Malditas Matemáticas Alicia en el país de los Números
128 Pages 978-964-318-971-6
Mathematics is useful and, besides ..., very funny!
Alicia detests mathematics and thinks they are useless until one day a strange character, who turns out to be Lewis Carroll, takes her to know the Country of Numbers. In his fantastic journey he will live incredible adventures, such as facing the monster of the labyrinth and entering a forest of arborescent numbers.
24 selected stories based on Masnavi's which is an extensive poem written in Persian by Rumi (a 13th-century Persian Poet). Mathnavi-e Maanavi is the best known work of Rumi consisting of 24,660 couplets in seven books. Rumi includes multiple points of view that continually invite his readers to fall into “imaginative enchantment” .It includes popular stories from the local bazaar to fables and tales from his time. It also includes quotations from Holy Quran.The author has tried to simplify these poems for children to understand .