Well hate is probably too strong, maybe "doesn't enjoy" is a better description.
I have a 5 year old son who generally doesn't like math, though he is extraordinarily talented. I'm looking for books or something that can capture his imagination and excite him with the math he's learned and introduce him to new ways of looking at it. Amazon has a ton of books about fun with math, I feel lost in a sea of these... and most seem to be around arithmetic. That might be interesting, but he'll be starting calculus soon so I'm not sure how much they would help this cause. His favorite movie is Flatland, basically a cartoon that starts in a 2-D world to eventually introduce us to 4-D space. That really caught his attention.. I'm hoping there's a similar adventure in book form for algebra, trigonometry or calculus that makes math more of a pleasure.
The reason he's been able to fly through math may have to do with his strong desire to do as little math as possible. He's always coming up with these clever tricks to solve problems faster and in doing so necessarily has to really understand the math from different perspectives (was going to say angles :). That's why I was thinking a book on math tricks might spark something.
I thought programming would be a great way to get him enjoying math... his knowledge of algebra certainly made understanding variables, functions and comparisons second nature. And programming seems to be fun too. However, he has a long way to go before he's writing code that requires the math he's working on now. Maybe there's a programming book, course or software that allows him to have fun with math and programming?