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Children's LiteratureSimple text and full-color photographs illustrate the concept of graphing, which is the use of a chart that represents numbers as pictures, a key math concept. In this sturdily-bound book, a familiar classroom activity—a fundraising bake sale—is used to explain graphing, as well as to introduce two different types of graphs: the bar graph and pie chart. At the start of the book, kids are asked: how can they keep track of how much is sold? Readers are also shown how graphs make things easier to understand and compare. Includes a brief "words to know"/index, a complete word count of the text, and an intervention level ranking. A wonderful addition to classroom or library shelves. 2004, Yellow Umbrella Books/Capstone Press, Ages 6 to 8.