My Living Math bookshelf could use a little lightening. Here's one for a giveaway:

Pigs in the Corner, hardcover, ex-library in good condition.

Leave a comment with the title of your FAVORITE LIVING MATH BOOK. If you're not sure what a "living math book" is, you'll find some ideas here. I'll choose a winner at random on Sunday the 29th. Please leave a way to reach you or I'll need to pick an alternate winner. Sorry, but only U.S. shipping. Thanks for visiting! :) And thanks to Joyful Learner for alerting me to the Curriculum Clean-Out!

***It's Sunday, August 29, and the Giveaway is now closed. Thanks for entering. Winner is #22, Brandi!

I'm hoping I can participate as I do have a US Mailing Address :D

ReplyDeleteWe have many fav. Living Math Books, but one of our top favs, would be Count On Frank.

My favorite is Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream. 8 read it every year to my students and I can't wait to read it to our daughter. You can't ever have enough living math books! Count me in! No pun intended.

ReplyDeleteJoyfulearner at zoho dot com

My favorite book is "My Little Sister Ate One Hare." Thanks for the giveaway!

ReplyDeleteWe like the book Seaweed Soup!

ReplyDeleteWould love to win!! I have four boys who love to read and this would be excellent for my younger two.

ReplyDeleteThank you!!! Our favorite living math right now is LIFE OF FRED series...my oldest son just started and he is LOVING IT!!! Email: jaslinn77 {at} yahoo {dot} com

Hershey counting & fraction books! We live in US. THanks! llohr4@gmail.com

ReplyDeletemy favorite living math book is The Doorbell rang by Pat Hutchins.

ReplyDeleteI would have to choose Two Greedy Bears by Mirra Ginsburg.

ReplyDeleteWe love living books, but don't have any for math yet :(

ReplyDeleteThanks for a chance to get one!

mom2blu AT gmail DOT com

Centipede's 100 Shoes is a good one.

ReplyDeleteI guess the greedy Triangle is our favorite.

ReplyDeleteKatie

aclassofherown(at)gmail(dot)com

My favorite is "Missing Math" by Loreen Leedy. Hope I win :)

ReplyDeleteI love "Go Figure" - it's a new favorite.

ReplyDeleteThanks!

heidi@franticallysimple.com

As a kindergarten teacher by trade (and at heart), Inch by Inch by Leo Lionni it is!

ReplyDeleteJayme

jaymetrell@wildbluecoop.com

We've read and love so many but...Ours would have to be the hershey's fraction book! Thank you for the chance to win! I too LOVE chocolate! What woman doesn't right? :)

ReplyDeleteGa mom of 2x @ yahoo .com

I'm kind of new at picking out living books but I think this one would count. Sir Cumference and the First Round Table, A Math Adventure. Thank you!

ReplyDeletethewoods at usfamily dot net

We love the book "Just Enough Carrots" to help learn about more, less, and the same. Thanks!

ReplyDeletethegood3 at gmail dot com

We have not used living math books yet, but they look like fun.

ReplyDeleteHaving boys, Sir Cumference is one of our favorites!

ReplyDeleteElisa

elisa@craigandelisa.com

A recent favorite of ours is "The Dragon's Scales". I would love to incorporate more living math books, so I will be back to take notes from your wonderful list linked above. Thanks for the great giveaway! :)

ReplyDeleteOur favorite so far is Anno's Math Games!

ReplyDeleteWe really like "Each orange had 8 slices". Thank you for the chance to win.

ReplyDeleteI love any of the Sir Cumference books! Thanks for the giveaway!

ReplyDeleteI like the A grain of rice book

ReplyDeleteI am new to the world of living math books, but I am instantly hooked! Monster Math looks like one that my son would really enjoy. I am going to go subscribe to your blog now. Thank you for all your hard work! zekec886 AT yahoo DOT com

ReplyDeleteMy DD just learned the days of the week and is keeping up her perpetual calendar thanks to the awesome Very Hunger Caterpillar pop up book. OK, I splurged because Mom really wanted it. But DD loves it, too.

ReplyDeleteI LOVE books, and I especially LOVE math books. Let's see, my favorite living math book...hmm... The Mathematical Universe by William Dunham (for older readers than most of the books listed so far, but an excellent book).

ReplyDeleteDenise

letsplaymath(at)gmail(dot)com

Just got Inch by Inch for little one's birthday.

ReplyDeletessfulmer1 at bellsouth.net

We love living math books, too! Our favorites are the Penrose the Mathematical Cat books!

ReplyDeleteI have to choose just one??? I have many favorites - Spaghetti & Meatballs 4All is probably the most fav though....Thanks for the great posts!!

ReplyDeleteWe love living math books. Thanks for the chance!

ReplyDeleteamalliegater at gmail dot com

we like the book "caps for sale" to help us count, add and subtract.

ReplyDeleteOh we love the pig books...they're one of our favorite library check outs!! My son's favorite is Pigs in the Pantry where they make chili for a sick mama. It's inspired many a "cooking" session here!

ReplyDeletemlhwhite@gmail.com

Fun to find your blog and find more out about living math books (only something I'd heard about so far). Sounds like something we'd like to incorporate. Thanks for the chance and your helpful lists/info.

ReplyDeleteWe love all things Anno. One of our favorites is Annos magic seeds.

ReplyDeleteMy kids love The Button Box!

ReplyDeletetolsmamm at juno dot com

My kids love Centipede's One Hundred Shoes

ReplyDeleteandbjr at gmail dot com

OMG... Yes I know these books... They're GREAT! We don't have any... what a great giveaway! Gosh, I hope I win this!!! Any of them would be fantastic... Having a boy who loves knights, I think the Sir cumference books would be a delight. The Dragan Scales looks fun too!

ReplyDeletelifew_brody@iowatelecom.net

Very hard to choose just one... but Monster Math! I used it with my Kindergartners when I was teaching, now I am homeschooling.

ReplyDeletereese0923@hotmail.com

We have loved everything we have read by Anno.

ReplyDeleteI hadn't heard of living math books, but looking at your list The Silly Story of Goldie Locks and the Three Squares sounds very cute. I will be looking into this more.

ReplyDeletesteffanie771 at hotmail dot com

Grain of Rice is a favorite!

ReplyDeletejanemaritz at yahoo dot com

We like math for all seasons.

ReplyDeletelama24@gmail dot com