Title: The Multiplying Mysteries of Mount Ten
Author: Krista Van Dolzer
Stars: 5 stars
As a Mom I am looking for books that encourage reading as well as teaching. The Author uses the mystery at the summer camp as a way to introduce math and create math problems readers (Child and parents ) do not realize they are doing as the story progressive in a fun and unique way. Projects, quest, encoding and decoding puzzles that everyone will enjoy.
This is a must read for parents who have children who struggle with math and enjoyment of reading.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Bloomsbury Children's Books for advance copy of Krista Van Dolzer The Multiplying Mystery of Mount Ten
Twelve-year-old painter Esther can't wait to attend Camp Vermeer, the most prestigious art camp around. But when her stepdad accidentally drives up the wrong mountain, she lands at Camp Archimedes—a math camp!
Determined to prove herself to the other campers, she tackles a brain-teaser that’s supposed to be impossible—and solves it in a single day. But not everyone is happy about it . . . someone wants her out of camp at any cost, and starts leaving cryptic, threatening notes all over the camp’s grounds. Esther doesn’t know who to trust—will she solve this riddle before it’s too late?
Featuring tricky logic puzzles readers can solve along with the characters and starring a unique, smart, and crafty young heroine, this story has just the right mix of mystery, humor, and wit.
Hardcover, 272 pages
Expected publication: April 9th 2019 by Bloomsbury Children's Books
I'm a stay-at-home mom by day and a children's author by bedtime. I live with my husband and four kids in Layton, Utah, where I watch too much college football and look for my dead people online. I'm the author of THE SOUND OF LIFE AND EVERYTHING(G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, May 2015), DON'T VOTE FOR ME(Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, August 2015), and EARTH TO DAD (Capstone, Fall 2018) as well as the forthcoming THE MULTIPLYING MYSTERIES OF MOUNT TEN (Bloomsbury Children's, Winter 2019).
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