Best Children’s Math Fiction Books

Here you will get Best Children’s Math Fiction Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. My Numbers, Colors and Shapes Toddler Coloring Book with The Learning Bugs: Fun Children’s Activity Coloring Books for Toddlers and Kids Ages 2, 3, 4 & 5 for Kindergarten & Preschool Prep Success

Author: by The Learning Bugs
English
102 pages
1910677345

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Welcome to the magical world of The Learning Bugs where kids color and have fun while learning about numbers, colours and shapes at the same time. The beautifully illustrated pages are specially designed with the help of teachers to accelerate your child’s learning and educational skills as well as entertain and amuse them for hours.

You definitely WON’T find another toddler coloring book like this one!RRP $7.95 now $5. 95 Imagine your joy and satisfaction when you see your child happily engaged for hours in their own creative world or the unforgettable memories you can create & enjoy together as you read them the fun & educational facts about numbers, colors and shapes.

Don’t miss out, join the hundreds of happy parents whose children are already enjoying and benefitting from this unique coloring book like Alana McQuillan who says: “I bought these for my 3 toddlers to help them learn numbers shapes and colors, they are absolutely fabulous.

My 2-year-old now counts to ten, my 3-year-old can write her numbers and knows what they are, these books are designed extremely well and have helped my children with learning and writing numbers.”I’m Mark and together with my partner Jane we came up with the concept of The Learning Bugs, the lovable and fun characters who appear throughout the book.


2. Fractions in Disguise: A Math Adventure (Charlesbridge Math Adventures)

Author: by Edward Einhorn
Charlesbridge
English
32 pages

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Crack the case with George Cornelius Factor in this entertaining math adventure that introduces simplified and reduced fractions with intrigue and humor When a valuable fraction goes missing, George Cornelius Factor (a.K.A. GCF) vows to track it down.

Knowing that the villainous Dr. Brok likes to disguise his ill-gotten fractions, GCF invents a Reducerhalf ray gun, half calculator that strips away the disguise, reducing the fraction to its lowest common denominator and revealing its true form. With the Reducer in hand, George seeks out Dr. Brok in hopes of retrieving the missing fraction.

Back matter includes more detail on simplifying, or reducing, fractions.


3. Ten Magic Butterflies (McKellar Math)

Author: by Danica McKellar
English
40 pages
1101933828

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Fairies, butterflies, and magic help to make this math-focused picture book from Danica McKellar, the New York Times bestselling author of Goodnight, Numbers and star of The Wonder Years, positively enchanting! Join ten flower friends for a night of excitement that mixes a little math with a lot of magic.

As each flower turns into a butterfly, children will discover different ways to group numbers to create ten, an essential building block of math, all while watching each flower’s dream come true. (And keep an eye out for the adorable caterpillar who wishes he could fly, too!

In this, the second book in the McKellar Math line, actress, math whiz, and New York Times bestselling author Danica McKellar once again sneaks in secret math concepts to help make your child smarter and uses her proven math success to show children that loving numbers is as easy as a wave of a wand and a BING BANG BOO!

“[Danica McKellar’s] bringing her love of numbers to children everywhere.” -Brightly on Goodnight, Numbers”Danica McKellar is now on a mission to make math fun for even the youngest of kids.” -L.A.Parent Magazine


4. Much Ado About Baseball

Author: by Rajani LaRocca
English
336 pages
1499811012

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“Much Ado About Baseball is the best Children's book I’ve read in the past 10 years!” -Brad Thor, New York Times bestselling author of the Scot Harvath series”A moving tale of baseball, magic, and former rivals who come together to solve a problem.” -Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEWIn this companion novel to Midsummer’s Mayhem, math and baseball combine with savory snacks to cause confusion and calamity in the town of Comity.

Twelve-year-old Trish can solve tough math problems and throw a mean fastball. But because of her mom’s new job, she’s now facing a summer trying to make friends all over again in a new town. That isn’t an easy thing to do, and her mom is too busy to notice how miserable she is.

But at her first baseball practice, Trish realizes one of her teammates is Ben, the sixth-grade math prodigy she beat in the spring Math Puzzler Championships. Everyone around them seems to think that with their math talent and love of baseball, it’s only logical that Trish and Ben become friends, but Ben makes it clear he still hasn’t gotten over that loss and can’t stand her.


5. The Proto Project: A Sci-Fi Adventure of the Mind for Kids Ages 9-12

Author: by Bryan R. Johnson
English
188 pages

‎ 1940556058

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From the best-selling award-winning author of Code 7: Cracking the Code for an Epic Life, Bryan R. Johnson2020 Mom’s Choice Gold Award2020 Readers’ Favorite Award2020 Purple Dragonfly AwardFeatured Children's Book Selection by Kirkus ReviewsPraised by Publishers WeeklyRECOMMENDED by the US Review When Jason meets his mom’s billion-dollar invention, an artificial intelligence device named Proto, he accidentally gets caught up in a mysterious adventure.

Proto goes missing, and then people go missing. Now Jason and his coolest-neighbor-ever Maya must risk their lives to prevent global mayhem. But who is behind this devious plot?Is it another AI?The FBI? Or any other abbreviation with an I?

