New Release Books by David A Adler

David A Adler is the author of Money Math (2019), I Know I'm a Witch (2012), The Fourth Floor Twins and the Skyscraper Parade (2012), Chanukah in Chelm (2012) and other 448 books.

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Money Math

release date: Jan 15, 2019
Money Math
This primer on money will change how you see addition and subtraction. What can a handful of coins get you? Well, it depends on how many you''ve got. . . . and what they are. In this fun introduction to American currency, a variety of past presidents introduce themselves and their denominations. You''ll learn who''s on each coin and bill, and what they''re worth-- and how many of one it takes to add up to another. Dollars, cents, and decimals are explained in accessible, kid-friendly language, with tons of examples and try-it-yourself problems and activities. The mathematical concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division become hands-on in this innovative math book from trusted duo David A. Adler and Edward Miller, whose award-winning collaborations have been helping students tackle complicated problems for years. After reading Money Math, kids will be confident with their pocket change! A Junior Library Guild Selection

I Know I'm a Witch

release date: Oct 01, 2012
I Know I'm a Witch
The heroine of this story is convinced that she is a real witch. After checking her calendar and noting that it is Aunt Ruby''s birthday, the girl predicts both a visit to the less-than-loved relative and that her cat won''t be allowed to go (without admitting that these events occur each year). For her next trick, the little witch prevents a thunderstorm (and disarmingly invokes her spells against a backdrop of clear blue skies, which in no way diminishes her feat). Her potion to make Aunt Ruby stop pinching cheeks and serving stale cookies is foiled when Aunt Ruby announces that she is not thirsty. With irrefutable logic, Adler''s witch stakes her claim to spells and enchantment that happen to be disguised as ordinary events. Children will be charmed by her arguments and by Stevenson''s childlike, colorful drawings, which lend a note of informal gaiety to this cute story. Ages 5-8.

The Fourth Floor Twins and the Skyscraper Parade

release date: Oct 01, 2012
The Fourth Floor Twins and the Skyscraper Parade
When a famous sculpture is stolen from the museum, two sets of twins team up to track down the thief.

Chanukah in Chelm

release date: Oct 01, 2012
Chanukah in Chelm
The people of Chelm have good hearts, great dreams, and very little sense. So when Mendel needs a table to hold the Chanukah menorah, his simple trip to the storage closet turns into a hilariously bungled quest.

Magic Money

release date: Oct 01, 2012
Magic Money
Something strange is happening at the mall! Can Herman "Houdini" Foster--a ten-year-old magician and near-genius--and his cousin, Janet crack the case? Young mystery mavens and aspiring magicians won''t be able to put down this easy-to-read, hard-to-solve whodunit! Includes step-by-step instructions for a thrilling magic trick.
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