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Seventh grader Lennie Miller continues her math adventures in Night of the Eerie Equations, the third book in Robert Black's mathematical fiction series. This time a crew of TV ghost hunters has come to Bailey, Indiana, and it seems like they may find out about Lennie's ability to talk to vampires, wizards, and monsters. This will relieve Lennie from her responsibilities of "Pattern Finder," and she will no longer have to solve her invisible friends' math problems. Now she not only has to decide whether she should betray her friends or keep them safe, but she has to figure out a way to keep the ghost hunters from hunting for her.
Each chapter is filled with pre-algebra math problems. Robert Black says about his creative math puzzles: "Many 'word problems' don't make sense in real life. They never explain why you'd have sixty watermelons or why you want to give three-fifths of them to your friend. But in my books, the math problems come out of the situations the characters get into and the characters have reasons why they want to solve those problems."
Night of the Paranormal Patterns and Night of the Frightening Fractions are the previous novels in which Lennie goes on a series of adventures as she solves her monster friends' math problems.
Black has written two historical novels for Royal Fireworks Press: Liberty Girl, set in Baltimore during the First World War and based on his grandmother's real-life memories and Unswept Graves, set in 1890s' Chinatown in San Francisco to which two 21st century girls are magically transported and undergo terrifying experiences.
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Book Description Royal Fireworks Publishing, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M089824398X