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Product description

Learn maths and let out your inner rebel! It’s way more fun than your latest homework assignment! From the Horrible camp (where else?) this is maths gone wickedly funny, and nuttier than a jar of peanut butter. Think ‘maths’ and ‘magical’ don’t belong in the same sentence? This book will change your mind. When you release the power of maths, you can outwit a calculator and perform amazing card tricks. You can even read minds!

  • Essential curriculum maths as you’ve never seen it before
  • Witty approach similar to the Horrible Histories series
  • Now there’s no excuse to be afraid of learning numbers
  • Bestselling series with hilarious cartoons right through

Product Details

Catalogue number

344 in EU Primary May 2018

Series

Murderous Maths

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407147208

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

August 7th, 2014

Other details
  • 208 pages
Condition

New

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Author/Illustrator

Kjartan Poskitt

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    Kushagra
    on 6 May 2016

    Very good book