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Fun with Mathematics

by Sumita Bose

This book is not a workbook but a fun filled activity book. It contains puzzles, games, magic, amazing facts, and more, all based on mathematical concepts but presented in a play way manner. The author also presented tricks and shortcuts for easy calculations. Mathematics + Fun = Outstanding performance.

Reading age – 8 to 11 years.


My Party, Mi Fiesta!

by Raúl the Third (Author)

Reading Level: K − 1st Grade

Series: World of ¡Vamos!

Throwing a party is always fun, especially when it’s in both English and Spanish! In this new board book, young readers are introduced to Spanish vocabulary through all the fun of a party. Friends, cake, music–amigos, pastel, musica–join Coco Rocho and all his companions at this joyful fiesta!

Organizar una fiesta siempre es divertido, ¡especialmente cuando es en inglés y en español! En ​​este nuevo libro de cartón, los jóvenes lectores aprenden vocabulario en español a través de toda la diversión de una fiesta. Amigos, pastel, música–friends, cake, music–únete a Coco Rocho y todos sus compañeros en esta alegre fiesta!

My Brother Otto and the Birthday Party

by Megan Raby (Author) Elisa Pallmer (Illustrator)

Reading Level: K − 1st Grade

Series: My Brother Otto

This engaging picture book shows how two little crow siblings–one of them on the autism spectrum–deal with the different sensory experiences they encounter at a friend’s birthday party.

Piper and her little brother Otto, who is on the autism spectrum, are excited to attend a birthday party for their friend Ruthie. In kid-friendly language, Piper explains the accommodations Otto and Ruthie, who is also autistic, need in order to feel safe and secure in a stimulating new environment, such as wearing headphones to keep distracting noises muffled. The book provides explanations for Otto’s differences in easy-to-understand language and highlights that Otto desires fun, comfort, and love–just like his peers.

Luna’s Yum Yum Dim Sum (Storytelling Math)

by Natasha Yim (Author) Violet Kim (Illustrator)

Reading Level: K − 1st Grade

Series: Storytelling Math

Celebrate diversity, math and the power of storytelling!

On Luna’s birthday, the whole family goes out for dim sum–but Luna and her brothers can’t agree on how to share their pork buns fairly. How can three people divide up five buns? Should some siblings get more than others? Or should they cut the buns into smaller and smaller pieces so everyone gets the same amount? This book features a playful exploration of division and fractions, featuring Chinese American characters and a cultural note.

Storytelling Math celebrates children using math in their daily adventures as they play, build and discover the world around them. Joyful stories and hands-on activities make it easy for kids and their grown-ups to explore everyday math together. This book was developed in collaboration with math experts at STEM education nonprofit TERC under a grant from the Heising-Simons Foundation.

Esme’s Birthday Conga Line! (Esme!)

by Lourdes Heuer (Author) Marissa Valdez (Illustrator)

Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

Series: Esme!

Esme always has a plan. A funny and sweet illustrated chapter book about a problem-solving girl who has to manage her own birthday bash. This is a great choice for fans of Dory Fantasmagory.

Esme lives with her grandparents on the uppermost floor of the topmost building. It’s her birthday. Mimi and Pipo gave her a beautiful guitar. But they didn’t plan a birthday party.

Esme thinks this is the way with grandparents. They don’t know about parties or piñatas or birthday cake. No problem! Esme is great at problem-solving.

With the help of her cat, El Toro, and a LOT of help from her neighbors in the topmost best building, the irrepressible Esme gets the birthday party of her dreams.

Naming Ceremony

by Seina Wedlick (Author) Jenin Mohammed (Illustrator)

Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

A sweet sibling story all about making family traditions your own–perfect for fans of Alma and How She Got Her Name and Welcome to the Party

Today’s the day! It’s Baby Sister’s naming ceremony, and big sister Amira could not be more excited. She has the perfect name picked out . . . or, at least, she hopes it’s the perfect name.

One by one, friends and family arrive. As Amira greets them, she asks what name they have brought to give to Baby Sister. Each is more beautiful than the last–Shakira, Akahana, Uhwe. And each has its own special meaning–thankful, red flower, moonlight. Amira knows that Baby Sister will love these names. But will she love the name Amira has chosen? Is it special enough?

A story about rich traditions and the unique bond between sisters, Naming Ceremony celebrates multigenerational family and Black joy.

How Old is Mr. Tortoise?

by Dev Petty (Author) Ruth Chan (Illustrator)

Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

From the author of I Don’t Want to Be a Frog comes a hilarious new picture book that asks readers to solve one very important mystery.

