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I am a professor of 18th-century British literature and a mom.

Fanny Harville follows:
  • The Forest Unseen: A Year's Watch in Nature by David George Haskell
  • Brunelleschi's Dome: How a Renaissance Genius Invented Architecture by Ross King
  • Outstanding Science Trade Books for Kids 2012
  • Inquiry In Action
  • The Multicultural Math Classroom - Bringing the World In
  • The Language of Mathematics - Making the Invisible Visible
  • Math Chapter Books
  • Strange Universe, the Weird and Wild Science of Everday Life - on Earth and Beyond
  • The Elements by Theodore Gray
  • Journey Through Genius- the Great Theorems of Mathematics
  • Jump Math
  • Math Puzzles
  • Playing With Math
  • Math Circles
  • Joy Hakim The Story of Science
  • Sir Cumference math books
  • The Mystery of the Periodic Table
  • Fizz Bubble and Flash
  • Usborne Science Experiments
  • Basher science books
  • Build Robots
  • Bedtime Math
  • The Boy Who Loved Math by Deborah Heligman (biography of Paul Erdos)
  • Edgar Allen Poe’s Pie by J. Patrick Lewis (math puzzle poems)
  • Mathematickles by Betsy Franco (simple math poems)
  • The Grapes of Math by Greg Tang (simple counting puzzles)
  • Math Curse by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith (goofy story with math puzzles)
  • Mystery Math by David Adler (algebra introduction)
  • That’s A Possibility by Bruce Goldstone (probability and statistics for elementary students)
  • Zero is the Leaves on the Tree by Betsy Franco (introduces concept of zero)
  • You Can Count on Monsters by Richard Evan Schwartz (incredibly creative book on factoring)
  • Mysterious Patterns: Finding Fractals in Nature. by Sarah Campbell
  • Art of Problem-Solving
sep 21 2010 ∞
nov 11 2014 +