Fun Mathematical Journey in Palo Alto!
Divide Your Way Through an Adventure!
Are you looking for a long journey filled with canyons, whirlwinds, and hot air balloons? The Great Divide by Dayle Ann Dodds is a “mathematical marathon” in which you can practice your division skills, while simultaneously enjoying an action-filled adventure! You get to go on an exquisite adventure without even leaving Palo Alto! In this unique story, eighty initial adventurers begin a great journey in a land dotted with lots of perilous hazards. Before long, you’ll find yourself immersed in the rich, delightful pictures, eager to find out how the race ends and who completes it! While reading this colorful picture book, be sure to predict how the eighty travelers are affected by each event, and try the math in your head beforehand. Along with the fast-paced plotline and the pleasant rhyme schemes throughout the story, you won’t feel bored at all! This light reading is quick and easy to understand, and is perfect mental math practice. Pick up this book at your local Menlo Park, Palo Alto, or Atherton library, and embark on this educational math trek today! For more fun ways to learn math, visit the Mathnasium of Palo Alto-Menlo Park.