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Mary Clare Likes to Share: A Math Reader

by Joy N. Hulme

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Many different ways that Mary Clare shares. Tells how much she likes to share, even if she has something small she figures away to share it with everyone. This book starts with Mary, goes numerically from 1-10 people she will share with.
Source: Pierce County Library
Age: 3-5
  cassie05 | Oct 22, 2013 |
Mary Clare divides treats into halves, thirds, or other fractional parts to make sure that each of her friends or family members can enjoy an equal share.
Pierce College Library
Ages:3-5
  Marie89 | May 16, 2013 |
Many different ways that Mary Clare shares. Tells how much she likes to share, even if she has something small she figures away to share it with everyone. This book starts with Mary, goes numerically from 1-10 people she will share with.
Source: Pierce County Library
Age: 3-5
  bugsavannah | May 5, 2013 |
is designed to give every child a successful reading experience it talk about healthy food

age 5
Source-Pierce College
  xiomaragrace | Feb 27, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375834214, Paperback)

Mary Clare loves to share. If there's food around, Mary Clare fairly divides it up and shares it with her friends and family, no matter how many there are! This rhythmic, rhyming reader clearly demonstrates the concept of fractions in a bouncy and sweet--and savory--way!

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Mary Clare divides treats into halves, thirds, or other fractional parts to make sure that each of her friends or family members can enjoy an equal share.

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