Ellis, J. (2004).
What’s your angle, Pythagoras: A math adventure.
Watertown, MA:Charlesbridge.In ancient Greece, young Pythagoras discovers a special number pattern (the PythagoreanTheorem) and uses it to solve problems involving the right triangle.Maccarone, G. (1997).
Three pigs, one wolf, and seven magic shapes.
New York, NY:Scholastic Inc.Tells the story of three pigs who acquire some magic shapes, which they use for various purposes, some smart and some not so smart. Includes a section with related activities. Neuschwander, C. (1997).
Sir Cumference and the first round table: A math adventure.
Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge.Assisted by his knight, Sir Cumference and using ideas offered by the knight’s wife and sonKing Arthur finds the perfect shape for his table. Neuschwander, C. (1999).
Sir Cumference and the dragon of Pi: A math adventure.
Watertown,MA: Charlesbridge.When Sir Cumference drinks a potion that turns him into a dragon, his son Radius searches for the magic number known as Pi, which will restore him to his former shape. Neushwander, C. (2001).
Sir Cumference and the great knight of Angeland: A math adventure.
Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge.To earn his knighthood, Radius must find and rescue a missing king. His father, Sir Cumference,and his mother, Lady Di of Ameter, give him a circular medallion (protractor) that he uses tofind his way through a maze of many angles. Neuschwander, C. (2003).
Sir Cumference and the sword in the cone: A math adventure.
Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge.Sir Cumference, Radius, and Sir Vertex search for Edgecalibur, the sword that King Arthur hashidden in geometric shape.
Schnitzlein, D. (2007)
The monster who did my math.
Atlanta, GA: Peachtree.When a monster offers to help a boy who is afraid of numbers by doing his math homework, the boy eagerly signs a contract and aggress to pay later, but the first time he is asked to solve a problem in class and cannot, he realizes he has gotten no bargain.Scieszka, J. (1995).
New York, NY: Penguin.