Qwill the Quadrilateral and the Time Machine
This was a project from Geometry class. Hmm, I think that was 9th grade. Maybe 10th. I don't remember. The idea was to write a children's book about geometry. This book explains the difference between squares and parallelograms, and at the end also tells what a hexagon is.
Unfortunately, because of computer crashes, servers deleting things without notice, and the fact that schools treat any work that requires actual effort and creativity like pencil shavings, only scattered pages of this book remain. This is unfortunate because I recall a very Beatlish bit of dialogue being written for John. Oh well.
Qwill the Quadrilateral, Terry the Triangle, and Cecil the Circle, have just been transported to the sixties when they messed with a time machine they found. They meet a hippie dog.
The hippie dog is not helpful.
The shapes ask John Lennon for directions.
John tells them Qwill is a parallelogram.
John explains the difference between a square and a parallelogram.
The shapes get a second opinion from Paul McCartney.
Paul's explanation of the difference between a square and a parallelogram, part 1.
Paul talks about congruent sides.
Terry has difficulty with the congruent sides.
Paul talks about angles.
The shapes ask if Paul has seen the time machine.
The shapes call George Harrison on the phone.
George gives the shapes directions.
The shapes meet Broxholm the dog.
Broxholm gives the shapes directions.
The shapes discuss time travel with a cat.
The dog from A Hard Day's Night tells the shapes what a hexagon is.
The shapes meet Ringo.
Ringo refers the shapes to Don't the dalmatian.
Don't says that parallelograms are cool.
Don't leads the shapes to the time machine, after which they return to their own decade.