It’s Mr. Tortoise’s birthday, and he can’t wait to eat cake with his friends. But there’s a hitch! Mr. Tortoise can’t remember how old he is, so his friends don’t know how many candles to put on the cake. And they won’t stop (or slice) until they figure out the mystery. Could Mr. Tortoise be as many years old as there are sections on his shell? He’s twice as big as the smaller tortoise . . . so is he twice as old? After the partygoers work through a variety of possibilities, they find their way to the answer with a simple bit of addition. With text from I Don’t Want to Be a Frog author Dev Petty and hilarious graphic novel-style illustrations from Ruth Chan, How Old Is Mr. Tortoise? will have readers guessing the answer from beginning to end.

300 Fun-tastic Facts to Celebrate (Weird But True)

by National Geographic (Author)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

Series: Weird But True!

Do you LOVE your birthday and never want it to end? Keep the party spirit pumping all year with this mind-boggling book!

Did you know that on each birthday, you are 31,536,000 seconds older than you were on your last birthday?

Or that the winner at the world birthday-cake-eating championship ate 14.5 pounds of cake in just under eight minutes?

How about that you likely share your birthday with about 20.8 million other people around the globe?

Unwrap 300 wacky facts and pictures showcasing the hilarious history, crazy coincidences, awesome astrological beliefs and surprising statistics behind birthdays. You’ll be blown away by the world’s craziest cakes, most elaborate decorations and most grandiose gifts to ever commemorate a year in the life.

Your Birthstone Book: Unearth the Secrets of Your Birthday Gem

by Sarah Glenn Marsh (Author) Hallye Webb (Illustrator)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

Learn the amazing (and sometimes magical) history of gemstones from around the world through the corresponding birthstones that represent each month of the year.

Gemstones are among Earth’s rarest and most beautiful creations. They are history’s preeminent symbols of wealth and power. They are valued because they are beautiful and rare, but also because their beauty is undiminished with time. The stone that once adorned a king or maharaja might today be set in a ring or necklace and, if not destroyed, will continue to sparkle thousands of years from now. This history only increases the value of these stones.

What better way to teach young readers about gemstones than by focusing on the different birthstones that correspond to each month of the year? Everyone (mostly) knows their birthstone. But do they know the full history of these stones–where they were mined, how/why they were popular or how to best harness a stone’s energy to help deal with matters of friendship, family and life? Your Birthstone Book will give readers insight into the powers assigned to different birthstones while exploring their fascinating uses over the course of history.

Hamra and the Jungle of Memories

by Hanna Alkaf (Author)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

Hamra and the Jungle of Memories is a Malaysian spin on Little Red Riding Hood from Hanna Alkaf, the critically acclaimed author of The Girl and the Ghost.

Courage is the strongest magic there is. On Hamra’s thirteenth birthday, she receives nothing but endless nagging and yet another errand to run in the Langkawi jungle that looms behind her home. No one has remembered her special day. And so, stifled and angry, Hamra ignores something she shouldn’t: the rules of the jungle. Always ask permission before you enter. Hamra walks boldly in. Never take what isn’t yours. Hamra finds the most perfect jambu and picks it. Of course, rules exist for a reason, and soon an enormous weretiger is stalking her dreams, demanding payment for her crimes–and Hamra embarks on a quest deep into the jungle to set things right.

Big Fun Kids Baking Book (Food Network Magazine’s Kids Cookbooks)

Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade

Series: Food Network Magazine’s Kids Cookbooks

The New York Times Best Seller! The ultimate kids’ cookbook for beginner bakers, from the editors of America’s #1 food magazine and bestselling authors of The Big, Fun Kids Cookbook. This collection is packed with tons of recipes for easy sweets and treats, designed with young cooks in mind and triple-tested by the chefs in Food Network Kitchen. Kids will get all the info they need to make their favorite desserts: muffins and quick breads, brownies and bars, cookies, cupcakes, sheet cakes and more. The recipes are simple to follow and totally foolproof, and each one comes with a color photo and pro tips to help junior chefs get started in the kitchen. Inside you’ll find: – 110+ delicious recipes – Fun food trivia – A visual recipe index with a photo of every recipe – Choose-your-own adventure recipes (such as design-your-own Whoopie Pies and Banana Bread) – Crowd-pleasers like Red Velvet Brownies, Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies, Mini PB & Chocolate Cupcakes, Chocolate Candy Bar Layer Cake and more! – Fun food crafts such as cookie puzzle pieces and DIY sprinkles – Amazing fake-out cakes including spaghetti and meatballs, a taco and a pineapple – Bonus food-themed activity pages with word scrambles, spot-the-difference photo games and more – Lay-flat binding and a heavy paper stock that will stand up to frequent use.