DC Public Library System
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Arithmetic
Contemporary's number power, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, Jerry Howett
Breakthrough to math, level 4, edited by Ann K.U. Tussing
Coincidences, chaos, and all that math jazz, making light of weighty ideas, Edward B. Burger & Michael Starbird ; original art by Alan Witschonke
Subtraction in action, Adrianna Morganelli
Smart George, Jules Feiffer
Blue's clues, Nick Jr. Productions ; Nickelodeon
This plus that, life's little equations, Amy + Krouse + Rosenthal = writer ; Jen + Corace = artist
Breakthrough to math, level 2, edited by Ann K.U. Tussing ; curriculum developers: Barbara Banks, Loretta Pullano
More or less, content consultant, Bettina Takacs ; design by Keith Plechaty
Sé contar, Bobbie Kalman
Breakthrough to math, level 1, edited by Ann K.U. Tussing ; curriculum developers: Barbara Banks, Loretta Pullano
Breakthrough to math, level 2, edited by Ann K.U. Tussing ; curriculum developers: Barbara Banks, Loretta Pullano
Breakthrough to math, level 3, edited by Ann K.U. Tussing
Mathematics, Susan Echaore-Yoon ; project editor, Kathy Osmus
Pre-algebra essentials, by Mark Zegarelli with Krista Fanning
Speed math, by Gaurav Tekriwal
Arithme-tickle, an even number of odd riddle-rhymes, by J. Patrick Lewis
School days, Shelley Rotner & Sheila M. Kelly ; photographs by Shelley Rotner
Finding Fibonacci, the quest to rediscover the forgotten mathematical genius who changed the world, Keith Devlin