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May 26, 2015

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Pictures of the Week: Bedtime Math Pajama Party

 

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On June 24, the National Museum of Mathematics in New York City kicked off its first annual National Pajama Party Week with the book launch of Bedtime Math: A Fun Excuse to Stay Up Late (Fiewel and Friends) by Laura Overdeck, author and founder of the Bedtime Math nonprofit, an organization whose mission is to make nightly the math problem as common as the bedtime story. The event included math focused games for families and a book giveaway and signing by the author.

Laura Overdeck signs book

Bedtime Math author Laura Overdeck signs books for awaiting fans. Photos courtesy of Bedtime Math

Families read and worked together to solve math games.

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