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Tag Archives: Children’s Books
Young kids love books like Goodnight Moon and parents love to read it to them. Does it matter whether the toddler thinks of the moon, the rhythms of the day, the rhythm of the words, the magic of transitions and … Continue reading →
Richard Evan Schwartz has written math books for a range of audiences: for university students, researchers, and several for children. His distinctive approach brings a touch of childlike freedom to his high-level research monographs, and mathematical depth to his whimsical … Continue reading →
In this post we ask: what makes a good math book for children? Is it more important that a child be left with knowledge that they can understand and retain, or a new awareness that keeps them thinking and wondering? … Continue reading →