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See how math’s infinite mysteries and beauty unfold in this captivating educational book! The Math Book (Big Ideas) by DK

Family Book of The Day:

The Math Book (Big Ideas)

by DK
4.7 stars – 989 reviews
Everyday Price: $9.99
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Discover more than 85 of the most important mathematical ideas, theorems, and proofs ever devised with this beautifully illustrated book. Get to know the great minds whose revolutionary discoveries changed our world today.

You don’t have to be a math genius to follow along with this book! This brilliant book is packed with short, easy-to-grasp explanations, step-by-step diagrams, and witty illustrations that play with our ideas about numbers.

What is an imaginary number? Can two parallel lines ever meet? How can math help us predict the future? All will be revealed and explained in this encyclopedia of mathematics.

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Fabulous Freddy’s Very Bad Mood (Big Ideas For Little People)

by Melissa Maxx
5.0 stars – 4 reviews
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This is the second in the “Big Ideas For Little People” series from Certified Mindfulness Coach Melissa Maxx.

Fabulous Freddy is in a very bad mood.

Freddy doesn’t like being in a bad mood.

He asks his Mom for advice.

She explains that it is perfectly normal to feel bad, sad or mad sometimes. The key is to let yourself feel your feelings and then let it go.

Freddy learns the importance of using mindfulness when dealing with emotions like sadness, anger or frustration.

Maxx’s first book, “Mindfulness For People Who Suck At Being Mindful” had big ideas for grownup people.

Her “Big Ideas For Little People” books for kids offer a way for children to start a mindfulness practice early on.

The younger we start talking about, and practicing emotional intelligence, the better!

Written in verse, with fun, colorful illustrations!

Kids can benefit from mindfulness too!

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