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KS1 Maths Book Pack (8 books)


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A range of age appropriate titles to support and encourage children in your school to discover and deepen mathematical concepts and understanding.
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  • A beautifully curated selection of books from our primary literature specialists
  • Explore and discover a wide range of 'number' related stories and adventures
  • Multi-award-winning authors and illustrators

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KS1 Maths Book Pack (8 books)

A range of age appropriate titles to support and encourage children in your school to discover and deepen mathematical concepts and understanding.

  • Take a tour through the eyes of the fantastically engaging characters and settings as you explore digits, count, order, guess and calculate together in a wonderfully multicultural representation of number.

  • 1. A Mathematician Like Me - Striking illustrations and an empowering story combine to introduce young readers to the world of maths, creative thinking and problem-solving. Setting off on a camping adventure with her cousin, Aliyah soon discovers that numbers are everywhere, whether it's counting out money at the shops, planning trips on the train or even stargazing in a forest. As Aliyah solves some sums of her own, she learns about the brilliant mathematicians who have helped us understand our world. Soon she can't wait to become a maths whizz too! With pages encouraging children to play maths games with their friends, this brilliant picture book written by engineer and TV presenter Dr Shini Somara unlocks a love of numbers and creative thinking, and celebrates women in STEM.

  • 2. How Many Legs? From the award winning creators of Oi Frog! comes an hilarious counting picture book about our four-legged - and two-legged and eight-legged - friends! How many legs would there be if a polar bear came for tea? How high would the leg count go if a squid rode in on a buffalo? As more and more animals join in the fun, count along if you can!

  • 3. How Big is a Million? This book helps children understand the concept of big numbers. Pipkin the smallest penguin is always asking questions, but what he wants to know most of all is how big is a million? So he sets off to find out, and along the way meets a hundred penguins, sees a thousand snowflakes and meets one new friend before being amazed to finally find out how big a million really is. A special fold-out poster at the end of the book shows Pipkin looking at the sky, which is printed with exactly one million stars. It is gorgeously illustrated by Serena Riglietti.

  • 4. Counting Creatures: A stunning counting book full of gorgeous baby animals, with amazing flaps to lift and holes to peep through. From Julia Donaldson, bestselling author of The Gruffalo, and Sharon King-Chai, who together created the award-winning Animalphabet.

  • 5. My Granny went to Market: A Round-The-World Counting Rhyme: Fly away with Granny and count with her from one to ten as she spins around the world on an unforgettable shopping trip. This colourful, rhyming story is followed by a counting page for reinforced learning.

  • 6. One Banana, Two Bananas: Learn to count to ten in this hilarious new rhyming picture book series from the bestselling authors of George's Amazing Adventures and the illustrator of the award-winning Mr Pusskins! ONE banana, TWO bananas, THREE bananas, FOUR… Join in the simple, catchy rhyme in this madcap counting adventure.Featuring bananas in pyjamas, a llama panorama, an inflatable banana boat and lots of other nonsense that children will love. With a catchy counting rhythm, this is a great way to help children learn to count in a fun, accessible way.

  • 7. We All Went on Safari: A Counting Journey Through Tanzania: Join Arusha, Mosi, Tumpe and their Maasai friends as they set out on a counting journey through the grasslands of Tanzania. Along the way, the children encounter all sorts of animals including elephants, lions and monkeys, while counting from one to ten in both English and Swahili. The lively, rhyming text is accompanied by an illustrated guide to counting in Swahili, a map, notes about each of the animals and interesting facts about Tanzania and the Maasai people.

  • 8. One Thing (Charlie and Lola): A classic Charlie and Lola picture book all about counting and sums, from Children's Laureate Lauren Child. Perfectly funny and perfectly formed, this hilarious picture book sees top negotiator Lola take on numbers in everyday life and bend them to her endearing and unique will.


  • Pack size: 8
  • Age Range: 5-6 years to 6-7 years