Item description for Brown Paper School book: I Hate Mathematics! (Brown Paper School Books) by Linda Allison, Marilyn Burns & David Weitzman...
Overview Provides encouraging directions for a hodgepodge of games, pastimes, activities, puzzles, riddles, readings, and dares that involve interesting instruction in the various areas, levels, and methods of mathematics
Publishers Description Events, gags, magic tricks, and experiments to change one from a mathematical weakling into a mathematical heavyweight.
Citations And Professional Reviews Brown Paper School book: I Hate Mathematics! (Brown Paper School Books) by Linda Allison, Marilyn Burns & David Weitzman has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2006 page 189
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/1991 page 151
Wilson Middle/Junior Hi Catalo - 01/01/1995 page 133
Wilson Children's Catalog 96 - 01/01/1996 page 160
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Studio: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 7.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jul 30, 1975
Publisher Little, Brown Young Readers
ISBN 0316117412 ISBN13 9780316117418 UPC 719122013958
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 05:04.
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More About Linda Allison, Marilyn Burns & David Weitzman
Marilyn Burns is one of today's most highly respected mathematics educators and is the founder of Math Solutions. She received the Louise Hay Award for Contributions to Mathematics Education, and in collaboration with Scholastic, she developed "Do the Math" TM, a program for elementary students. David Weitzman is an author and illustrator of numerous books for children, including Skywalkers, Pharoah's Boat, and A Subway for New York.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Brown Paper School book: I Hate Mathematics! (Brown Paper School Books)?
Not too syked Nov 1, 2007
I was not very syked when I got this book. After reading so much about it I thought it would be a good buy for my daughter who I have trouble getting to enjoy or even be interested in doing well in math. It is written to the student, which I thought was odd. And is aimed at a higher age group than she is (7 yrs). I just don't have time to read so much about it and play the little games etc. Very disappointed.
Zany and fun Aug 29, 2007
I, like some other reviewer, got this book around 15 years ago - a Scholastic Book Club purchase. I didn't hate math at the time (certainly don't now!), but the title was intriguing. The book was a lot of fun! I love the illustrations and the fact that most of the text is in that handwriting font style (I think). It's very informal and makes fun of adults. There ae all these funny, crazy pages with topics such as how to get close to a pigeon or how many popcorn kernels it takes to fill up a room or your mouth (or something). There are also several games - ideas for tutors, teacher, parents... Topics don't get drawn out so long that a kid can't pay attention, and you can learn about stuff you wouldn't normally talk about in adding and subtracting class. Basically, you can learn math and logic in a nice, fun, comfortable manner. I hope this book is still at my parent's house.
No go Mar 24, 2007
My 9 year old son did not like this book. He said, "you got me a book that says I hate Match, but then the author says that math is great. That makes no sense, Mom!" He's tried to pick it up a couple of times, but it has not sparked his interest.
Great book! Sep 18, 2005
I have a daughter that literally HATES math. From the moment I told her of this book, she's been intrigued. She's read the book and says it makes math more interesting. I'm very happy with my purchase.
AWESOME!!! Aug 17, 2005
This is an awesome book. I especially like the part that sets out to prove that grownups aren't as smart as they think they are. (Definitly true!) I think this book would be good for ages 9+. 8-year olds could do it but might need some help. I'm 10 and I was fine with it. Definitly worth it.