Mighty Math Books
In this combination counting book and spirited tribute to classical music, the clever, rhythmic verse echoes the sounds that the various instruments in the orchestra create, from the mournful trombone to the swinging trumpet to the sharp violin.
Long ago in India, there lived a raja who believed that he was wise and fair. But every year he kept nearly all the people's rice for himself. Then a village girl named Rani devises a clever plan, using the surprising power of doubling to win more than one billion grains of rice from the raja.
This colorfully illustrated collection of brain-teasing riddles challenges even the best math student. Among other adventurous activities, the reader is asked to measure a horse, compute miles flown by a polka-dotted bird, and subtract cats' lives from inches in a yardstick.
Did you know that a frog can jump 20 times its body length? Or that an ant can lift an object 50 times its own weight? By applying these ratios and proportions to their own bodies, readers will discover what they could do if they had the amazing abilities of animals.
Marvelosissimo the Mathematical Magician and a group of children and animals perform a wide range of jobs, ranging from feeding fish to transplanting trees. When the workers get paid for their jobs, Marvelosissimo helps them count the money, and takes them to the bank where he explains the basics of banking.
In this funny Level 3 Hello Math Reader!, two siblings figure out how to measure and multiply to make a delicious soup. Meanwhile, their younger brother is adding his own outrageous ingredients!