The King's Chessboard[KINGS CHESSBOARD][Paperback] - DavidBirch

This book would be most appropriate in a 4th or 5th grade classroom setting because of the math that it explains. Not only does this story pertain to literature and teach a lesson about being too prideful, it also hits on many math lessons. This story teaches children that illustrations can help them solve math, particularly multiplication. A lesson that could be brought from this would be having the students create their own visual for a math word problem. They could do this in groups and then share with the class so everyone sees multiple examples.