"McCallum and Illustrator Leeza Hernandez have found a clever way to turn math drudgery into deliciousness with their brand new book."
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - Getting kids to enjoy math is not always a piece of cake. But a local teacher and mom is trying to change that, one bite at a time.
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"A yummy way to get parents and kids to more deeply understand math…and spend some time together in
the kitchen."
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Now your kids will know why they need that math! In Ann McCallum's new book, Eat Your Math Homework, children, along with their parents, will delight in knowing all those math skills will come in handy and that the kitchen is the perfect place to taste test them. With Leeza Hernandez's wonderful and lively illustrations, this book makes math funny and tasty-no dull knives here. Time to mix up a batch of Probability Trail Mix to round off the day!
"Mischievous, gap-toothed bunnies rendered in mixed-
media collage explore math in the kitchen in this clever activity book."
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"There is no question that cooking involves math skills, from simple addition to the more complicated concepts like infinity and tessellation, that McCallum whimsically explains in
her book."
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A FUSE #8 PRODUCTION

"When I read this collaboration between Ann McCallum and Leeza Hernandez I realized that what I had here was a book with a million uses. " Click here to read the full review.
"This book is so much fun! Cooking and using recipes does involve math, but this book takes it a step further and really integrates math lessons into each recipe."
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"Eat this Fraction: Take math into the kitchen with lessons that make learning fun."
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"Eat this Fraction: Take math into the kitchen with lessons that make learning fun."
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"... pull out your apron, put on your thinking cap, and get ready to whip up some yummy snacks and whet your mathematical appetite at the same time."
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"This is the book I wish my parents had gotten for me when I was a kid. It takes abstract math concepts and without dumbing them down, illustrates them with food activities. How awesome is that?."
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"My favorite new book for the math classroom is Eat Your Math Homework Recipes for Hungry Minds by Ann McCallum. Students won't report to class claiming their dog ate their homework with activities such as the ones McCallum has cooked up."
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"Witty and smart, this unusually upbeat math book offers edible rewards for learning."
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"McCallum serves up a mix of kitchen tips and recipes, math history, problems and a glossary. Leeza Hernandez sprinkles the whole with lively mixed-media illustrations."
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"You’re not supposed to play with your food, right? But this book encourages kids and parents to play with their food together (literally, in the game Play with Probability on page 41). Along the way, both of you will discover that numbers are your friends. Just like bunnies."
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A huge, delicious thank you to all reviewers, teachers, parents, bloggers and friends who have raved about EYMH since its release to help spread the word.

Children are literally eating this book up as it flies off the shelf! And we couldn't be happier.

If you have written a review of Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes For Hungry Minds, or know someone else who has, please tell us about it and we'll gladly add a link right here on this page.

Affectionately yours,
Ann, Leeza, Charlesbridge and the Bunnies!

2011 © Ann McCallum, Leeza Hernandez. Warning: Stealing isn't nice. Do not enrage the bunnies. Please ask nicely or things could get pretty hare-y!