Reviews for Multiplication Made Easy
Horn Book Guide Reviews 2006 Spring
Though these books, illustrated with cartoon art, may not teach the uninitiated as well as they claim in their introductions, they clearly reinforce the basic principles of mathematics. Each book (except Word) lists key terms (e.g., factor, dividend). Reading list, websites. Ind. [Review covers these Making Math Easy titles: Addition Made Easy, Division Made Easy, Fractions and Decimals Made Easy, Multiplication Made Easy, Subtraction Made Easy, and Word Problems Made Easy.] Copyright 2006 Horn Book Guide Reviews.
School Library Journal Reviews 2006 January
Gr 1-4 -Each title includes plentiful color illustrations, sample problems that are highlighted by color print, and boxes with hints and suggestions to make problem-solving easier. The two-page chapters include clear explanations and easy-to-follow examples. The Internet sites are active and may be of further help to struggling math students. While children may not pick up these books on their own, they may be of benefit to homeschoolers or youngsters who need a little extra help.-Deanna Romriell, Salt Lake City Library, UT [Page 124]. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.