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Joy N. Hulme's lifelong love affair with learning has inspired her to encourage the same passion in children everywhere. She is the author of the acclaimed Sea Squares, illustrated by Carol Schwartz.Visit Hulme at http: //joynhulme.com/ Lizzy Rockwell is an illustrator whose work has appeared in magazines, on book jackets, and in children's books. She studied art at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and has taught illustration there. Lizzy is also the author and illustrator of Good Enough to Eat: A Kid's Guide to Food and Nutrition, Hello Baby!, and The Busy Body Book: A Kid's Guide to Fitness.
K-Gr 1-This easy-to-read rhyming story introduces the concept of fractions as a girl shares snacks with her family and friends. Mary Clare splits a pear in half for her and her brother, a muffin in thirds for her classmates, and a pizza cut into eight slices. Each time, a different food is divvied up in a different location. Readers see the whole, then the parts, and then the "re-wording" into "One-third for you and you and me!," and so on. The story ends with Mary Clare inviting her friends to share in her birthday celebration. The clear, attractive artwork is a big plus in this simple but useful title that highlights fractions, friendship, and sharing.-Susan Lissim, Dwight School, New York City Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.