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Maths: A Book You Can Count On!

by Dan Green (author) and Simon Basher (illustrator)

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Product description

Urban artist Simon Basher gives maths a manga makeover in a cool and quirky book of number personalities! After making science the hottest discipline in town with their unique take on physics, chemistry and biology, Basher and his writer sidekick Dan Green get stuck into maths, using character profiles and cute, edgy manga illustrations to make those pesky numbers and operations memorable! Meet bubbly Zero, who can dissolve you into nothing, and some all-action Units, who just love to measure! There’s greedy-guts Multiply, a great big hoarder – and mysterious Pi, who goes on and on and on… all the way to Infinity! Full of practical advice to help every child unravel the rules and regulations of mathematics, this is maths made to entertain, packed with countless hours of fun!

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780753419656

Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd

Date published

July 19th, 2010

Other details

  • 64 pages

Condition

New

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  1. natashakrywald
    on 7 March 2013

    a bit easy but good