# Math Books : love story of line and dot

## Math Books

From the very early edge of learning math
everyone wants to have a good resource which should be friendly, which should be easy to understand and let readers to involve in the content.
Since Math is considered to be a dry subject so, most of us wants to study math with the best manner and with fun too.
Mostly we try to have some math resource which let us to think beyond the text books, chalk and boards and guids. And by stucking in solving problems of our traditional math resources we have avoided the beauty of math subject unknowingly.
So, here in this post I’m going to point out a book which has resolved the problem of thousands of peoples and continuously doing the same and has given a wider area to learn geometrical math with a whole new concept.
The book is:
The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics
The books is based upon a love story of a line and a point or dot with some of the geometrical polyhedrons. For lower grades and early learner this book have proven one of the best resource.
Description:
Once upon a time there was a sensible straight line who was hopelessly in love with a beautiful dot. But the dot, though perfect in every way, only had eyes for a wild and unkempt squiggle.
After some days line has discovered angles! Now, with newfound self-expression, he can be in any shape like what he wants to be -a square, a triangle, a parallelogram….And that’s just the beginning!
It’s a very clever written story with a twist that reveals truth about relationships. You’ll be amazed how this story going through your mind and unknowingly you will be gone through various mathematical concepts.
Year of Publishing :
This  was published very first in 1963 and later made into an Academy Award-winning animated short film.
Recently, this book is came into the picture on December 1, 2000.
And it is also claimed to have 70 k+ copies been sold out till date.
Review :
A very creative idea to explain the concepts of various mathematical shapes with a interesting romantic story of line and dot.
Author :
Norton Juster