“Chaos & The Missing Butterfly” Book Two: Mathematics

Chaos & The Missing Butterfly

The second book in “The Mystery Hunters” Series is Chaos & The Missing Butterfly, Book Two: Mathematics. Sarah and Christian have mysterious dreams that provide clues to help solve each mystery on their journey, while an unseen force tries to stop them from completing their quest. This series engages the reader and a friend to become members of the team.

“Chaos & The Missing Butterfly” Book Two: Mathematics

“Chaos & The Missing Butterfly” Book Two: Mathematics

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“The Mystery Hunters” Series

Chaos & The Missing Butterfly is our second book in “The Mystery Hunters” Series. Sarah and Christian are searching for a famous missing butterfly. But what does a butterfly have to do with mathematics? Who stole the missing butterfly, and why? And who loves mathematics enough to steal math?

Symmetry in Flight

The butterfly brings hope and light
The butterfly is Symmetry in Flight.

Fibonacci, Phi, The Golden Ratio, and Pi
Beautiful spirals and Golden stars in the sky.

The Bible, Elements, Liber Abaci, books for the soul
Has God handwritten our future on one Infinity Scroll?

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