This survey of topics in Non-Euclidean Geometry is chock-full of colorful diagrams sure to delight mathematically inclined babies. Non-Euclidean Geometry for Babies is intended to introduce babies to the basics of Euclid's Geometry, and supposes that the so-called "Parallel Postulate" might not be true.
Mathematician Fred Carlson believes that it's never too early to introduce children, and even babies, to the basic concepts of advanced mathematics. He is sure that after reading this book, the first in his Mathematics for Babies series, you will agree with him!
This is one of two versions of this title. The interior of both books is identical, but the cover design on this one is done in Baby Blue, perfect for babies who prefer the color blue instead of pink.
The Pretty Pink version can be found here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1480203246
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