Marvellous Maths

Publisher: Templar Publishing

Review

Thinks Maths is boring? Think again! This attractive, large-format interactive book explains topics such as geometry, probability, transformations and statistics, making numbers fun and exciting.

The brightly-coloured illustrations, busy page spreads and wealth of pop-ups, spinners and flaps will help to engage young readers' attention. Humorous, easy-to-read text and real-life examples help to ensure the book will be accessible to those less confident with the topic, but there's enough content and detail here to engage enthusiastic young mathematicians too, including investigations you can try out for yourself.

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