Learn at home with help from The Wonder Years/Hallmark actress, math whiz, and New York Times bestselling author Danica McKellar using her acclaimed McKellar Math books! Bathtime will be squeaky clean and sneaky smart in this follow-up to Bathtime Mathtime that gives your toddler a head start on learning their shapes, all as a part of your daily at-home routine!
Bathtime, Mathtime 1, 2, 3. Want to find some shapes with me?
Shapes are all around us--just scrub up and see!
Danica McKellar uses her proven math success to give toddlers a head start on learning their shapes in this squeaky-clean bathtime read-aloud that shapes up to be a tubful of math fun!
About the Author
Danica McKellar is the New York Times bestselling author of groundbreaking math books, including Goodnight, Numbers, Ten Magic Butterflies, Bathtime Mathtime, Do Not Open This Math Book, and the middle school hit Kiss My Math, and is a summa cum laude graduate of UCLA with a degree in mathematics. She is also well known for her acting roles on The Wonder Years, The West Wing, and multiple Hallmark Channel movies, and as a quarterfinalist on Dancing with the Stars. She lives with her family in Los Angeles. Find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (and more) at @danicamckellar, and visit McKellarMath.com.
Alicia Padrón is known for her sweet characters and soft colors. She lives in Florida with her husband, two children, and dogs Lucy and Luna.
Praise for Danica McKellar's Ten Magic Butterflies:
"Parents may find this backyard fantasy a useful way to jump-start their children’s interest in math."
Praise for Danica McKellar's Goodnight, Numbers:
New York Times Bestseller!
"A similarly simple, quiet feel as Margaret Wise Brown's iconic Goodnight Moon...there is a lot to count on."
"The joys of counting combine with pretty art and homage to Goodnight Moon." —Kirkus Reviews
"McKellar brings her enthusiasm for mathematics to a younger crowd in this gentle and well-executed counting book." —Publishers Weekly
"A winner for bedtimes or storytimes focusing on counting." —School Library Journal