b'Childrens Core CollectionCore CollectionsChildrens Childrens Core Collection (25th Edition, 2021) is a comprehensive guide to CoreCollection 16,000 recommended books for children from preschool through grade six. TwentyFifthEditionIn this information-packed volume, users will find bibliographic data, content descriptions and reviews of 15,000 essential and recommended titles, including Picture Books & Easy Readers, Story Collections, Fiction Books, Nonfiction Books, Biographies, and Graphic Novels. In addition, coverage also includes Library Science titles specifically addressing childrens librarianship and collection development for the age group. 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Nonfiction books includes over 7,500 nonfiction titles, arranged by DeweyDecimal Classification.All subjects are covered, including Animals, Art, CLASSIFIED COLLECTION 510511CHOICE Computers, Health, History, Humor, Science, Sports, Technology, and more.TWENTY-SECOND EDITIONMcKellar, Danica 510.92Mathematics biographyEasy books, arranged by author, offers over 4,000 recommended pictureMath doesnt suck; how to survive middle school mathbooks of interest to children from preschool to grade three.without losing your mind or breaking a nail.[by] DanicaHeiligman, DeborahMcKellar.Hudson Street Press2007297pil$23.95 Theboywho loved math;the improbable life of Fiction, arranged by author, recommends 2,500 of the best fiction for children.Grades: 5 6 7 8 510 Paul Erdos.Deborah Heiligman; illustrated by LeUyen Story Collections, arranged by author, highlights close to 100 of the best1.Mathematics Pham.Roaring Brook Press201348 p.(hardcover)$17.99ISBN 978-1-59463-039-2;1-59463-039-9 Grades: 1 2 3 4 510.92 story collections for public libraries and elementary schools.LC 2007017091 1. Mathematics2.Mathematicians Hungary This covers some of the most basic ideas of middle- Biographygrade math, including concepts relating to fractions, deci- ISBN 1596433078;9781596433076 IN-DEPTH INDEXINGmals, and ratios, making each comprehensible, interesting, LC 2012029744 An in-depth Author, Title, and Subject Index provides users with thousands of and fun. Using real-world constructions, such as tangledOrbis Pictus Awards Honor Book (2014)necklaces, boyfriends, and pizza, concepts are thoroughlyThis book is a biography of mathematician Paul Erds.ways to navigate this rich collection of recommended titles. Whether searching explained. Voice Youth Advocates He was a child prodigy who had to be homeschooled due to his inability to sit still and follow rules. High school was aby author, title, or one of the hundreds of subject areas found in the index, Merriam, Eve better fit, and he made friends with students who shared hislibrarians can easily locate titles that will round out their collection.12 ways to get to 11;written by Eve Merriam; illus- love of math. His skills became famous, but Erds didnt trated by Bernie Karlin.Simon & Schuster Bks. for Youngknow how to do laundry, cook, or even butter his own bread. Readers1993unilhardcover o.p.pa$6.99 He didnt fit into the world in a regular way. So, he createdThe Childrens Core Collection is an essential resource for library and media Grades: K 1 2 3 510 a life that fit him instead. (School Library Journal)1.Counting2.Mathematics Heiligmans joyful, warm account invites young listen- specialists looking to enhance their collection with the most important and highly ISBN 0-689-80892-5pa ers and readers to imagine a much-loved boy completelyrecommended titles currently available. Any childrens librarian will benefit from LC 91-25810 charmed by numbers. The polished, disarming text offers Uses ordinary experiences to present twelve combina- Pham free rein for lively illustration that captures Erdoshaving this amazing collection of recommended titles at the ready to help build tions of numbers that add up to eleven. Example: At the cir- childlike spirit. Kirkus and strengthen their collection.cus, six peanut shells and five pieces of popcornSome of the double-page spreads are simpler to solve than others, which allows children to progress as they learn511General principles of mathematics8more about counting. The huge, vibrant cut-paper and col- H.W. Wilson844.630.6369 www.hwwilsoninprint.com H.W. Wilson844.630.6369www.hwwilsoninprint.comored-pencil pictures make the book fun, lively, and pain- Murphy, Stuart J.lessly educational. Horn Book Guide The sundaescoop;illustrated by Cynthia Jabar.Harp-erCollins Pubs.200333pil(Mathstart)hardcover o.p. Schwartz, David M. pa$4.99 Gis for googol;a math alphabet book.written byGrades: 1 2 3 511David M. Schwartz; illustrated by Marissa Moss.Tricycle1.MathematicsPress199857pil$15.95 ISBN 0-06-028924-4;0-06-028925-2lib bdg;0-06-Grades: 4 5 6 7 510 446250-1pa1.Alphabet2.Mathematics LC 2001-24322ISBN 1-883672-58-9 This presents the concept of combinations in a story LC 98-15162 about a group of children who host an ice-cream booth at Explains the meaning of mathematical terms which be- their school picnic. With two flavors of ice cream, two sauc-gin with the different letters of the alphabet from abacus,es, and two choices of toppings, the children are surprised binary, and cubit to zillion that eight different sundaes are available. . . . Murphy easily The text is lively and clear and will appeal to even thosefolds the math concepts into a lively story that will capture who think math is as dull as the kitchen floor. . . . The cartoonyoung readers, and Jabar reinforces the lesson with color-illustrations are colorful, amusing, and informative. SLJ ful , whimsical drawings of delectable ice-cream scoops. Includes glossary BooklistTang, Greg Nagda, Ann WhiteheadMath-terpieces;the art of problem-solving.illustrated Tigermath;learning to graph from a baby tiger.by by Greg Paprocki.Scholastic Press200331pil$16.95 Ann Whitehead Nagda and Cindy Bickel.Holt & Co.2000 Grades: 2 3 4 510 unil$17.95;pa$7.951.Counting2.Set theory3.Art appreciation Grades: 2 3 4 511ISBN 0-439-44388-1 1.Tigers2.Graphic methodsLC 2002-5361 ISBN 0-8050-6248-3;0-8050-7161-XpaA series of rhymes about artists and their works intro- LC 99-46686duces counting and grouping numbers, as well as such artis- Describes the growth of an orphan Siberian tiger cub, by tic styles as cubism, pointillism, and surrealism means of words and graphsClearly written solutions to these exercises are givenEasy-to-understand picture, pie or circle, bar, or line at the end of the book along with art definitions and briefgraphs, all with explanations, appear on the left; facing pag-explanations. This math-concept book is far more appealinges of text and clear full-color photographs are on the right. than most. SLJ SLJ255'