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Numbers, Numbers Everywhere (Hardcover)
An original concept where math is explained on real life situations showing the practical usage of numbers in our everyday lives.
Math is usually considered a demanding, boring or even a scary subject. But numbers are all around us and we use them and math constantly without even realizing it. Various usage of numbers in different environments is presented in 17 chapters and the book ends with a double-spread where kids can try out their newly gained knowledge.
The aim of this book is to show math as a fun and useful subject that can be comprehensible and that helps us in many ways on a daily basis.
About the Author
Magda Gargulakova has a degree in Art History and she is a co-founder and also curator of the OFF/FORMAT gallery in Brno, Czechia, which exhibits and promotes contemporary progressive art, mostly by young artists. She worked for a time in marketing, but her love affair with books is a long one. For the gallery, she has edited and published several art publications. Since 2019, she have added to this experience as an editor of literature for very young readers at Albatros Media, using her two daughters for quality control.