"A fun, different approach to a subject that's always a hard sell."

—**Jennifer Ouellette, author of ***The Calculus Diaries*

"*The Manga Guide to Calculus* is an entertaining comic with colorful characters and a fun strategy to teach its readers calculus."

—**Dr. Dobb's CodeTalk** (Read More)

"*The Manga Guide to Calculus* would make an excellent supplement for

anyone seeking a firmer intuitive grasp of the subject. It is entertaining, and it does an excellent job of exploring the meaning and relevance of calculus to the physical world."

—**Math Horizons, a periodical from the Mathematical Association of America**

"An excellent, calculus-savvy and user-friendly guide for any student needing to brush up on their calculus, whether tackling a course for the first time or seeking a refresher."

—**The Midwest Book Review ** (Read More)

"I like this book. A lot."

—**Wild About Math!** (Read More)

"I never took calculus in high school or college, yet I was able to get through the Guide and come out at the end with a pretty fair understanding of it. Moreover, I actually enjoyed the learning journey!"

—**FrazzledDad** (Read More)

"What this book does better than any calculus book I have seen is give a context to the processes and concepts."

—**Matthew Helmke (dot) Net** (Read More)

"This book does exactly what it is supposed to: offer a fun, interesting way to learn calculus concepts that would otherwise be extremely bland to memorize."

—**DailyTech** (Read More)

"The book is primarily for those who want to understand calculus, especially where some prior exposure has been a bad experience. However, anyone interested in technical communication, regardless of the subject, should find this guide a great source of ideas."

—**Linux Users of Victoria** (Read More)

"The *Manga Guides* series is a fantastic way of breaking down some of the barriers to learning and making the content accessible to all!"

—**GirlyGeekdom** (Read More)

"This book is exceptional in that I actually read it and understood most of it in the first reading."

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