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Murderous Maths with Kjartan Poskitt

An enjoyable morning with the author of the phenomenally successful 'Murderous Maths" series of books!
What
  • Dublin
  • Primary
When Oct 13, 2015
from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Where DCU/St Patrick's College Drumcondra
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01 7005293
Attendees 1st-3rd class
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Kjartan Poskitt is the author of Scholastic's "Murderous Maths" series which have sold over 1,500,000 copies world wide. Over the last 10 years he has entertained schools, teacher conferences and theatre audiences with items from his books including strange numbers, bizarre facts, tricks, predictions, flexagons and magic squares, and he has presented numerous science and maths programmes for BBC TV.

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