1. How does a set of pentominoes work?
Pentominoes is a set of twelve geometric shapes are used to create rectangles and to study the world in a geometric way.
2. To what does the author compare pentominoes?
The author compares the story she has written to pentominoes.
3. How are clues related to the story?
In the story, many clues are given, and by the end of the book the clues will lead to some sort of understanding, much like when puzzle pieces are all put together, they solve the puzzle.
4. What does the author challenge the reader to do concerning the artwork and why?
The author challenges the reader to look closely at the artwork in this book as it gives clues related to the story.
5. Where can the reader find the answers to the clues given in the art work?
The illustrator has given the answers to these clues in the artwork on a website, which the reader can access.
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