Real Princess: A Mathemagical Tale
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A classic with a twist, this number-crunching take on 'The Princess and the Pea' features not just one princess, but three, not to mention four horses, five dogs, six grooms, seven gardeners, and all kinds of chances for young mathematicians to put their adding and subtracting to the test! Education market: this lively readaloud book introduces basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and includes a 'Test Your Maths Skills' section. Gift market: rich colours, ingenious page layouts, quirky design and a playful text make this book a covetable gift for everyone who remains young at heart. Schools and Festivals: former primary school teacher Brenda Williams runs popular workshops. This title challenges the standard princess and fairytale stereotypes - it's not only the princess who can have a happy ending.

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9781846863929
  • ISBN: 9781846863929
  • Pub Date: 1st August 2009
  • Publisher: Barefoot Books Ltd
  • Format: Other
  • Number of Pages: 40

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About Brenda Williams

Annalisa Beghelli worked as an architect for four years before deciding to follow her passion for drawing and graphics. She graduated from MiMaster-Illustrations and International Design School based in Milan and now works as an artist with several picture books to her name.

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About Sophie Fatus

Hugh Lupton has been a central figure in the British storytelling revival for more than 30 years. He tells myths, legends and folktales from many cultures. His many books include Tales of Wisdom and Wonder, The Story Tree, and Homeric pair The Adventures of Achilles and The Adventures of Odysseus, which he and Daniel Morden wrote and narrated together. He li

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