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Cut Down to Size at High Noon: A Math Adventure

by Scott Sundby

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If you're looking for a great tall tale, pick this! It has the flare for the dramatic with the feel of the Wild West. Inserting the graph charts is helpful and pulls out the math message, but not in a way that keeps the story flowing. I felt like the story was a little rushed once the duel finished.

Pros: Kids will love exploring and laughing at the outrageous haircuts while you read this story out loud.

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A showdown between two barbers in the frontier town of Cowlick leads them to realize new uses for scale drawing.

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