Mixing just enough moldy-muck and goop-gas to bake a tasty cake, two friends wonder at the magic that turns four fourths into one full cup. Their lively banter and frantic measuring make fractional math fun and accessible. Adorably monstrous, with one horn, seven eyes, and two tails between them, the pair use clocks, cups, and spoons to add in quarters, halves, and wholes while anticipating the arrival of a crowd of surprising monster guests.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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