Media praise for Head First Algebra

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"As with any good teacher, this O’Reilly series attacks the material from a variety of angles. If you know it, or you’re a quick learner, you can breeze right through. If you’re like me, they try everything possible to make things comprehensible."
-- Dana Blankenhorn, Dana Blankenhorn & Paula Rooney, ZDNet.com

"Picture yourself a would-be programmer who likes to code in your spare time, but you've got a problem. To really become any good at what you'd like to be your profession, there are math requirements, and you think math is almost as interesting as watching wind erode granite. Fortunately for you, O'Reilly and the Head First series has come to your rescue. They created Head First Algebra."
-- James Pyles, Million Chimpanzees

"I can attest that this is a clear, multi-method guide with which any student can teach themselves to excel at Elementary Algebra."
-- Ira Laefsky, Amazon.com

"I am really proud of O'Reilly for extending innovative learning techniques to the secondary curriculum. Why aren't there hundreds of competing textbooks like this?"
-- W.F. Zimmerman, Nimblebooks.com

"The writing is outstanding, examples are relative and easy to follow and there are plenty of different ways to present the data within...If you are a student learning algebra you owe it to yourself to pick up this book."
-- Daniel McKinnon, Amazon.com

"This book in many ways can substitute for a good algebra teacher, and it could make a good teacher even better...In short, highly recommended."
-- John Jacobson, Amazon.com

"The goal of Head First Algebra is to use multiple learning styles to find solutions, making this book a great resource for any algebra course. Summing Up: Highly recommended. "
-- K. D. Holton, Tallahasee Community College, CHOICE, August 2009 Vol. 46 No. 11

"If you need any help with algebra Head First will help you understand any method that you would think that is too hard to comprehend, in a visual perspective that would entertain the whole family."
-- Andre Marston, www.pcc.org