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by Frank Remkiewicz,Stuart J. Murphy


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We recognize the style of Frank Remkiewicz from his collaborations with Jonathan London on the Froggy series.

For use in schools and libraries only  . We recognize the style of Frank Remkiewicz from his collaborations with Jonathan London on the Froggy series. We really enjoyed reading this story together and we will certainly look for more of the MathStart books at our local library.

Stuart J. Murphy (Goodreads Author), Frank Remkiewicz (Illustrator). Published August 14th 2003 by Turtleback Books. Less Than Zero (Mathstart). Published April 9th 2009 by Harper. Library Binding, 33 pages. Author(s): Stuart J. ISBN: 0613684435 (ISBN13: 9780613684439). ISBN: 1442007761 (ISBN13: 9781442007765).

Part of the MathStart: Level 3 Series). As Perry earns, spends, finds, loses, and borrows clams, a simple line graph demonstrates the concept of negative numbers.

MathStart 3. Less Than Zero. illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz.

by Stuart J. Murphy and Frank Remkiewicz, Book part of MathStart Series. 9 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Meet-the-Author Movie

by Stuart J. Meet-the-Author Movie. Name Pronunciation with Stuart J. Murphy. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. Murphy (born 1942) is a visual learning specialist and children’s book author. Science, and Math textbook programs for educational publishers with his business partner Richard Anderson in 1980, Murphy worked as Art Director at Ginn and Company, a Boston-based publisher. While at Ginn, he took a company-sponsored sabbatical to advise on art restorations in

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Perry the Penguin needs 9 clams to buy an ice scooter -- but he's not very good at saving. As Perry earns, spends, finds, loses, and borrows clams, a simple line graph demonstrates the concept of negative numbers.

Less Than Zero (MathStart 3) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0060001261

ISBN: 0060001267

Author: Frank Remkiewicz,Stuart J. Murphy

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Education & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollins (August 14, 2003)

Pages: 40 pages

ePUB size: 1169 kb

FB2 size: 1215 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 303

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Mildorah
The book was purchased for an autistic child who loves numbers but hates to read. He loves this book. There is a nice repeating story line in which the Penguin makes some poor spending choices and then has to 'dig himself out of the hole' in his accounting. He writes a chart that marks how much money he earns and spends. He overspends and faces not being able to buy a highly desired sled that all the other penguins have. He earns back 'clams' to get back up above zero on his chart. If your child prefers numbers to words, this book provides a safe reading experience with about 5-10 sentences of text for every two pages.
Mildorah
The book was purchased for an autistic child who loves numbers but hates to read. He loves this book. There is a nice repeating story line in which the Penguin makes some poor spending choices and then has to 'dig himself out of the hole' in his accounting. He writes a chart that marks how much money he earns and spends. He overspends and faces not being able to buy a highly desired sled that all the other penguins have. He earns back 'clams' to get back up above zero on his chart. If your child prefers numbers to words, this book provides a safe reading experience with about 5-10 sentences of text for every two pages.
Siralune
I read it to middle school students to help them understand negative and positive integers and graphing. They loved it.
Siralune
I read it to middle school students to help them understand negative and positive integers and graphing. They loved it.
elegant stranger
Thank you as described and very timely arrival!
elegant stranger
Thank you as described and very timely arrival!
Zyangup
This is a cute story and does a great job introducing negative numbers and the idea of money to children.
Zyangup
This is a cute story and does a great job introducing negative numbers and the idea of money to children.
Lahorns Gods
Hard to find a cute book about negative numbers! If you're looking, look no further!
Lahorns Gods
Hard to find a cute book about negative numbers! If you're looking, look no further!
GAMER
Exactly what I wanted!
Came on time. I would highly recommend this product and seller. The book was slightly bent so maybe next time more padding but no big deal
GAMER
Exactly what I wanted!
Came on time. I would highly recommend this product and seller. The book was slightly bent so maybe next time more padding but no big deal
energy breath
Excellent, fun storybook to introduce integers. Can be used for middle school and earlier. Students enjoy the story line and illustrations.
energy breath
Excellent, fun storybook to introduce integers. Can be used for middle school and earlier. Students enjoy the story line and illustrations.
This is such a good story for teaching negative numbers to children. I have been reading this to my second grade class the past few years.
This is such a good story for teaching negative numbers to children. I have been reading this to my second grade class the past few years.