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KS2 Maths Book Pack (7 books)

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A wonderful handpicked collection of 7 fiction titles, each thrilling tale written around various mathematical concepts that children will love to read and listen to.
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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
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KS2 Maths Book Pack (7 books)

A wonderful handpicked collection of 7 fiction titles, each thrilling tale written around various mathematical concepts that children will love to read and listen to.

  • Inspire your children to debunk those stereotypes around maths as they engage with the fascinating characters and settings while developing their understanding of various mathematical concepts.

  • > > > 1. Double Fudge: Double Fudge is the fifth and final book in the outrageous, hilarious Fudge series from the iconic Judy Blume. Uh oh, what's Fudge up to now?! Pete's little brother, Fudge, has a new obsession. He's mad about money and he wants loads of it. In fact, he's going to print a hundred million trillion 'Fudge Bucks' and buy the whole world. Or maybe he'll just settle for buying the capital city of America and call it Fudgington.

  • > > > 2. Max Counts to a Million: Do you like epic quests of amazing counting? Do you dislike global pandemics, being stuck at home, and the number 7? Then I have a story for you. It's about how I counted to a million during lockdown - with help from Mum and Dad, friends and neighbours, and Grandad. And some birds. And a bucket of marbles. And an awesome TV reporter. Sometimes, just keeping on going makes you a hero. Eight-year-old Max is counting to a million. Normally, school or having anything interesting to do would get in the way, but school is shut and everyone has to stay home because the UK is in its first lockdown. Max's dad works at the hospital and counting helps Max with missing him, but as the pandemic progresses and Max's grandad journeys through his own battle with the virus, what starts as a distraction turns into record-breaking effort that brings Max's community together. Suitable for readers aged 7 up, this funny, uplifting story reflects the experiences shared by so many during the Covid pandemic and celebrates how ordinary people accomplish epic things. He's driving Pete nuts. Will Fudge ever stop being the most embarrassing brother on the planet?

  • > > > 3. Count: Count: Brandon is a boaster – he says he is brilliant at lots of things. Then he is challenged to count up to ten million. So Brandon starts: one, two, three . . . and before long he is up to one thousand. Everyone around him is bewildered and annoyed: his friend Waris, his teachers and Miss Hexx, the head. But Brandon can’t stop counting. And the higher he counts, the more everyone takes an interest, when Brandon reaches 30,000 he goes viral, by the time he gets to one million, he has a manager and a stadium full of fans counting with him. And then strange, impossible things start happening. The numbers are taking over everything . . .

  • > > > 4. Einstein, The Girl Who Hated Maths: From the mysterious power of the decimal point to the oddity of odd numbers, fun and wonder are the essence of these remarkable poems. The winner of the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry takes us through the delight and silliness maths has to offer. Subjects range from the title poem in which Einstein's number-loving parents persuade her of the fun they have with maths, to poems about the magic number nine, the power of the decimal point, and the ancient Inca counting device the Quipo.

  • > > > 5. Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths: * WINNER OF THE BRANFORD BOASE AWARD 2022 * WINNER OF THE JHALAK CHILDREN'S AND YOUNG ADULT PRIZE 2022 * SHORTLISTED FOR THE DIVERSE BOOK AWARDS 2022 * SHORTLISTED FOR THE BLUE PETER BOOK AWARDS 2022. Eleven-year-old Danny Chung loves drawing more than anything - certainly more than maths, which, according to his dad and everyone else, is what he is 'supposed' to be good at. He also loves having his own room where he can draw in peace, so his life is turned upside down when a surprise that he's been promised turns out to be his little, wrinkly, ex-maths-champion grandmother from China. What's worse, Nai Nai has to share his room, AND she takes the top bunk! Nai Nai can't speak a word of English, which doesn't make things easy for Danny when he is charged with looking after her during his school holidays. Babysitting Nai Nai is NOT what he wants to be doing! Before long though it becomes clear to Danny that there is more to Nai Nai than meets the eye, and that they have more in common that he thought possible ...

  • > > > 6. Billionaire Boy: A hilarious, touching and extraordinary new fable from David Walliams, number one best seller and one of the fastest growing children’s authors across the globe. Joe has a lot of reasons to be happy. About a billion of them, in fact. You see, Joe's rich. Really, really rich. Joe's got his own bowling alley, his own cinema, even his own butler who is also an orangutan. He's the wealthiest 12-year-old in the land. But Joe isn't happy. Why not? Because he's got a billion pounds...and not a single friend. But then someone comes along, someone who likes Joe for Joe, not for his money. The problem is, Joe's about to learn that when money is involved, nothing is what it seems. The best things in life are free, they say - and if Joe's not careful, he's going to lose them all....

  • > > > 7. Millions: Here's a bittersweet story about the perils and pleasures of pounds and pennies. It will make you laugh and cry.

  • Two bothers, Damian and Anthony, are unwittingly caught up in a train robbery during Britain's countdown to join the Euro. Suddenly finding themselves with a vast amount of cash, the boys have just one glorious, appalling dilemma - how to spend it in the few days before it becomes worthless. Torn between the vices of buying a million pizzas and the virtues of ending world poverty, the boys soon discover that being rich is a mug's game. For not only is the clock ticking - the bungling bank robbers are closing in. Pizzas or World Peace, what would you choose?

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