What exactly is there to learn about artificial and human intelligence while fighting for your life against a legion of furry puppies or a battalion of drones? A lot if you live to tell about it.”All the other books I’ve read were pretty cool, but not as awesome as this.

Best book ever!” – JlburkThe Proto Project: A Sci-fi Adventure of the MindGreat for independent young readers, boys and girls, ages 8-12 (3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grade)Best for kids who have outgrown chapter books and are ready for longer middle-grade booksA wonderful gift for anyone looking for fun and funny reading with content that is age-appropriate for kids at home and in schoolBest for kids who …


6. Addition and subtraction Math WorkBook Grade 1,2,3: 3 Digits 101+ Practice Pages for Ages 6+

Author: by Crystal Robert Publishers

B08DSVJS6M
Independently published
English

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Note: Crystal Robert publishers Math workbooks are designed in USA and printed locally. Learning With FunA fun and easy introduction to basic math concepts such as sorting, counting, matching, addition, and subtraction workbook. The workbook has 101+ pages with almost 100 practice questions and activities for little learners.

The concepts and methods used in this book will engage your children and make learning fun for them. The book is one of the finest in kids workbooks Develop the Math BrainWith new and unique learning activities, your little scholars will develop an interest in math and learn the problem-solving skill from an early age.

Easy to read and understand font that clarifies the difference between 1s and 7s, 6s and 9s, and 4s and 9s. Make Math InterestingThese math workbooks are perfect for grade 1 to 3. The exercises focus on basic concepts of mathematics like shapes, reading and writing numbers, money, counting to ten, addition, and subtraction.

It is created in a way that even the reluctant learners will start taking an interest in math. Experts RecommendedThe ks2 workbook book is carefully developed in the supervision of leading children educational experts, with a focus on home learning so that your child will not get bored while learning math.


7. Lexi Magill and the Teleportation Tournament

Author: by Kim Long
Running Press Kids
English
288 pages

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For fans of The Amazing Race, Lexi Magill and the Teleportation Tournament is the perfect adventure for middle grade readers who like scavenger hunts and puzzle-solving. Twelve-year-old physics whiz Lexi Magill won’t let anything stop her from winning Wisconsin’s Teleportation Tournament-the annual competition where teams teleport around the world to solve science-based puzzles.

She needs the prize money if she wants to re-enroll in the science academy her parents can no longer afford. Added bonus: she’ll be able to reconnect with her best friend Haley. But Lexi’s two teammates put a wrench in her plans.

When one misreads a clue that lands the team in a castle in Germany, and the other loses her teleportation medallion in Poland, Lexi wonders what she’s gotten herself into. Struggling to keep her team under control as the race rages on, Lexi not only has to figure out how to get back on course (literally), but she must decide how far she’s willing to go to win, and who her real friends are.


8. Tally O'Malley (MathStart 2)

Author: by Stuart J. Murphy
HarperCollins
English
40 pages

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Help kids with their math skills plus their reading skills with the engaging and fun MathStart series! Tally O’Malley is perfect for teaching tallying to first, second, and third graders. The O’Malleys are off to the beach! But it’s a long, hot, boring drive.

What can Eric, Bridget, and Nell do to keep busy? Play tally games, of coursecounting up all the gray cars or green T-shirts they see. Whoever has the most marks at the end wins the game. Kids will love the story and the funny illustrations by Cynthia Jabar.

Parents and other educators will love how the story and pictures make understanding comparisons a breezeas well as the concrete examples of how math works! The book contains activities for adults to do with kids to extend math into their own lives!Math = Fun!

MathStart is an award-winning series by Stuart J. Murphy that teaches math through stories and visual models. Young readers find the stories engaging and relatable, because each story revolves around practical applications of the math concept being presented and features lively art from top-notch illustrators.


9. Earn It! (A Moneybunny Book)

Author: by Cinders McLeod
Nancy Paulsen Books
English
32 pages

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In this delightful introduction to the simple concept of earning money, an exuberant little bunny learns that fame and fortune must be earned. Bun wants to be rich and famous. She loves to sing and knows she’s meant for a career on stage.

It should all be pretty easyher mom can just drive her to the concert hall to perform! But her mom reminds her that most good things, like the garden they are growing, take time and work. At first, Bun isn’t terribly excited by the idea of singing lessons and practice, but as she does the math and daydreams about her future singing career, the more she starts to like the idea of earning her way to stardoma feeling just as good as being rich and famous!

10. Odd Squad Agent's Handbook

Author: by Tim McKeon
English
160 pages
1250222664

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From the universe of the award-winning hit television show Odd Squad, the Odd Squad Agent’s Handbook is the book every new recruit receives. It’s filled with tips and tricks on how to be the best agent possible, plus secrets of the squad and highlights from its greatest adventures.

