Galaxy Getaway

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Kingfisher, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Even aliens need arithmetic! In this deligthful new series, fun stories link math problems to make an exciting puzzle-based adventure. The quirky artwork and appealing characters will attract children intimidated by traditional arithmetic materials, while entertaining those in search of fun ways to exercise their developing math skills and improve their grasp of mathematical concepts. An answers section in the back of each book explains the math used to solve the puzzles.

In Galaxy Getaway, Zeno celebrates getting his space license by planning a trip to a neighboring galaxy. Before he can get there, however, he must deal with exploding space bubbles, a spaceship stowaway, and plenty of brainteasing math puzzles. So much for a relaxing vacation!

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Julie Ferris is a member of Kingfisher's editorial team.

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