This simple, charming book will have children counting, moving, and learning! Quirky characters Ink, Wink, and Blink shake their heads, touch the ground, stand up, sit down, and jump all around. Kids everywhere will want to join the fun.

Count on big entertainment as kids discover dozens of ways to reach the number twelve—from six apple pies plus six peach pies to half a dozen acrobats with twelve legs in the air.

Buzzy and his friends are learning what it means to have one, some, many, or lots and lots—an important first math experience.

When Milo the cat loses his favorite ball of yarn, Mouse offers to help him find it. But Mouse does not seem to understand that a ball is round like a circle--or maybe he is just not letting on? Just as Milo fears that his ball/circle is forever lost, the sneaky mouse rolls it out for him to discover.

Don't count your chickens ... but do count your eggs, fish, and elephants! Distinctive Flensted Mobiles are featured in this innovative counting book. Young readers can count from one to ten and back again, by twos or threes, and can even find solutions to simple word problems.

Max and Sarah Build a Snowman teaches numbers and counting within the context of the familiar hide-and-seek game.

From one to ten, counting is featured in this swimmy, finny underwater concept book. With opposites (short/long), descriptions (yellow/blue), action words (swim/dive), and rhyme, a lot of language arts fill this lively lake.

Math is everywhere – even at the library! Libraries are filled with books, computers, people, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find hidden shapes, books to sort, shelves to measure, and more. Math at the Library will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!

Math is everywhere – even at the market! Markets are filled with vegetables, fruits, breads, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will take young readers on a stroll through the grocery store to find the math hiding on the shelves and down the aisles. Math at the Market will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!

Math is everywhere – even at the park! Pump your legs on a swing. Zip down a slide. The park is filled with fun...and math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find shapes in playground equipment, compare heights with friends, and create equations with dogs on a walk. Math at the Park will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!

Math is everywhere – even in the city! The city is a busy place. It's filled with cars, buildings, crowds, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers notice taller and shorter buildings, tell time with train arrivals, find shapes in homes and streets, and more, Math in the City will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!

Math is everywhere – even in the forest! So let's go take a hike, but keep your eyes open. You may see birds, trees, bears, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find animals to count, pine cones to sort, trees to compare, and more. Math in the Forest will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path!

Math is everywhere – even on a farm! Step into your boots and take a look around. Farms are filled with animals, fields, tractors, and... math! This 24-page photo-filled book will help young readers find animals to sort and count, farmers to compare heights, hay bales with different shapes to identify, and more. Math on the Farm will get young readers to notice what other math is hiding on their path

The half-time show is just beginningbut what happened before that to get the Super Bowl on the field? The Economics of the Super Bowl takes a fascinating look at the production process and financing of the Super Bowl. Various links in the economic chain include ticket sales, television broadcasting rights, advertising revenue, and contracting with performers for the half-time show, as well as for laborers to set up the stage and sound.

Mimi is on a field trip to a farm. There are so many animals. Young readers help Mimi discover patterns as she encounters all the animals on the farm.

Triangles, circles, squares. To most of us, these are just simple shapes. But in the imaginations of Lulu and Max these shapes found in a box take on exciting new meanings. What will you see?

Gigi is planning a Gigi and the Three Bears theme party. With nine friends coming, help Gigi count what she needs from 0 to 10.

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.

Who took the cookies? Be a math detective along with the kids at Lincoln Elementary in this pick-your-own-path mystery. Be a detective and use your addition, subtraction, and skip counting skills to solve the case. Things keep going missing at Lincoln Elementary. And the student detectives there love solving mysteries! Can you help find the missing cookies? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.

Workers discover a time capsule at Lincoln Elementary, but it’s locked! What could be inside? Whoever made it left a trail of geometry clues based on shapes. Be a math detective along with the kids at Lincoln Elementary and help solve this pick-your-own-path mystery. At Lincoln Elementary, the student detectives love solving mysteries! Can you help them solve the clues to open the time capsule? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.

Oh no! Lucky, the class pet, has escaped! Where did he go? Be a math detective along with the kids at Lincoln Elementary in this pick-your-own-path mystery. Use math and measurement skills to figure out where Lucky could be hiding. Things keep going missing at Lincoln Elementary. And the student detectives there love solving mysteries! Can you help find the missing class pet? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.

In this pick-your-own-path mystery, four kids at Lincoln Elementary are invited to complete a math challenge at the school carnival. But who set up the clues? And why? Be a detective and use your money math skills to solve the case. At Lincoln Elementary, the student detectives love solving mysteries! Can you help solve the carnival clues? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.

Mrs. Hall’s desk is overflowing with new pencils! But why are there so many? Be a math detective along with the kids at Lincoln Elementary and help solve this pick-your-own-path mystery. Use your math skills and knowledge of place value to solve the case. At Lincoln Elementary, the student detectives love solving mysteries! Can you help them solve the pencil problem? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.

When items go missing from the school store at Lincoln Elementary, the kids check their data to solve the case! Be a math detective along with the kids at Lincoln Elementary and help solve this pick-your-own-path mystery. Use data, graphing, and math skills to find the culprit. Things keep going missing at Lincoln Elementary. And the student detectives there love solving mysteries! Can you help find school store thief? Choose the right answer, and advance to the next clue. Choose the wrong answer, and clear text and visuals explain the math and encourage you, the reader, to try again.

Look! How many animals do you see? The Counting Animal series uses exciting and familiar animals to support early readers quest to count. The simple text makes it easy for children to engage in reading, and uses the Whole Language approach to literacy, a combination of sight words and repetition that builds recognition and confidence. Bold, colorful photographs correlate directly to the text to help guide readers through the book.