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Matt and Bibi unravel a pattern to discover a lost city The Zills are visiting Peru to study the mysterious lost city of Quwi when Matt and Bibi stumble into an adventure. With only each other, their faithful dog Riley, and an unusual ancient relic to guide them, the twins must use their understanding of patterns and sequences to locate the lost city--and the way back. Thi Matt and Bibi unravel a pattern to discover a lost city The Zills are visiting Peru to study the mysterious lost city of Quwi when Matt and Bibi stumble into an adventure. With only each other, their faithful dog Riley, and an unusual ancient relic to guide them, the twins must use their understanding of patterns and sequences to locate the lost city--and the way back. This companion to Mummy Math is a pattern-packed adventure in math that's perfect for young readers.


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Matt and Bibi unravel a pattern to discover a lost city The Zills are visiting Peru to study the mysterious lost city of Quwi when Matt and Bibi stumble into an adventure. With only each other, their faithful dog Riley, and an unusual ancient relic to guide them, the twins must use their understanding of patterns and sequences to locate the lost city--and the way back. Thi Matt and Bibi unravel a pattern to discover a lost city The Zills are visiting Peru to study the mysterious lost city of Quwi when Matt and Bibi stumble into an adventure. With only each other, their faithful dog Riley, and an unusual ancient relic to guide them, the twins must use their understanding of patterns and sequences to locate the lost city--and the way back. This companion to Mummy Math is a pattern-packed adventure in math that's perfect for young readers.

30 review for Patterns in Peru: An Adventure in Patterning

  1. 4 out of 5

    Congetta

    This book really frustrated my son as he felt she purposely made the boy look stupid. He said he feels the same way when authors make girls look stupid and he is not sure why they do it. The book was unrealistic, but the point was illustrating patterns. The patterns were interesting but the story didn’t capture us.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katarina

    *MULTICULTURAL This book was a great read. It was a thrilling story about a magic tunic that led two kids to a hidden world. Very fun and exposed children to South American culture. DRA: 14 Lexile: 250 Presentation and organization. Good story with great flow.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Good kid's book using find the pattern. Good kid's book using find the pattern.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Megan Skyrm

    This is a good book for exploring patterns.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    This is an interesting book for kids in elementary to middle school.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christine Turner

    Not in system -- May 3 2021

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    We LOVED this book! My kids ask me to read it several times a day. It has an exciting storyline and weaves patterns into mystery solving. After reading it I've caught my 5 year old making patterns of her own. And I love that it takes place in a different country and teaches new words (all the kids stuffed horses are now Guanacos). I think this is my new favorite kids' book about a math concept. We LOVED this book! My kids ask me to read it several times a day. It has an exciting storyline and weaves patterns into mystery solving. After reading it I've caught my 5 year old making patterns of her own. And I love that it takes place in a different country and teaches new words (all the kids stuffed horses are now Guanacos). I think this is my new favorite kids' book about a math concept.

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    Neem

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    Larissa

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