Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Young Math Books Series

Young Math Book Series

This series was first published in the 1970s and 1980s and all of the books are now out of print - for a reason that eludes me, since all these books are an excellent introduction to various aspects of mathematics!

They are so fun and engaging and thus sure to arouse an interest in the subject!

They are also highly sought after and increasingly hard to find!

Out of the over 40 books in this series, the small selection pictured here includes:

~ How Little and How Much: A Book About Scales; Franklyn M. Branley
~ Exploring Triangles: Paper-Folding Geometry; Jo Phillips
~ Probability; Charles F. Linn
~ 666 Jellybeans! All That? An Introduction to Algebra; Malcolm E. Weiss
~ Shadow Geometry; Daphne Harwood Trivett
~ Number Ideas Through Pictures; Mannis Charosh
~ Fractions Are Part of Things; J. Richard Dennis
~ Building Tables on Tables: A Book About Multiplication; John V. Trivett
~ Bigger and Smaller; Robert Froman
~ Less Than Nothing is Really Something; Robert Froman
~ Yes, No, Stop, Go: Some Patterns in Mathematical Logic; Judith L. Gersting

More books of this series in our library:

~ 3D, 2D, 1D; David Adler
~ Base Five; David Adler
~ Roman Numerals; David Adler
~ Ellipse; Mannis Charosh
~ Straight Lines, Parallel Lines, Perpendicular Lines, Mannis Charosh
~ Angles Are Easy As Pie; Robert Froman
~ Game of Functions; Robert Froman
~ Greatest Guessing Game: A Book about Dividing; Robert Froman
~ Rubber Bands, Baseballs and Doughnuts: A book About Topology; Robert Froman
~ Maps, Tracks, and the Bridges of Konigsberg: A Book About Networks; Michael Holt
~ Estimation; Charles F. Linn
~ Right Angles: Paper-Folding Geometry; Jo Phillips
~ Circles; Mindel & Harry Sitomer
~ Lines, Segments, Polygons; Mindel & Harry Sitomer
~ What Is Symmetry? Mindel & Harry Sitomer
~ Area; Jane Srivastava
~ Averages; Jane Srivastava
~ Solomon Grundy, Born On One Day: A Finite Arithmetic Puzzle; Malcolm Weiss

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