Alan Turing's Number Games for Kids by Barder, Gemma

Alan Turing's Number Games for Kids

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Young puzzlers can put their math skills to the test with this brain-boosting activity book, inspired code-cracking hero Alan Turing.

Published in association with the Turing Trust, this illustrated full-color puzzle book has been specially designed to intrigue, challenge, and inspire young readers. Alan Turing appears as a character in the book, popping up with extra number problems or secret codes to challenge readers to think a little bit harder.

- Mathematical mazes
- Pattern recognition puzzles
- Times tables-themed games
- Clever counting conundrums.

Supporting STEM learning, these activities invent new ways to aid math learning outside the classroom. Guaranteed to provide hours of entertainment for children aged 7+.

Sales of this book support the work of The Turing Trust, the charity set up by Alan's family in his memory to provide much-needed computers to schools in Africa, thereby celebrating his legacy in computer development.

ABOUT THE SERIES: Alan Turing Puzzles It Out brings together a variety of brain training puzzle books, inspired by the ingenious World War II codebreaker Alan Turing. Young readers can follow in his footsteps by solving these head-scratching conundrums.

Author: Gemma Barder
Publisher: Arcturus Editions
Published: 03/07/2023
Pages: 96
Binding Type: Paperback
Series: Alan Turing Puzzles It Out #4
Weight: 0.50lbs
Size: 7.50h x 7.20w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9781398825376
Audience: Ages 9-12

About the Author

Gemma Barder is an author and editor living in South Leicestershire with her husband, two daughters and a mischievous cocker spaniel. She has written activity books, novels and picture books.

Gareth Conway graduated from The Surrey Institute of Art and Design with a degree in animation. He has worked on several successful children's animated television as well as illustrating books. Gareth lives in Devon with his wife and daughter who are his biggest inspiration and harshest critics in equal measure.