The Great Graph Contest

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Holiday House, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
26 Reviews
Introduces young readers to pie charts, Venn diagrams, bar graphs, and more as two friends, a lizard and a frog, go through the process of figuring out simple equations, in an illustrated math guide from the author of Subtraction Action.

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User Review  - Erin Lorimer - Goodreads

This is a very informative book that helps engage kids through the animals conversing with each other about graphs and polls! It is designed in a playful manner and the illustrations are inviting and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lindsay - Goodreads

Overall, this book about charts and graphs is very busy and a challenge to read. However, the information about graphing is good and the end of the book tells students more about each graph, as well as how to make their own. Good for a specific audience. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Loreen Leedy's inventive picture books have made her a recognized name in nonfiction. She is the author of numerous math titles including, "Subtraction Action", "Mission: Addition", and "Fraction Action". Her collaboration with Pat Street, "There's a Frog in My Throat!", "440 Animals Sayings a Little Bird Told Me", was in ALA Notable Children's Book and a "Booklist" Editor's Choice. She lives in Florida. Her website is www.loreenleedy.com.

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