About this item
Based on the popular TV series by Johnny Ball, Think of a Number encourages readers to enjoy numbers. Inside, the reader will find jokes, puzzles and things to make and do with numbers.
Written in a reader-friendly way and complete with photos and illustrations, Johnny Ball tells readers where numbers came from, their uses and what we would do without them.
The book is in very good condition - the only real signs of wear are the bumping to its hardboards from shelf storage. Internally, all pages are free of any damage.
Ideal for all those people who want to take a nostalgic look back at this iconic children's science show from the late 70s/early 80s.
- Ball, Johnny.
- Used: very good
- Number of pages:
Delivery & returns
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Outside Europe: £9.73
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