Quickly, I spotted my first fraud. “That 3/21,” I said. “It’s really a 1/7, isn’t it?” I pointed my Reducer at the fraction and dialed a 3. Both the numerator and the denominator were divided, and now I had a 1/7 before me, as I suspected.
Published by Charlesbridge, the book is written by Edward Einhorn, copyright 2014, and illustrated by David Clark, copyright 2014.
Fractions are taught early, generally beginning in 3rd grade, but this book is great for all students for its imaginative story and color drawings. I borrowed it and two similar books from Alexander (8).