Let's Fly a Kite: Symmetry (MathStart 2 Series)

Let's Fly a Kite: Symmetry (MathStart 2 Series)


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Let's Fly a Kite

When Bob and Hannah split something, the two pieces had better be symmetrical--exactly the same. BUt to fly their kite, they'll have to learn something new--cooperation!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780064467377
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 08/22/2000
Series: MathStart 2 Series
Pages: 40
Sales rank: 607,731
Product dimensions: 9.81(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.09(d)
Lexile: 540L (what's this?)
Age Range: 6 - 10 Years

About the Author

Stuart J. Murphy is a visual learning specialist. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, he has a strong background in design and art direction. He also has extensive experience in the world of educational publishing. Drawing on all these talents, Stuart J. Murphy brings a unique perspective to the MathStart series. In MathStart books, pictures do more than tell stories; they teach math.

Stuart J. Murphy and his wife, Nancy, live in Boston.

Brian Floca's illustrations have appeared in several books by Avi, including the six volumes of the Poppy stories and the graphic novel City of Light, City of Dark. For younger readers, he is the author and illustrator of Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo II as well as the highly praised books Lightship, a Robert F. Sibert Honor Book and ALA Notable Book; The Racecar Alphabet, also an ALA Notable Book; and Five Trucks.

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Let's Fly a Kite: Symmetry (MathStart 2 Series) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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I have several MathStart books from when my daughter was young and am now reading them to my younger son. We added this one to our collection and am not dissapointed. I liked the way they handled typical sibling conflict by dividing things equally in half.