhanced by an appreciation for the abstract.
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