A fun and educational read the entire family will enjoy.
Sir Cumference and Lady Di are throwing a surprise party for King Arthur, but they have so many guests that they don't know how many meals to serve.
Very good. Honoring and encouraging other people is strongly upheld.
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The only book in this series that doesn't deal with geometry, Sir Cumference and All the King's Tens teaches basic place value, as well as multiplication by tens, in a quick and fun way. Though the plot is not as adventuresome as most of the other books in the series, it is age-appropriate.