# Books about Fractions

There are so many wonderful books available today that address math concepts. Here are a handful of books about fractions!

## Fraction Fun by David Adler

A simple and fun way to teach kids about fractions using everything day items like money and pizza.

## If You Were a Fraction by Trisha Speed Shaskan

If you were a fraction you would be part of a whole! You could be part of a pizza or an apple or a pie. What else could you be part of?

## Apple Fractions by Jerry Pallotta

Fractions explained using apples!

## Give Me Half: Understanding Fractions by Stuart J. Murphy

Siblings share a lunch and discover how fun fractions (and sharing) can be!

## Fraction Action by Loreen Leedy

Miss Prime and her students have fun with fractions around the room.

## Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar Fractions Book by Jerry Pallotta

A chocolate bar is the perfect food to teach fractions

## Full House: An Invitation to Fractions by Dayle Ann Dodds

Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn. One night when the inn is full and Miss Bloom thinks all are in bed, she senses something is amiss. She goes downstairs and sees all the guests sharing ONE cake.  Student will love figuring out the math with this hilarious cast of characters.

## Pizza Counting by Christina Dobson

This book deals with all sorts of mathematical concepts- even fractions!

## Working with Fractions by David Adler

Fractions are EVERYWHERE! At the playground, at the dinner table and even at birthday parties! When wanting to get your fair share, fractions are there to help!

# Other books related to math concepts from BMTM:

## MathStart Books

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## One thought on “Book Mama: Books about Fractions”

1. What a great list and perfect for my oldest son, who’ll be working on equivalent fractions this year. I’ve pinned it to my Children’s Books board so I don’t forget what a great resource this is!