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Are you going to eat that? Whether it's Jing Leed from Thailand or jumiles from Mexico, students will be engrossed in-and grossed out by-reading about edible insects. This book seamlessly integrates the teaching of math and reading, and uses real-world examples to teach math concepts like comparing fractions. The challenging practice problems, graphs, and sidebars provide many opportunities for students to practice their developing math skills, and apply what they've learned to their daily lives. Text features include captions, a glossary, an index, and a table of contents to increase students' vocabulary and literacy skills and their interaction with the text. Math Talk poses problems for further thinking, requiring students to use their higher-order thinking skills.