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Carolrhoda Books, Aug 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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A Question of Math uses a recurring cast of young, multiethnic characters along with a mathematical creature called Digit to introduce young readers to fundamental math concepts -- including subtraction, division, multiplication, addition, counting, and measuring -- that they can find at school, play, and home. With a clear, straightforward question-and-answer text, lively illustrations, and simple problems (with answers) for readers to try, the A Question of Math books provide an accessible and entertaining introduction to math.

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This is a cute book on the concept of measuring, by Sheila Cato. She writes a number of children’s book that helps to teach children about math including addition, subtraction, division and ... Read full review


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