The Great Graph Contest

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Holiday House, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
45 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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Personal Reaction: -While reading "The Great Graph Contest," I enjoyed seeing a different type of layout in a book. There are multiple animals and word bubbles to show their conversations about graphs ... Read full review

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Personal Reaction: -While reading "The Great Graph Contest," I enjoyed seeing a different type of layout in a book. There are multiple animals and word bubbles to show their conversations about graphs ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Loren Leedy is a children's author and illustrator. She was born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1959, and majored in art in college. She began making clay jewelry and chess sets out of whimsical animals, and eventually turned them into book characters. Her first published work was A Number of Dragons, in 1985. She has written and illustrated nearly 40 books since then. Her titles include: Missing Math: a Number Mystery, My Teacher is a Dinosaur, Seeing Symmetry, The Shocking Truth about Energy, Crazy Like a Fox: a Simile Story, Fraction Action, Blast off to Earth, and Postcards from Pluto.

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