Children Non Fiction
Juan Sabia, Illustrations by Pablo Picyk
All languages except for Asian, Turkish, Czeck, Slovak, German
Juan Sabia is a Doctor in Mathematics and an enthusiast of puzzles, crosswords, experiments and books. He is also a writer of fiction, books and scientific articles.(June 19, 2017 turned 20,000 days and celebrated with great fanfare.)
How many noodles are in a bowl of soup? What is a light-year? Why are eggs sold by the dozen? What is special about the circle?
A fun afternoon with Uncle Juan will be enough for Marcos to discover that mathematics plays a very important role in the lives of all of us and is an exciting discipline.
With texts by Juan Sabia -Doctor in Mathematics and enthusiast of puzzles, crosswords, experiments and books-, and with illustrations by the great Pablo Picyk, this book is the third in Sopa de Ciencias, a collection designed to discover disciplines that are fascinating and are present in much of what we do every day ... even in the soup!
Recommended age: From 8 to 108 years