Here is what others are saying about Whole-y Cow!...

Recognized for a 2011 Preferred Choice Award in the Educational Storybooks category.
- Creative Child Awards Program,

Honored as one of the Best Books of 2010 in the Primary Reading category.
- Albany City Area Reading Council,

"This appealing book makes a potentially difficult concept a lot of fun. Souders introduces both the concepts of parts of a whole and parts of a group. She uses a cow to help explain fractions with inviting pictures that match the rhyming text beautifully. Answers to the posed questions appear at the back. The last spread contains many elements to practice the math."
- Loreli. E. Stochaj, School Library Journal, Franklin School, NJ

"For kids who are intimidated by fractions and for parents who have trouble explaining it in easy-to-understand language, this book will be a big hit!"
- Emily Manning, Advisory Board

"Whole-y Cow is a cute and clever approach to teaching a potentially confusing concept."
- The Best Children's

"I recommend this book to anyone whose child is struggling with the concept of fractions, as a fun and non-threatening way to engage them. I would also recommend this book for someone just beginning to introduce fractions, as a preemptive strike against the frustration that often does occur with children over fractions!" [Read more...]
- Kim Kargbo, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC, December 2010

"My son's first grade teacher said that they are going to begin with fractions this year. My son loves math, so I thought he would love this book. At first he thought it looked too babyish for him and he didn't want to read it. But mom is usually right, and when he did read it, he enjoyed it. We laughed along together at some of the silly illustrations and situations, and he liked using his brain to try to figure out the fractions. By the end of the book, he really got the idea of how to figure out the top part and the bottom part of a fraction. Great book!"
- Jennifer Donovan,, CT

"Parents and teachers alike will thoroughly enjoy reading this book to their children. The author has a true gift for integrating the core concepts of fractions with an imaginative story, and the illustrations are such that students will be captivated and enchanted. This is a book that will be read and re-read for both enjoyment and academic enrichment."
- Rod Morris, Elementary Principal (25 yrs), TX

"After reading this delightful book, my children think fractions ARE fun! The rhymes and illustrations in this book are fabulous! It is a great introduction to fractions for beginners, while still entertaining for the more advanced student. Whole-y Cow! Fractions Are Fun would be a wonderful addition to any home or classroom."
- Cheryl Fortenberry, Homeschool Mom, GA

"What a cute book and gorgeous illustrations! Linking mathematics and children's literature is a proven practice that engages children and inspires the love of math. Whole-y Cow is a delightful standards-based addition to the body of children's literature in mathematics."
- Beth Sharpe, Ed.D., Principal – Heathrow Elementary, FL

"As a former kindergarten teacher, I was always looking for fun primary books to teach fractions and this would definitely be part of my math collection if I was still in the classroom. What a fun and colorful way to teach fractions to kids! What a great book!"
- Nancy Urban, Assist. Principal, English Estates Elementary, FL

"Whole-y Cow will be a blessing for those children (and adults!) who need relief from the angst that can develop over a fractions workbook. This book could easily provide a springboard to understanding by unleashing laughter over a topic so often fraught with tears and frustration. Parents, teachers, and librarians will enjoy it as a read-aloud with rhymes and giggle-worthy situations."
- Carol McCrea, Media Specialist (Ret.), Orange Co. Public Schools, FL

"Whole-y Cow is a wonderful book with rhyming text that invites children to join the "whole" cow for a fun-filled day. The colorful illustrations are delightfully detailed and invite the reader into the story as they emphasize the math concept of simple fractions. Media specialists and teachers will want to add the book to their shelves."
- Nancy Pierce, Media Specialist, Seminole Co. Public Schools, FL

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