Frank Lloyd Wright loved the Wisconsin prairie where he was born, and as his family moved across the United States, young Frank found his own home in shapes: rectangles, triangles, half-moons, and circles. When he returned to his beloved prairie, Frank pursued a career in architecture, as he didn't think the Victorian-era homes found there fit the prairie landscape. Prairie Boy: Frank Lloyd Wright Turns the Heartland into a Home shows young readers how he used his knowledge and love of shapes to create houses more organic to the land.
Dimensions: 9.75" x 0.37" x 12"
Publisher: Calkins Creek