Spaghetti and Meatballs for All! a Mathematical Story

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PERFECTION LEARNING Corporation, 2008 - 40 trang
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Kids will exercise their early math skills with this bestselling picture book--now available in Scholastic Bookshelf!
Mr. and Mrs. Comfort are having a family reunion! Mr. Comfort starts cooking up his famous spaghetti and meatballs, while Mrs. Comfort carefully arranges eight tables and thirty-two chairs so that everyone will have a seat. The tables look lovely, the food is ready, and here come the guests--with their own seating plans!
This delightful Marilyn Burns Brainy Day Book uses wit and humor to draw children into thinking about area and perimeter.

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This book is about Mr. and Mrs. Comfort having a family reunion. They need to arrange the tables so that everyone in the family can have some of their delicious spaghetti and meatballs. This book ... Đọc toàn bộ bài đánh giá

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This book is about a couple who decided to have a family dinner at their house. Mrs. Comfort had made a seating chart so that everyone would have a place to sit at the table. When everyone arrived ... Đọc toàn bộ bài đánh giá

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Giới thiệu về tác giả (2008)

Author and math teacher Marilyn Burns is noted for her many books that instill an interest and enthusiasm for mathematics into her school-age readers. Her books use traditional and original literature to address mathematical concepts. In addition to her instructive children's books Marilyn is the author of many books for teachers. She has also written books for children about food, time, and Hanukkah. She says that her writing career began as a "fluke" when a friend asked her to write a book about math. This was the jumping off point for her literary career, during which she has written about a dozen books for children and the same number for teachers. She currently gives lectures and lessons in schools. Burns was born in 1941 and resides in Sausalito, CA.

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