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Art is for everyone - even a bored little girl.
Going to the Art Museum with her mom is no fun at all for Anna. Everything is old and boring and there are so many rules: Don't touch! Do not enter! Quiet!...
Kirkus Reviewers grant a star along with praise for humour and diverse characters - granting a final verdict of
"clever and endearing"!
An Ontario Library Association Best Bets (Top Ten) Book!
An Eric Hoffer Book Award, The Da Vinci Eye finalist.
Booklist Review - "Lively and expressive ... it's the visual interplay between illustrated characters and museum art that makes this such an engaging, enjoyable picture book."
Authored by Hazel Hutchins and Gail Herbert
Published by Annick Press
The Great Number Rumble
“Just the cure for standardized tests. Use in math lessons to get kids energized.”
—School Library Journal, October 2016
“… a gold mine for places in our lives in which mathematical ideas are ‘surprisingly hidden.’”
Winner of the Science Writing Award, American Institute of Physics
-Science in Society Book Award finalist
Discover the many places where mathematical ideas are surprisingly hidden. Math can show up in the most unlikely places! Artist Lil Crump brings the pages to life with her lively cartoons, while photographs illustrate key concepts. The dynamic layout invites even math-phobic readers to dive in. Written for 9-12 year olds, this book uses photographs, illustrations, sidebars, biographies of mathematicians, and DIY activities to highlight the surprising ways math is integral to our lives.
2016 - Annick Press
2015 - Annick Press
From genetically-engineered pets to a dating app that helps Icelanders avoid marrying their cousins, the world of DNA will surprise and delight you. Full-color photographs complement the text, while Lil Crump’s lively illustrations keep readers entertained.