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Math in History

Gerry Bailey, Saranne Taylor (author)

Publisher: BrambleKids Ltd ISBN: 9781913189648

Math is everywhere - in nature, in machines, in space and even in us! At first, it might not be obvious but this cross-curricular series leads young readers all around our mathematical world. Using a topic-based approach each title explores and explains how math can be found in almost everything we do.

Math

Angie Smibert (author)

Publisher: The Child's World ISBN: 9781503846289

Highlights fascinating facts about math, from the invention of zero to numbers too large to write out. Learn about the ancient Egyptian god that represents one million, the magic of the number 9, the infinite digits of pi, and more! Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, an index, and sources for further research.

Twenty-Dollar Bills

Maddie Spalding (author)

Publisher: The Child's World ISBN: 9781503820562

Introduces readers to the fundamental concepts of a twenty-dollar bill, highlights various security features, and explores its history. Additional features to aid comprehension include labeled diagrams, critical-thinking questions, fun facts, a map of where money is made, and a profile of Andrew Jackson, whose face marks the front of the twenty-dollar bill.

Buy It! History of Money

Debra J. Housel (author)

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials ISBN: 9781433380341

What did people use to buy things before money was invented? Where is money made? Find out in this inviting book that informs readers about coins, paper money, the Federal Reserve, exchange rates, and checking accounts. Featuring a timeline of money's history, detailed photos, stimulating facts, clear, informational text, and a glossary that will assist in improving vocabulary, readers will be stimulated from cover to cover.

T is for Time

Marie Smith, Roland Smith (authors), Rene Graef (illustrator)

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press ISBN: 9781633621299

T is for a Time Alphabet uses poetry and expository text to explore the concept of time, from explaining basic units of measurement to showcasing important scientific achievements. Topics include famous inventors (Albert Einstein and John Harrison) and important structures and landmarks (Kulkulkan Pyramid and Big Ben). Budding scientists will discover what world-famous stone structure is believed to be an early calendar, follow the voyages of explorer Ferdinand Magellan to better understand the International Date Line, and learn to tell time using the Zulu time system.

Structures and Buildings

Felicia Law & Gerry Bailey (author), Mike Philips (illustrator)

Publisher: BrambleKids Ltd ISBN: 9781910828533

Leo is a genius. His pet cat named Pallas is not! But together they come up with some brilliant inventions. Full of brainy ideas and way ahead of his (Stone Age time, Leo tackles inventions that will change the way people live and work for hundreds of years to come. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) forms an important focus of learning in schools worldwide.

Energy and Movement

Felicia Law & Gerry Bailey (author), Mike Philips (illustrator)

Publisher: BrambleKids Ltd ISBN: 9781910828519

Leo is a genius. His pet cat named Pallas is not! But together they come up with some brilliant inventions. Full of brainy ideas and way ahead of his (Stone Age time, Leo tackles inventions that will change the way people live and work for hundreds of years to come. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) forms an important focus of learning in schools worldwide.

Dinosaur Shapes

David West (author)

Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company ISBN: 9781427193230

Count the circles on Billy's bike as he tries to catch up to his pet Hypsilophodonts. Kids will enjoy looking for shapes in this entertaining book that puts kids and dinosaurs together in everyday situations.

Times Square: A New York Number Book

Ann E. Burg (author), Maureen K. Brookfield (illustrator)

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press ISBN: 9781627531368

A perfect companion to our "E is for Empire: A New York State Alphabet", "Times Square: A New York State Number Book" teaches children about numbers, using state landmarks, historical events, and famous faces; from finger lakes to the stitches on a baseball, readers of all ages will know the number they represent and their ties to New York. There are so many number questions to answer about New York State. Where do the two lions -- Patience and Fortitude -- reside? Can you name the six major Finger Lakes? Can you name the five boroughs of New York City? Ann E. Burg is the author of E is for Empire: A New York State Alphabet. She lives in Albany, New York. Maureen K. Brookfield has illustrated several books including E is for Empire: A New York State Alphabet. She lives in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

The History of Money

Linda Crotta Brennan (author), Rowan Barnes-Murphy (illustrator)

Publisher: The Child's World ISBN: 9781614733584

Introduces the history of money and discusses its development from items such as shells and furs to legal tender; features a glossary; and lists resources to explore the subject further.

Pythagoras and the Ratios

Julie Ellis (author), Phyllis Hornung Peacock (illustrator)

Publisher: Charlesbridge ISBN: 9781570917769

A Math Adventure! Julie Ellis and Phyllis Hornung Peacock team up once again to explore Pythagorean ratios in this humorous sequel to What's Your Angle, Pythagoras? Pythagoras and his cousins want to win a music contest, but first they must figure out how to play their instruments in tune, something that's never been done before. While trying to fix the problem, Pythagoras makes an important discovery--notes that sound pleasant together have a certain mathematical relationship. When Pythagoras applies this ratio to his cousins' pipes and lyres, the result is music to the ears. This book is good for your brain because: Mathematical problem solving, Ratios, Measuring, Musical Theory, History of Instruments