Coming soon: blog tour for Math Exchanges

August 31st, 2011

Copies of Kassia Omohundro Wedekind’s new book Math Exchanges are arriving in our warehouse right now. Order your copy today and take part in an upcoming blog tour where you can discuss ideas from the book and ask questions from the author!

The four-stop blog tour will begin October 3 and will take place at these great blogs:

Catching Readers Before They Fall hosted by Stenhouse authors Pat Johnson and Katie Keier

Our Camp Read-A-Lot hosted by first grade teacher Laura Komos

Reflect and Refine hosted by Stenhouse author and first grade teacher Cathy Mere

Elementary My Dear, Or Far From It, hosted by first grade teacher Jenny Orr

At each stop Kassia will answer questions and each blog will raffle off a copy of her book (or if you already have her book, your choice of any other Stenhouse book) among those who leave a comment or ask a question. If you order Math Exchanges between now and October 3, you will also receive free shipping on the Stenhouse website. Just use code MATHX.

Check back here for more news about the blog tour as we get closer to the date! After you have ordered your copy, make sure to also visit Kassia’s blog.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Blog Tour « Math Ex&hellip  |  September 9th, 2011 at 11:52 am

    […] you can choose to receive any of Stenhouse’s other books!)  Also, see Stenhouse’s post on the blog tour for a free shipping code  anyone who buys the book from now until October […]

  • 2. Poetry Friday: Numbers - &hellip  |  September 23rd, 2011 at 6:36 am

    […] and then head over to the Stenhouse site to preview the book online. Kassia will be embarking on a four-stop blog tour starting October […]

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