In short, this is the ultimate guide to the strange, the unusual, and very, very …Odd. Written by the creators of the show!An Imprint Book

11. Elevator Magic, Level 2 (MathStart Subtracting) (MathStart 2)

Author: by Stuart J. Murphy
HarperCollins
English
40 pages

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Help kids with their math skills plus their reading skills with the engaging and fun MathStart series! Elevator Magic is perfect for teaching subtraction to first through third graders! When the elevator goes down, the subtraction starts, and so does the magic.

Ben sees crazy things every time the door opens. Ride along as he subtracts his way down to the lobby, and decide for yourself if it’s elevator magic. Kids will love the story and the funny illustrations. Parents and educators will love how the story and pictures make understanding comparisons a breezeas well as the concrete examples of how math works.

The book contains activities for adults to do with kids to extend math into their own lives.Math = Fun! MathStart is an award-winning series by Stuart J. Murphy that teaches math through stories and visual models. Young readers find the stories engaging and relatable, because each story revolves around practical applications of the math concept being presented and features lively art from top-notch illustrators.

12. Divide and Ride (MathStart 3)

Author: by Stuart J. Murphy
0064467104
HarperCollins

English

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Help kids with their math skills plus their reading skills with the engaging and fun MathStart series! Divide and Ride is perfect for teaching dividing to second, third, and fourth graders. Scream down the Dare-Devil Coaster and whirl around in the Twin Spin cars!

Join in the carnival fun as 11 friends divide up to fit on the 2-to-a-seat roller coaster and the 4-to-a-cup teacups ride. Kids will love the story and the illustrations by George Ulrich. Parents and educators will love how the story and pictures make understanding the math concepts a breezeas well as the concrete examples of how math works.

The book contains activities for adults to do with kids to extend math into their own lives.Math = Fun! MathStart is an award-winning series by Stuart J. Murphy that teaches math through stories and visual models. Young readers find the stories engaging and relatable, because each story revolves around practical applications of the math concept being presented and features lively art from top-notch illustrators.

13. Give It! (A Moneybunny Book)

Author: by Cinders McLeod
Nancy Paulsen Books
English
32 pages

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In this delightful introduction to simple money concepts, an enthusiastic young bunny discovers how good it feels to use his allowance to help others. Chummy longs to be a superhero. He wants to save the world-or at least Bunnyland-from dragons, so spending his carrots on a superhero costume seems like a great plan!

When his grandma reminds him that there aren’t any dragons in Bunnyland, but that there are creatures that could use help, Chummy starts reconsidering the best way to spend his wad. This is the fourth book in the internationally acclaimed Moneybunny Books series that also includes Earn It!, Spend It!, and Save It!

14. Jack the Builder (MathStart 1)

Author: by Stuart J. Murphy
0060557753
HarperCollins
English

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Help kids with their math skills plus their reading skills with the engaging and fun MathStart series! Jack the Builder is perfect for teaching counting on, a step toward mastering addition, to pre-K through kindergarteners. Jack stacks up blocks high.

Two make a robot, five make a boat, and fifteen make … Whatever you can imagine! Kids will love the story and the funny illustrations by Michael Rex. Parents and other educators will love how the story and pictures make understanding comparisons a breezeas well as the concrete examples of how math works!

The book contains activities for adults to do with kids to extend math into their own lives!Math = Fun! MathStart is an award-winning series by Stuart J. Murphy that teaches math through stories and visual models. Young readers find the stories very engaging and relatable, because each story revolves around practical applications of the math concept being presented and features lively art from top-notch illustrators.

Charts and other visual representations help children understand how the math works and promote deeper comprehension. This unique combination of stories, illustrations, and visual models helps teachers and parents in the teaching of math and provides all children with the opportunity to succeed.

15. Minecraft Activity Book: Fun Activity Book For Minecrafters: Coloring, Puzzles, Dot To Dot, Word Search, Mazes and More: Fun And Relaxing For Kids (Unofficial Book)

Author: by Mr. Crafty
English
104 pages
1946525111

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Welcome to Mr. Crafty’s first ever activity book! Here you will be able to catch some characters from the fiction novels such as Marco the villager, Steve, Alex, Xander the Warrior, and the Odd Enderman! Ultimately, this book will help your child with the following: – Improve Concentration – Recognition of Color, Shapes etc.

Fine Motor Development – Hand-Eye Coordination – Sense of Personal Accomplishment – Most Importantly, Learning through Fun!And So Much More! Order Today If You’re Looking To Have the Next Adventure With Your Child! 25% Off Today for a Limited Time Only!

16. Sir Cumference Gets Decima's Point

Author: by Cindy Neuschwander
English

32 pages
1570918457

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Part of the popular Sir Cumference series! Baker Pia is back with a handy way of counting by tens and fractions in this fun introduction to the decimal system. This time the focus is back on Pia of Chartres from Sir Cumference and the Off-the-Charts Dessert.

She is kidnapped by a family of ogres-Tentt, the father, Hoondrit, the mother, and their ten daughters, Una to Decima. Pia is asked to help the ogres prepare a feast for a large celebration, which will involve tens, hundreds, even thousands of pieces of dessert!

Readers will learn about place value and the decimal system of notation in this latest medieval math adventure. The endnote includes a diagram with place names.