Friendly jack-o'-lantern faces line up on the cover of this book and invite you to enjoy some holiday fun. Readers can expect to learn about fractions, a part of math that can be difficult. Nevertheless, information offered here pertains to everyday life and makes learning about fractions easy. Slicing a cake, dividing a sectioned candy bar, and cutting pieces in a pumpkin pie are some of the ways fractions are shown visually. Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year's, Valentine's Day, and a few national holidays are covered. Photos support the text and show fractions in a clear-cut way. The glossary words "denominator" and "numerator" are defined after readers have had the opportunity to see several fractions. This book is one in the "Math All Around" series. The priority of the whole series is to show how math fits into the everyday world and the finished product does this well. Add the entire series to elementary classrooms and make math fun.