*Young
Math*

**The Crowell Young
Math books are about 34 pages each and were first published between 1970
and 1978. Now out-of-print, they are an excellent introduction to mathematics
and expand concepts to the limits of a young child's understanding. For early
elementary through junior high. **

**Each book starts
out simply and builds on that foundation to create books that inspire and challenge.**

**During the 1970's
the publisher wrote as follows:**

**"Using an imaginative
new aproach to basic principles, these books invite the very young reader to
explore, to understand, and to enjoy mathematics. Lively, accurate texts and
pictures show clearly the relationships and patterns of things and numbers that
are the foundations of modern mathematical concepts....These books are designed
to enrich the child's knowledge of mathematics. Some of them deal with topics
not ordinarily taught in school. Some extend ideas that are taught in school.
All of them stimulate the child to be actively involved in mathematics."**

*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

**42 books in the series**

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