See what happens to Jack when a wizard gives him two golden seeds and tells him to eat one and bury the other. Jack’s planting these seeds introduces children not only to the concept of multiplying but also investing in the future. As Jack reaps more and more abundant harvests, he marries and has a child. When a hurricane wipes out his crops, Anno is able to begin anew because ten golden seeds have been saved.
This enchanting tale entertwines literature, art and math concepts. Parents and teachers will reap rewards with this book. Why not stimulate interest in math by seeing mathematical concepts in an a enchanting “real world” storybook context? The beautiful illustrations alone tell the story. The youngest of your children too will be turning page after page.