Hungry readers discover delicious and distinct recipes in this witty companion to Eat Your Math Homework. A main text explains upper-elementary science concepts, including subatomic particles, acids and bases, black holes, and more. Alongside simple recipes, side-bars encourage readers to also experiment and explore outside of the kitchen. A review, glossary, and index make the entire book easy to digest.
Ann McCallum, M.Ed., born in British Columbia, Canada, has taught grade school (for a year in a one-room schoolhouse) in Canada and in the U.S., and at the American University of Sharjah, U.A.E., where she currently lives with her family.
Praise for Eat Your Math Homework: "A yummy way to get parents and kids to more deeply understand math . . . and spend some time together in the kitchen."--Kirkus Reviews "Mischievous, gap-toothed bunnies rendered in mixed-media collage explore math in the kitchen in this clever activity book."--Publishers Weekly "Bring math learning into the classroom or family kitchen in a lively way."--School Library Journal "Witty and smart, this unusually upbeat math book offers edible rewards for learning."--Booklist