Joy Hulme’s Wild Fibonacci: Nature's Secret Code Revealed is delightfully different from other books on the subject because Hulme does not merely describe animals’ body parts and shapes which resemble the Fibonacci Spiral, she focuses upon teaching the reader about how these specifically shaped body parts are helpful for ensuring the animals’ survival.Read More
Tom Robinson’s Fibonacci Zoo picture book quaintly explains how the Fibonacci zoo is different from most; in addition to the usual interesting zoo animals, the pattern of the quantities of them comprise the Fibonacci number sequence. Robinson succeeds in teaching young audiences about the mathematical concept in such a way that it invites them to...Read More
Joseph D’Agnese portrays young Leonardo as a boy who daydreams about numbers; he also happens to be a genius, but he has humility, for he introduces himself with the nickname that is presumably what others may have cruelly called him.Read More
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