Panda Math: Learning About Subtraction from Hua Mei and Mei Sheng

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Macmillan, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Learn about subtraction with the San Diego Zoo’s famous baby pandas

Hua Mei was the first giant panda cub born in the United States that survived more than a few days. She was born at the San Diego Zoo, and four years later her mother had another baby, Mei Sheng. Hua Mei and her brother, Mei Sheng, spend their days climbing on logs, lounging in trees, and eating bamboo.

A lot of things the pandas do can be thought of in terms of subtraction. Young readers follow the famous cubs as they grow from tiny infants to big, bouncing pandas and learn about subtraction along the way.

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User Review  - mferaci - LibraryThing

Panda Math tells the story of two panda bears and their mother from the San Diego zoo. On the right page, the book gives facts about pandas and tells about Mei Sheng as she grows in the zoo. On the ... Read full review

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User Review  - JosephMacAdam - LibraryThing

I have never read a book that was organized in the same way as this book. You are able to read the entire book without ever reading the left pages. However, if you want to learn about subtraction ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Ann Whitehead Nagda is the author of several books about wildlife and math. She lives with her family in Boulder, Colorado.

TheSan Diego Zoo is recognized as one of the world’s premier animal parks. The zoo’s efforts help protect the survival of animals in captivity and those in the wild through research and education.

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