Author: Emily Gravett (and a lot of rabbits)
Publication Date: 2009
Category: Eccentric children's picture book about rabbits (not maths).
Who'll want to read it? Children learning to read and count, rabbit lovers, grownups.
Point of no return: The curious rabbit on the front cover.
Classic line: The whole book is a classic and I really must buy myself a copy.
What's it all about? It's a year in the life of "Fibonacci's Field" in which rabbits multiply each month. The book is set out like a calendar with a new problem each month such as "The lonely rabbit problem" in January, "The cold rabbit problem" in February, with suggestions to keep warm which lead right to "The baby rabbit problem" in March. There are lots of little books within this book including "Bunny's first month" and "The Carrot Cookery Book : Creative ways with carrots". I could probably spend an hour or two reading this book and it's booklets and still find new bits. I absolutely adore this book and just know parents and children will enjoy reading it together.
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books