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The latest title from dual-CBCA Honour Award recipient Lorna Hendry.

Graphs are a key component of mathematics. They can help us make sense of potentially complicated information, and have practical applications in our everyday lives. Join our maths mutts as they learn all about the wonderful world of Graphs!

This is the first in an exciting new series taking a fun and engaging look at key mathematical concepts, and how these can be applied in everyday life. Planned titles include Angles, Time, Chance, Dimensions and Money.
 

Lorna is a freelance creative artworker, project manager, writer and editor with over 20 years' experience in corporate publishing. She is the author of numerous Wild Dog books, including Endangered: Penguins, CloseUp: Senses, Body Parts: The Eyes, The Ears, The Mouth, The Nose and The Skin, Oz Animals: Kangaroos and one-off titles The Brainy Book, The Gigantic Book of Genes, The Numbers Book, Left & Right, The Giant Book of Germs and The Massive Book of Maps.

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