The Big Blog of Maths Picture Books

The Big Blog of Maths Picture Books

Picture books are a fantastic way to explore mathematical concepts. We’ve selected our favourites and matched them to the following areas of the curriculum: place value, calculation, fractions and measurement. Many of these books also link to other areas of STEM.

Click on each image to find out more about the book including the age recommendation, key concept and an Amazon link.

We’ll keep adding books to this blog as we come across them so do check back!







Have we missed off a brilliant book? Comment below and we’ll add it on!


  1. What a lovely collection of Maths picture books! I’d like to suggest Apple Fractions by Jerry Pallotta to add to your set. 🙂

    1. Author

      Thanks for the recommendation. We’ve added it to the list! 🙂

  2. These look great. I’d like to suggest, If the world were a Village.

    1. Author

      What a lovely book! We’ve just added it to the number section.

  3. One is A Snail, Ten is A Crab – April Pulley-Sayre & Jeff Sayer!

  4. Have you had a look at Multiplication Rules publishers Ragged Bears It’s Designed to understand times tables in a totaly visual way understanding number patterns.It covers division and understanding of odd and even numbers.Its written by a Dyslexic who also has dyscalculia and the book is recommended by many local authority dyslexia assessors around England
    The web site is for more details
    Thank you

    1. Author

      Thanks for the recommendation – we’ve added it to the place value section!

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