"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."
—MacCompanion (Read More)