Math Man by Teri Daniels

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Count on plenty of laughs in this antic adventure, bursting with real-life math problems and zany pictures. When Marnie's class visits the Mighty Mart, they find that the store is hopping with vexing math problems. Fortunately, Math Man (also known as Garth, the stock boy) has plenty of solutions. No room for a whole watermelon in your fridge? Try quarter slices. Can't feed five children with four snack cakes? Buy the easy-to-divide family ten pack.

But Math Man's skills are really put to the test when all the cash registers go kaput. Thank heavens he can add the contents of sixty baskets in his head!


About Teri Daniels

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Daniels's articles, essays, and poems for adults and young readers have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. Timothy Bush made his Clarion picture-book debut as the illustrator of CHRISTMAS CRICKET by Eve Bunting. Mr. Bush lives in New York City.
Published October 1, 2001 by Orchard. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Math Man might be a barrel of fun, but he’s not going to be teaching readers much math.

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