Peg + Cat: The Race Car Problem by Billy Aronson, Jennifer Oxley
  

Synopsis

Peg + Cat: The Race Car Problem by Billy Aronson, Jennifer Oxley

A high-energy picture book that brings a maths word problem to life! Fans of the TV series - airing on Tiny Pop in the UK - will race to this exuberant picture book. It's the day of the Tallapegga Twenty, and Peg and her trusty sidekick, Cat, must build a car from various items they find in the junkyard. When they arrive at the racetrack, they see that the other cars are much bigger and cooler than their own. They've got a really big problem! Will Peg and Cat be the first to complete 20 laps? To win, they'll have to use their maths skills - and remember not to give up, even when it seems as though they just can't win. On your marks, get set, go!

Reviews

With its in-built maths challenges and lots going on in the bright pictures, this book is likely to appeal particularly to those young readers and listeners who are somewhat mathematically inclined. Red Reading Hub

About the Author

Peg + Cat is the Emmy Award-winning animated TV series created by Jennifer Oxley and Billy Aronson and produced by the Fred Rogers Company.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Billy Aronson, Jennifer Oxley
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd November 2016

ISBN

9781406373806


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