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by Wendy Lichtman


Eighth grade, like algebra, has become pretty complicated for Tess. Then there's the pattern of graffiti that keeps appearing on the wall by her school-could those numbers be a code meant for Tess?

Eighth grade, like algebra, has become pretty complicated for Tess. For one thing, there are the patterns she's noticing everywhere-like how ide Richard keeps playing scary pranks on her, and how annoying copycat Lynn always has to follow what everyone else is doing.

Wendy Lichtman's books should be required reading for middle school girls. She has a way of empowering girls with math and logical thinking skills, yet allows them to still become whoever they want. This sequel to SECRETS, LIES, AND ALGEBRA was every bit as good as the first book. Oct 01, 2017 Tess Hansen rated it liked it.

Do the Math - Wendy Lichtman

Do the Math - Wendy Lichtman. He knew that only one person in the city could figure out what he wrote, and that person did figure it out, but not until about six people were already dead. The graffiti wall is the back of the church that faces Twenty-seventh Street, and you can see it from the yard, but the only way to get there is to go through the garden and under the hole in the fence, and you’re not allowed to do either of those things. From too close behind me, I heard Richard’s voice.

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by Wendy Lichtman For one thing, there are the patterns she's noticing everywhere-like how ide Richard keeps playing scary pranks on her, and how annoying copycat Lynn.

For one thing, there are the patterns she's noticing everywhere-like how ide Richard keeps playing scary pranks on her, and how annoying copycat Lynn always has to follow what everyone else is doing.

Wendy Lichtman writes personal essays for the Washington Post, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Good Housekeeping, among other national publications. Do the Math The Writing on the Wall. She has also written four previous young adult novels, including Do the Math: Secrets, Lies, and Algebra. She holds a degree in mathematics and has tutored public-school students in algebra for several years. When she decided to write about a teenage girl who realizes that some questions have more than one right answer, algebra, with its unknowns and variables, seemed a perfect metaphor.

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2008) (The second book in the Do the Math series) A novel by Wendy Lichtman. Then there's the pattern of graffiti that keeps appearing on the wall by her school - could those numbers be a code meant for Tess?

2008) (The second book in the Do the Math series) A novel by Wendy Lichtman. Eighth grade, like algebra, has become pretty complicated for Tess. For one thing, there are the patterns she's noticing everywhere - like how ide Richard keeps playing scary pranks on her, and how annoying copycat Lynn always has to follow what everyone else is doing. Then there's the pattern of graffiti that keeps appearing on the wall by her school - could those numbers be a code meant for Tess? Is it up to her to find out what they mean? And most importantly, if Damien keeps up with.

Eighth grade, like algebra, has become pretty complicated for Tess. For one thing, there are the patterns she's noticing everywhere—like how charming-on-the-outside Richard keeps playing scary pranks on her, and how annoying copycat Lynn always has to follow what everyone else is doing. Then there's the pattern of graffiti that keeps appearing on the wall by her school—could those numbers be a code meant for Tess? Is it up to her to find out what they mean? And most importantly, if Damien keeps up with his pattern of waiting for her after school, does it mean he likes her? Or is that just a coincidental system?

Tess looks for formulas to help her figure it all out, but she's afraid there may be none. Sometimes you have to make up your own solutions.

Sometimes, you just have to risk it.

Shakagul
I read this book that my daughter bought as well as the previous book containing the same characters. Both were enjoyable!!!
Bladebringer
This book is an excelent read for the middle school student. It talks about math and real life!
I used this book in a class for my Masters degree. It is a great way to connect with students about math on their level.
HyderCraft
I had fallen in love with this book. I picked it up and I couldn't stop. That's what i remember. I finished it in 3 hours. If you're in middle school or 9th grade you >>>>>____gotto___<<<<< read this book. Thanks to the author. I would be so happy if she wrote a 3rd book.
GAZANIK
The eight grade math teacher and I are going to use this book for Reading month to read aloud during warm up time. It contains lots of math vocabulary and explains some basic concepts in the in a fun mystery.
Lilegha
Do the math books are a the best books I've ever read. I think you will like these books if you are 10 -15.
Broadcaster
This was a wonderful book the best book I have ever read especially about math it contrasted evenly with math
Jockahougu
I liked the book and it read well, though at time was not realistic. Well written book for secondary school students that incorperates math
Tess isn't really looking forward to her second semester of 8th grade. After making enemies last semester with Richard, Tess knows that life won't be enjoyable. Her suspicions are confirmed when she finds that Richard tore entries out of her journal, stole her backpack and even squirted cranberry juice on her sweatshirt. The only things Tess can look forward to each day is hanging out with her friends and going to Algebra, her favorite class of the day. On the way to school one day Tess notices a set of math problems painted on the big graffiti wall behind a nearby church and her math obsessed brain starts to churn. Could these problems possibly be a code? When there is a fire in the computer lab at school Tess definitely thinks she's onto something and hopes to crack the graffiti code. Even though she knows she could get in trouble, will Tess risk writing on the wall to solve the problem?

First of all I was a little skeptical of the book. While it was cool that Tess was a math geek, like me, I wasn't sure I would like the book because it appealed to a younger audience and I hadn't read the first book in the series, Secrets, Lies and Algebra. Wow was I proved wrong! I enjoyed every aspect of the book and ended up really, really liking it. It was completely unnecessary to read the first book and very easy to relate to Tess. I was always anxious to read what was coming next and wasn't able to predict anything. I especially enjoyed how real the novel was. The ending wasn't perfect, the characters weren't exempt from certain situations, and the characters were completely enjoyable. I highly recommend this book for all reader, but I think middle grade readers will particularly enjoy Writing on the Walls. All in all a really good book that will satisfy a hunger for mystery, humor, a little romance, or maybe all three.
Do the Math #2: The Writing on the Wall ebook
Author:
Wendy Lichtman
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Greenwillow Books (June 24, 2008)
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