The Terrific Times Tables Book

The Terrific Times Tables Book


By (author) Kate Petty, Illustrated by Jennie Maizels

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  • Publisher: The Bodley Head Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 14 pages
  • Dimensions: 228mm x 288mm x 18mm | 762g
  • Publication date: 23 April 1998
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0370324447
  • ISBN 13: 9780370324449
  • Sales rank: 108,319

Product description

Through flaps, pop-up wizardry and superb illustrations, this ingenious book explains how to to times tables effortlessly. Chant them; shout them; learn them. Enjoy them! Those all-important times tables have never been such a hoot! Packed with clear and entertaining examples, this book makes maths fun! From the creators of the mega-successful The Great Grammar Book!

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Author information

Kate Petty lived in Cornwall with her husband, Mike, before tragically dying from cancer in May 2007. She was both an extraordinary writer and an extraordinary person. The author of a number of novelty and pop-up books, including the innovative The Great Grammar Book and The Wonderful World Book, Kate was also involved in creating amazing books for the Eden Project children's book list. Jennie Maizels studied illustration at Central St Martin's School of Art and Design, and graduated in 1993. The Great Grammar Book by Kate Petty was Jennie's first children's book and has sold a quarter of a million copies. She is the illustrator of six other books in this pop-up series, including The Global Garden, The Super Science Book, The Wonderful World Book, The Magnificent Music Book, The Terrific Times Tables Book, The Perfect Pop-Up Punctuation Book, all by Kate Petty. She is also the author of Finger Food for Babies and Toddlers (Vermillion, 2003). Jennie lives in Hampshire with her husband and two children.

Review quote

"An interactive book to make learning times tables more fun than you ever thought possible" The Times