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Series: Rookie Read-About Math

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A 3-D Birthday Party (Rookie Read-About Math) by Ellen B. Senisi
All About Money (Rookie Read-About Math) by Erin Roberson
Apple Fractions (Rookie Read-About Math) by Donna Townsend
A Busy Day (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Can You Guess? (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Counting Money (Rookie Read-About Math) by Julie Dalton
Divide It Up! (Rookie Read-About Math) by Tonya Leslie
Everyone Uses Math (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Farmer's Market Rounding (Rookie Read-About Math) by Julie Dalton
A Garden Full of Sizes (Rookie Read-About Math) by Simone T. Ribke
Giraffe Graphs (Rookie Read-About Math) by Melissa Stewart
Grandfather's Shape Story (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Grouping at the Dog Show (Rookie Read-About Math) by Simone T. Ribke
Guess the Order (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Hot Numbers, Cool Math (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
How Heavy Is It? (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
How Long Is It? (Rookie Read-About Math) by Donna Loughran
How Much Does It Hold? (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Is It Still a Number? (Rookie Read-About Math) by Pam Rosenberg
Look And Count (Rookie Read-About Math) by Julie Dalton
Making Change at the Fair (Rookie Read-About Math) by Julie Dalton
Math Tools (Rookie Read-About Math) by Melanie Chrismer
Multiply This! (Rookie Read-About Math) by Melanie Chrismer
Odd And Even Socks (Rookie Read-About Math) by Melanie Chrismer
Patterns Everywhere (Rookie Read-About Math) by Julie Dalton
Pen Pals Compare (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Pet Store Subtraction (Rookie Read-About Math) by Simone T. Ribke
Places Along the Way (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
The Shapes We Eat (Rookie Read-About Math) by Simone T. Ribke
Slumber Party Problem Solving (Rookie Read-About Math) by Brian Sargent
Springtime Addition (Rookie Read-About Math) by Jill Fuller
Toy Box Subtraction (Rookie Read-About Math) by Jill Fuller

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