### Young Math Books

#### By Heather Idoni

##### Updated Saturday, March 28, 2009

3D, 2D, 1D by David A. Adler

666 Jellybeans! All That? An Introduction to Algebra by Malcolm E. Weiss

Angles are Easy as Pie by Robert Froman

Area by Jane Jonas Srivastava

Averages by Jane Jonas Srivastava

Base Five by David A. Adler

Bigger and Smaller by Robert Froman

Binary Numbers by Clyde Watson

Building Tables on Tables: A Book about Multiplication by John V. Trivett

Circles by Mindel and Harry Sitomer

Computers by Jane Jonas Srivastava

The Ellipse by Mannis Charosh

Estimation by Charles F. Linn

Exploring Triangles: Paper-Folding Geometry by Jo Phillips

Fractions are Parts of Things by J. Richard Dennis

A Game of Functions by Robert Froman

Graph Games by Frédérique and Papy

The Greatest Guessing Game: A Book about Dividing by Robert Froman

How Did Numbers Begin? by Mindel and Harry Sitomer

How Little and How Much: A Book about Scales by Franklyn M. Branley

Less than Nothing is Really Something by Robert Froman

Lines, Segments, Polygons by Mindel and Harry Sitomer

Long, Short, High, Low, Thin, Wide by James T. Fey

Maps, Tracks, and the Bridges of Konigsberg: A Book about Networks by Michael Holt

Mathematical Games for One or Two by Mannis Charosh

Measure with Metric by Franklyn M. Branley

Number Ideas through Pictures by Mannis Charosh

Odds and Evens by Thomas C. O'Brien

Probability by Charles F. Linn

Right Angles: Paper-Folding Geometry by Jo Phillips

Roman Numerals by David A. Adler

Rubber Bands, Baseballs and Doughnuts: A Book about Topology by Robert Froman

Shadow Geometry by Daphne Harwood Trivett

Solomon Grundy, Born on Oneday: A Finite Arithmetic Puzzle by Malcolm E. Weiss

Spirals by Mindel and Harry Sitomer

Statistics by Jane Jonas Srivastava

Straight Lines, Parallel Lines, Perpendicular Lines by Mannis Charosh

Venn Diagrams by Robert Froman

Weighing & Balancing by Jane Jonas Srivastava

What is Symmetry? by Mindel and Harry Sitomer

Yes-No; Stop-Go: Some Patterns in Mathematical Logic by Judith L. Gersting and Joseph E. Kuczkowski

Zero is not Nothing by Mindel and Harry Sitomer