Bedtime Math Book Launches Today

Here's your nightly math! Just 5 quick minutes of number fun for kids and parents at home. Read a cool fun fact, followed by math riddles at different levels so everyone can jump in. Your kids will love you for it.

Bedtime Math Book Launches Today

June 25, 2013

It’s a very exciting week here with the launch of the Bedtime Math book. The Bedtime Math team and I are thrilled to have the support of our loyal friends who’ve been cuddling and doing math with their little ones for more than a year. At the same time, we’re humbled by the number of new families embracing the concept of Bedtime Math. Who knew the Math Revolution would begin with a book about flamingos and skydivers?

I have exciting news about the week ahead.

Not only is the book launch this week, but we’ve also declared this week to be National Pajama Party Week! Libraries and bookstores across the United States are hosting parties to celebrate the book. Teddy bears welcome; find your local party and join us.

And I can’t resist sharing a look back at one of the exciting highlights of last week- an interview on Science Friday. Even if you’re familiar with how Bedtime Math started, listen in to learn about ongoing Bedtime Math research projects.

Are you celebrating the Bedtime Math book too? Tell us how you’re making your pajama party fun in the comments below or share pictures with us via Facebook or Twitter.

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About the Author

Laura Overdeck

Laura Overdeck

Laura Bilodeau Overdeck is founder and president of Bedtime Math Foundation. Her goal is to make math as playful for kids as it was for her when she was a child. Her mom had Laura baking while still in diapers, and her dad had her using power tools at a very unsafe age, measuring lengths, widths and angles in the process. Armed with this early love of numbers, Laura went on to get a BA in astrophysics from Princeton University, and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business; she continues to star-gaze today. Laura’s other interests include her three lively children, chocolate, extreme vehicles, and Lego Mindstorms.

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