Mathamagical- by Colin Davies

 

I am going to be honest, I haven’t read this yet but I have a friend who knows the author. He says this book deserves some much needed recognition. Do me a favor and check it out.  I have every intention of reading it. It is on my list. 🙂

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Product Description

Why would Pi stop Dye Ameter walking more than three times round the table? And why would Mr Ameter do what Pi told him? Ben Small is good at English but rubbish at Mathematics. Branded a cheat by the headmaster of Cottomwall Grammar School because of the inconsistencies in his test results Ben feels he has no choice but to run away. Due to the storm he beds down for the night in the science lab of his school where, quite by chance, he meets a talking snake called Adder. Hearing Ben’s story Adder asks Ben to come with him to MATHAMAGICAL, the city of Maths to help them solve an English problem and stop a war with the Advancing Alphas. Join Ben and Adder as they journey across the mathematical landscapes in their quest to save the numbers.

This charming yet informative children’s novel can be read to children as young as 5 and read by all ages. Influenced by Alice in Wonderland and the works of Roald Dahl, the story follows a young boy and a talking snake travelling from this world to one filled with imagination. Being the world is populated by numbers and mathematical symbols the rules to which they live teaches Ben, the boy and the reader, about basic mathematics ideas without having to do a single sum.

The perfect bedtime story to be enjoyed by the reader and the listener,

Originally published in limited print by Ivory Moon 2006

Synopsis

Why would Pi stop Dye Ameter walking more than three times round the table? And why would Mr Ameter do what Pi told him?* Ben Small is good at English but rubbish at Mathematics. Branded a cheat by the headmaster of Cottomwall Grammar School because of the inconsistencies in his test results Ben feels he has no choice but to run away. Due to the storm he beds down for the night in the science lab of his school where, quite by chance, he meets a talking snake called Adder. Hearing Ben’s story Adder asks Ben to come with him to MATHAMAGICAL, the city of Maths to help them solve an English problem and stop a war with the Advancing Alphas. Join Ben and Adder as they journey across the mathematical landscapes in their quest to save the numbers.

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