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What the community says about Beyond Infinity: A MatheMATTical Adventure
- "This is a book geared for education. A random choppy read for most people but does a good job of applying math in a way that is not obvious to problem. Could be a good education resource in schools, but not recommended for most adult looking for a good read. Best read as individual portions instead of in whole."
- "The content seems great for 12 year olds, but I doubt many preteens would be interested in reading a 300 page book nowadays. Still, it's a great book to encourage preteens to develop their reading muscle."
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in What are the best children's books"Beyond Infinity seems to sort of be a take on Harry Potter meets computers. It is imaginative and that in itself gets children wanting to learn as they indulge in the story. As I teacher though, I felt a bit lost on how I could incorporate this into my teaching and what grades it is best for. Still my 5th grade class seemed to not only enjoy it but actually learn from it and it gave us fun content to discuss. Lets face it, kids hate math, so if we have books like this to present to them that are interesting and fun and tell a good engrossing story, they are sure to learn."