Edgar Allan Poe's Pie: Math Puzzlers in Classic Poems

Edgar Allan Poe's Pie:  Math Puzzlers in Classic Poems

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Harcourt Children's 2012
Mathematics Curriculum

“Whose underwear?! I wish I knew Who left these for me, all brand-new –“ Children’s Poet Laureate J. Patrick Lewis crafts a collection of poems that revolve around mathematical puzzles, playing on some of the poets’ most famous works. Although most kids won’t recognize the famous poems, or even the poets, the adults sharing the poems will. This has great potential as a read aloud.

(Edgar Allan Poe; Emily Dickinson; John Ciardi; Walt Whitman; William Carlos Williams; Langston Hughes; Robert Frost; Edward Lear; Lewis Carroll; Eleanor Farjeon; A.A. Milne; Ogden Nash; Shel Silverstein)

Recommended by: Alice Cyphers, Librarian, Pennsylvania USA

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