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4 Great Math Books for High School Students

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There are 3,856 story possibilities in this unique book written by Jason Shiga, known as a comics mastermind. Jimmy is the book’s main character and is in a mad scientist’s laboratory. The reader chooses one of three one-of-a-kind objects for Jimmy — a mind-reading device, a time-travel machine, or the Killitron 3000. Through a system of tabs that take the reader through an original story, Jimmy succeeds or faces disaster. Every time the book is read, a new adventure filled with mystery, puzzles, and unexpected answers can be created.

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Ellen Egley

Ellen is a former teacher who is proud to be a member of the STEM Jobs team. When not working on articles, lesson plans, and the magazine, she enjoys reading and spending time outdoors with her family.

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