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Lost In Lexicon

An Adventure in Words and Numbers

by Pendred Noyce, Illustrations by Joan Charles

Mighty Media Press

  • juvenile fiction
  • action & adventure
  • concepts
Lost In Lexicon

Book Formats and Details

  • Paperback
    Publication Date 8/9/2011
    ISBN 978-0-9830219-2-6
    Retail Price $12.95
    Trim Size 5.5 x 8.25 in
    Page Count 368
    Image Count
    Reading Level Ages 9 to 12
    Rights Available World
    Rights Sold Chinese - simplified (China)
    Taiwan
    Korean (South Korea)
  • eBook
    Publication Date 8/9/2011
    ISBN 978-0-9830219-3-3
    Retail Price $12.95
    Trim Size N/A
    Page Count N/A
    Image Count
    Reading Level Ages 9 to 12
    Rights Available World
    Rights Sold

Synopsis

When thirteen-year-old cousins Ivan and Daphne go on a treasure hunt in the rain one summer day, they never expect to stumble into a whole new world where words and numbers run wild. Ivan and Daphne must find a way to solve the mystery of the lights in the sky and restore the lost children of Lexicon to their homes.


Reviews

Noyce's imaginative, playful use of words and numbers keeps readers engaged throughout the story ... an entertaining selection for student-led reading discussions at the upper elementary and intermediate level.
- Teaching Children Mathematics

Mom's Choice Awards ® Winner; Winner of the 2011 IBPA Ben Franklin Award for Interior Design 1-2 Color; Parents' Choice Recommended Award Winner; Independent Publisher Book Award Silver Medal
- Awards

Persistent readers will be rewarded with a good adventure, affecting lyrical passages, and thought-provoking questions relevant to our own society.
- School Library Journal

About the Author

Pendred Noyce is a physician, educator, and children’s author dedicated to science education. In 1992, she helped establish the Noyce Foundation in memory of her father, Robert Noyce, co-inventor of the integrated circuit (computer chip) and founder of Intel. The foundation supports math and science education for K-12 students. During nine years helping to lead a statewide math/science improvement effort in Massachusetts, Penny worked on standards, assessment, partnerships, teacher training, and parent involvement. During that period Massachusetts rose to become the top-scoring state in the US. Penny’s past published writing includes a 2011 book she co-edited for Harvard Education Press on formative assessment in math, science, and literacy. She is also the author of the award-winning middle-grade Lexicon Adventure series from Scarletta Press.

Joan Charles lives in Santa Monica, California. As a child she put on plays and puppet shows, wrote and illustrated a family newspaper, and played endless games of Parcheesi. Her favorite thing to do is draw and make up stories.

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