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1: One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich - Sozhenitsyn,

1: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Kesey

2: A Tale of Two Cities - Dickens

3: The Three Musketeers - Dumas

5: Slaughterhouse 5 - Kurt Vonnegut, The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Alborn

6: Six of One - Rita Mae Brown

7: Seven Types of Ambiguity - Elliot Perlman

8: The Eight - Katherine Neville

9: Nine Tomorrows - Asimov

11: Eleven - Highsmith

12: Twelve Red Herrings by Jeffrey Archer

15: Dick Sand, or: A Captain at Fifteen - Verne

20: "Twenty Years After" by Alexandre Dumas

22: Catch-22 (Joseph Heller)

23: The Twenty-Three Days of the City of Alba: Stories - Fenolgio

31: 31 Songs - Nick Hornby

39: The 39 Steps - John Buchan

45: "The Forty-Five Guardsmen" by Alexandre Dumas

46: Forty-Six Years in the Army by John McAllister Schofield

49: "The Crying of Lot 49" by Thomas Pynchon

52: Fifty-Two Days by Camel - Lawrie Raskin

69: Scandinavian September Sixty-Nine - Bennett Lear Fairorth

78: Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom - Rachel Pollack

80: Around the World in 80 Days - Verne

89: The 89th Kitten - Eleanor Nilsson

99: God Has Ninety-Nine Names - Judith Miller

100: One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

100: 100 Selected Poems by E. E. Cummings - E. E. Cummings

365: Andy Warhol 365 Takes: The Andy Warhol Museum Collection - Staff of Andy Warhol Museum

451: Fahrenheit 451 - Bradbury

500: The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubb - Dr. Seuss

1000: 1,000 Places to See Before You Die - Patricia Schultz

1001: 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die - Steven Jay Schneider (Editor)

1984: Nineteen Eighty-Four - Orwell

1985: 1985 - Burgess

10,000: Illustrated 10,000 Dreams Interpreted: An Illustrated Guide to Unlocking the Secrets of Your Dreamlife - Gustavus Hindman Miller

20,000: 20,000 Leagues under the Sea - Jules Verne

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Exploring Mathematics Through Literature: Articles and Lessons for Prekindergarten Through Grade 8
by Diane ThiessenSearch for Diane Thiessen
$38.95
$14.00 new/used

This collection of articles and lessons provides classroom examples of how to use children's literature to teach mathematics effectively in prekindergarten through eighth grade. The articles focus on five content strands number and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, and data analysis and probability and describe how the different authors have used specific books to help their students learn mathematics. Most of the articles involve communication, problem solving, representation, and reasoning, and some of them address connections. Helpful teacher notes indicate the grade range, topic, literature selection featured in the lesson, materials needed, discussion of the mathematics, and questions for students. Blackline masters of recording sheets are also included for most lessons.
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Mathematics in Twentieth-Century Literature and Art: Content, Form, Meaning
by Robert TubbsSearch for Robert Tubbs
$29.95
$16.75 new/used

During the twentieth century, many artists and writers turned to abstract mathematical ideas to help them realize their aesthetic ambitions. Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, and, perhaps most famously, Piet Mondrian used principles of mathematics in their work. Was it mere coincidence, or were these artists simply following their instincts, which in turn were ruled by mathematical underpinnings, such as optimal solutions for filling a space? If math exists within visual art, can it be found within literary pursuits? In short, just what is the relationship between mathematics and the creative arts?

In this provocative, original exploration of mathematical ideas in art and literature, Robert Tubbs argues that the links are much stronger than previously imagined and exceed both coincidence and commonality of purpose. Not only does he argue that mathematical ideas guided the aesthetic visions of many twentieth-century artists and writers, Tubbs further asserts that artists and writers used math in their creative processes even though they seemed to have no affinity for mathematical thinking.

In the end, Tubbs makes the case that art can be better appreciated when the math that inspired it is better understood. An insightful tour of the great masters of the last century and an argument that challenges long-held paradigms, Mathematics in Twentieth-Century Literature and Art will appeal to mathematicians, humanists, and artists, as well as instructors teaching the connections among math, literature, and art.


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Reading Comprehenion in Varied Subject Matter: Book 4 : Social Studies, Literature, Mathematics, Sciience, The Arts, Philosophy, Logic, and Language, Combined Subjects
by Jane ErvinSearch for Jane Ervin
$12.15
$0.95 new/used

This popular series offers nonfiction reading passages with comprehension questions on a variety of subjects for students in second grade through junior high school and beyond. Topics and questions pr
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Literature-Based Activities for Integrating Mathematics with Other Content Areas, Grades 6-8
by Robin A. WardSearch for Robin A. Ward
$37.99
$35.60 new/used

This book provides easy-to-implement, literature-based activities that connect standards-based grades 6-8 mathematics lessons with concepts derived from science, social studies, and the arts standards.  

  • Presents a matrix of activities listing the literature used for each activity and the Mathematics concepts covered as well as concepts covered for the other content areas.
  • Includes overviews of the children?s literature accompany each activity.
  • Integrates National Content Standards (NCTM, NSES, NCSS, NAEA) within each activity that support standards-based instruction.
  • Guides teachers to implement each activity and assess students? learning successfully with s tep-by-step descriptions .
  • Features re producible worksheets for activities that require recording or written response, saving teachers time when incorporating an activity into lessons.
  • Contains assessment tools and rubrics in the Appendix.

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New Visions for Linking Literature and Mathematics
by David J. Whitin, Phyllis Whitin
$35.95
$0.49 new/used

The authors of this book offer teachers of grades K-6 a wealth of ideas for integrating literature and mathematics, including specific criteria for evaluating mathematics-related books; practical discussions about books and strategies for introducing them to children; a close look at problem posing and book pairs as effective strategies for engaging all students; explicit connections made to mathematics and English language arts standards; sidebars of extension activities and text sets; and an annotated list of the best mathematics-related literature available. Each chapter discusses a range of books and classroom applications to show how teachers can integrate such books into the curriculum to meet school objectives in language arts and mathematics.
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The I Hate Mathematics! Book (A Brown Paper School Book)
by Marilyn BurnsSearch for Marilyn Burns
$15.99
$0.01 new/used

Events, gags, magic tricks, and experiments to change one from a mathematical weakling into a mathematical heavyweight.
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Literature-Based Activities for Integrating Mathematics with Other Content Areas 3-5
by Robin A. WardSearch for Robin A. Ward
$37.99
$1.56 new/used

This book provides easy-to-implement, literature-based activities that connect standards-based grades 3-5 mathematics lessons with concepts derived from science, social studies, and the arts standards.

  • Presents a matrix of activities listing the literature used for each activity and the Mathematics concepts covered as well as concepts covered for the other content areas.
  • Includes overviews of the children?s literature accompany each activity.
  • Integrates National Content Standards (NCTM, NSES, NCSS, NAEA) within each activity that support standards-based instruction.
  • Guides teachers to implement each activity and assess students? learning successfully with s tep-by-step descriptions .
  • Features re producible worksheets for activities that require recording or written response, saving teachers time when incorporating an activity into lessons.
  • Contains assessment tools and rubrics in the Appendix.

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Mathematics: (French Literature)
by Jacques RoubaudSearch for Jacques Roubaud
$14.95
$3.75 new/used

Longtime Oulipo member Jacques Roubaud's homage to one of the great passions of his life: mathematics...


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