This book will prove useful to parents and teachers of young children who consider mathematics a hair-pulling subject. The author's successful method of teaching mathematics by relating the flow of concepts and skills to contextual learning requires that ``every learner...simultaneously vocalize the response,'' thus insuring full participation in a classroom setting. The step-by-step procedures presented in each chapter will be most helpful to parents trying to remember exactly what they learned regarding fractions, decimals, and percentages. Recommended for academic libraries with teacher preparation curricula and for public libraries serving parents seeking active involvement in their childrens' education.-A.R. Huggins, Memphis State Univ. Libs., Tenn.