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Many children have a natural affinity for and love of math, and the right materials can go a long way toward nurturing that love into a happy lifetime relationship. However, children can turn away from math when the texts and drill-and-practice worksheets become so boring that they choose to pursue other, more stimulating interests. Our objective is to provide materials with the emotional spark that will tempt children to pursue mathematical interests beyond the narrow confines of ordinary curricula.
Math Books for Elementary-Age and Middle-Grade Children
Mathematical Nights: Math Fiction
This series cleverly weaves math problems into three novels about a seventh-grade girl who finds herself tasked with answering mathematically-based questions for a group of paranormal creatures.
Night of the Paranormal Patterns Dyslexia-Friendly Books
The first Mathematical Nights novel is also available as a set of dyslexia-friendly books that incorporate several special features to make them accessible to children with reading difficulties.
Mathematical Lives: Biographies of Mathematicians
This is an outstanding series designed to introduce children to the people who developed math and show how they shaped the solutions that we take for granted today.