Journey through the World of Numbers

A onederful trek thorugh the number sets

Journey through the World of Numbers

Imagine that a digit dares himself to go traveling. 

In Journey through the World of Numbers, author-teacher Jeremiah Dyke shows us  what such an adventure might be like. rio.

In this delightful story, with a large illustration on every page, the 'wonderful number' 1 meets other numbers and learns all about the various sets of numbers:  Natural Numbers, Whole Numbers. Integers, Irrational, Rational and Real Numbers.

Reading about this imaginative journey, children learn key concepts in number theory. Suggested questions at the end of the eBook encourage reflection about the nature of numbers.

The 47-page eBook, published by Singing Turtle Press (Algebra Survival Guide and Workbook) is lavishly illustrated by UK artist Paul Wrangles. The illustrations depict a charming world of pure numbers, and engage the student’s curiosity as to whether the world of numbers is real, imaginary, or something altogether different.


Jeremiah Dyke of Strasburg, VA Jeremiah Dyke is a math professor at Lord Fairfax Community College where he teaches Statistics & Developmental Mathematics. He is author of Surviving The Trenches of Education. Dyke promotes a hands-on approach to teaching mathematics at his blog Dyke also is homeschooling his two sons, and enjoys crossbow hunting, fishing, pipe tobacco, hot tea, technology, and brewing his own ale. He lives in Virginia with his family and two pugs.

Paul Wrangles Paul Wrangles is from Swansea, in the United Kingdom. He has ten years' experience teaching in primary schools and enjoys inspiring pupils with his website: Sparky Teaching, at Paul is currently finishing the first book that he has both written and illustrated, a set of math resources for livening up the teaching of word problems called 'We Have a Problem!'

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