Mom, what time do I weigh? << Back

A brilliant nonfiction book that explains the notions of measurement to young readers through a comic strip. 

What can be measured? How and with what instruments? What’s the point? So many questions that children ask about numbers, units of measurement and instruments ... Supported by the unique humor that characterizes Yves Dumont, the words used by Anne-Laure Jousse explain in detail how to calculate the weight of an elephant or the total water capacity of a bathtub. The author tells us whether we should use a meter or a height gauge to measure ourselves, if we can count the number of steps that separates us from New York, or if we can read the time on a thermometer and also the purpose of calendars! 



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  • Author: Anne-Laure Jousse
  • Illustrator: Yves Dumont
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dimensions: 200 x 260 mm
  • Pages: 32
  • Reader's Age: 3-6 | 6-8
  • Category: Children | Teaching & Learning Books
  • Publication Status: Published
  • Edition: Second
  • Publication Date: 01-03-2019
  • ISBN: 978-2-2924309-46-9
  • Available Languages: Basque | Catalan... Check List
  • Original Language: French
  • Publication Country: Canada
  • Publisher: Éditions de l Isatis
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