Math books for middle school students wouldn’t obviously include Leonardo Da Vinci, but Mark P. Fridlander, Jr. has written a tale about three American middle school students in Florence on a school trip who meet a man claiming to be the great artist. The three students, Max, Tad, and Gina, help Leonardo on his mission to make the world a better place and teach him what they know about math and science, history and art.
5 Great Math Books for Middle School Students
About the Author: Sue Hamilton
Sue is a Pennsylvania native and graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she earned a B.S. degree in English. She worked as a radio newscaster and newspaper reporter before becoming a paralegal in a small civil law firm. Reading is her passion and Sue is an avid volunteer with her community library.