Spider and the Candy LadySpider wants to help the candy lady......
Spider and the Candy Lady
Written by Young-so Yu
Illustrated by Ji-yea Han
A spider goes into a candy store and guesses correctly who will buy what kind of candy. The spider researched the data and came up with the statistics. Then it guessed based on probability and statistics.
Elementary math concepts that relate to ordering, classifying, and organizing data to help predict future outcomes expand this tasty story about business patterns in a candy store.
- $16.95(CAN $19.95)
- ISBN 978-1-939248-07-7
- (Size : 10″ x 10″)
This picture book helps children learn about mathematical concepts through a colorful and entertaining story.
Math concepts explored may include:
- Understanding math concepts
- Classifying and statistics
- Placing in order, complex classification, organizing data, and predicting future outcomes
About the Author - Young-so Yu
Young-so Yu studied Korean language and literature at Sungshin Women’s University in Seoul, Korea, where she also completed studies for a master’s degree. Young-so won the Original Children’s Book Award from MBC, a Korean broadcasting company. She has written many children’s books.
About the Illustrator - Ji-yea Han
Ji-yea Han graduated with a bachelor’s degree in printmaking from Chugye University for the Arts in Seoul, Korea. She was the gold prize winner of the Korean Publishing Arts Exhibition in 2000. Ji-yea has illustrated many children’s books.