Basher Basics: Math: A Book You Can Count On

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Macmillan, Dec 7, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Meet Zero, a bubbly fellow who will dissolve you to nothing, and say hello to the all-action Units, who just love to measure. Get a load of greedy Multiply, a big guy who hoards numbers together, and stand amazed by mysterious Pi, who goes on and on and on . . . to Infinity!

Multiply your number know-how with Basher's unique one-stop guide to the building blocks of mathematics. Packed with top tips and memorable characters, this is an essential book for students ages 8 and up.

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User Review  - slbenne1 - LibraryThing

This book would be a great resource for all grade levels. The author personifies each math aspect, and creates clever phrases that a student can remember easily. Each page is accompanied by memorable pictures that students of all ages would enjoy. Read full review

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User Review  - ktnguyen - LibraryThing

Similar to the other Basher Basics math books, this one is an introductory guide to the fundamentals of mathematics. The book would be appropriate for elementary students (3rd-5th grades). Although ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Simon Basher is the creator and illustrator of The Periodic Table, Physics, Biology, and Astronomy. His characters bridge the gap between edgy Manga and the cuteness of Hello, Kitty!

Dan Green studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University. Since graduating, he has written and edited many popular science titles and humorous books, become the editor of a South American national newspaper, worked as a travel writer, as well as developing and editing the wildly successful Horrible Science magazine collection. He is the "voice" of Basher's bestselling science-made-easy books, and to date has written nine titles in the series.

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