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Theodosia Browning investigates a Charleston steeped in tradition and treachery

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True love deserves a second chance . . . .

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Shocking evidence hits close to home...


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Also by Danica McKellar:

Girls Get Curves, August 2012
Hot X, August 2010
Kiss My Math, July 2009
Paperback (reprint)
Kiss My Math, August 2008
Math Doesn't Suck, August 2007

Kiss My Math
Danica McKellar

Showing Pre-Algebra Who's Boss

Hudson Street Press
August 2008
On Sale: August 5, 2008
352 pages
ISBN: 1594630496
EAN: 9781594630491
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From the author of the runaway bestseller Math Doesn’t Suck, the next step in the math curriculum-- pre-Algebra.

Last year, actress and math genius Danica McKellar made waves nationwide, challenging the “math nerd” stereotype—and giving girls the tools to ace tests and homework in her unique just-us-girls style. Now, in Kiss My Math, McKellar empowers a new crop of girls—7th to 9th graders—taking on the next level of mathematics: pre-Algebra.

Stepping up not only the math, but also the sass and style, Kiss My Math will help math-phobic teenagers everywhere chill out about math, and finally “get” negative numbers, variables, absolute values, exponents, and more. Each chapter features:

• Step-by-step instruction
• Time-saving tips and tricks
• Illuminating practice problems with detailed solutions
• Real-world examples
• True stories from Danica’s own life as a student and actress

Kiss My Math also includes more fun extras--including personality quizzes, reader polls, and real-life testimonials-- ultimately revealing why pre-Algebra is easier, more relevant, and more glamorous than girls think.

Media Buzz

Katie - December 18, 2013
Today - December 17, 2008
Jimmy Kimmel Live - August 21, 2008
Jimmy Kimmel Live - August 8, 2008
Talk of the Nation - August 8, 2008
Good Morning America - August 6, 2008


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