Wild Fibonacci

Fibonacci books for kids teach about the fascinating and beautiful mathematical patterns found in the natural world in objects such as flowers and shells.

Champions of Mathematics by John Hudson Tiner, pgs. 27-31

Champions of Mathematics by John Hudson Tiner, pgs.

The Joy of Mathematics by Theoni Pappas, in TAL

The Joy of Mathematics: discovering mathematics all around you by Theoni Pappas; First published in Subjects: Mathematics, Popular works, Miscellanea

Rabbits, Rabbits Everywhere by Ann McCallum

Fishpond Australia, Rabbits Rabbits Everywhere: A Fibonacci Tale by Gideon Kendall Ann McCallum. Buy Books online: Rabbits Rabbits Everywhere: A Fibonacci Tale, ISBN Gideon Kendall Ann McCallum

Blockhead: The Life of Fibonacci

As a young boy in medieval Italy, Leonardo Fibonacci thought about numbers night and day. He was such a daydreamer that people called him a blockhead. However, when he grows up, he becomes a brilliant mathematician who discovers the Fibonacci sequence.

Growing Patterns

What's the biggest mathematical mystery in nature? The pattern creeps up in the most unexpected places. It's clear that math holds secrets to nature and that nature holds secret numbers.

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