In response to an increase in home learning this Fall, our children’s department has added many new, engaging books all about math.
Below is a list of some of our favorite math books, which represent just a fraction (pun intended!) of our expanding collection of math-related resources especially for children in preschool through elementary school.
Click on the book title to access our online catalog and reserve a copy. Each catalog listing also includes suggested ages or reading levels, as well as a summary of the book.
Money Math: Addition and Subtraction by David Adler
There’s Math in My Art by Nikole Bethea
Super Calculations by Anjana Chatterjee
How to be Good at Math by Peter Clarke
The Everything Kids’ Math Puzzles Book by Meg Clemens
Fraction Frenzy by Rob Colson
The Book of Perfectly Perilous Math by Sean Connolly
What’s the Point of Math? by Ben Davis
Math Dictionary by Judith DeKlerk
Amazing Visual Math by DK Press
How High Can a Dinosaur Count? And Other Math Mysteries by Valorie Fisher
How to be a Math Genius by Mike Goldsmith
Math at Hand by Great Source Education Group
How to be a Math Wizard by Anne-Marie Imafidon
The Unofficial Guide to Using Math in Minecraft by Jill Keppler
Hands-On Math Projects by Andrew King
Math for Fun Projects by Andrew King
Math Smart Junior by Marcia Lerner
Turn to Learn Multiplication by Deborah Lock
STEM Junior Math by Jonathan O’Callaghan
Bedtime Math by Laura Overdeck
Everything You Need to Ace Math by Altair Peterson
Math Lab for Kids by Rebecca Rapaport
You Wouldn’t Want to Live Without Math by Anne Rooney
Earth-Friendly Math Crafts by Veronica Thompson
Visual Guide to Math by Karen Wilding
Cool Math: 50 Fantastic Facts for Kids of All Ages by Tracie Young
Stop in the Children’s Room and look for our “Math Resources” cart for more titles, as well as math-related STEM kits available for checkout. Please feel free to call us for further recommendations or assistance. Happy reading!