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Category: Suggested Reading

Book Review: PROBLEM SOLVING AND REASONING WITH DISCRETE MATHEMATICS by Dr. Joseph G. Rosenstein US K-12 mathematics has long been dominated by the notion that any …

What would make you write a book about writing a book you recently published on a 13th-century mathematician? When you’re Stanford University’s Keith Devlin (aka, NPR’s “The Math Guy”) …

After first hearing of James Tanton (the subject of our April 2017 interview), I was excited to discover that he had books in print. The first one I …

WHAT IS THE NAME OF THIS BOOK? Honoring the recent passing of its author, Raymond M. Smullyan, at age 97 If you’ve never heard of Raymond Smullyan or …

This week we’re giving away a hardcover copy of Elements of Mathematics: From Euclid to Gödel. To enter Math Blog’s August giveaway, please follow the instructions below. PRIZE DETAILS …

A bit late in the month, but here we are with July’s list of noteworthy math book releases. 🙂 Should you want to receive these updates more often (on …

This week we’re giving away a hardcover copy of a great book to one lucky reader. To enter Math Blog’s July giveaway, please follow the instructions below. PRIZE DETAILS …

Here we are with another installment of our monthly math books roundup. Should you want to receive these updates more often (on a weekly basis), consider signing up with …

Princeton University Press recently published a great book called, Summing It Up: From One Plus One to Modern Number Theory by Prof. Avner Ash and Prof. Robert Gross. This week …

It’s hard to believe that a month has already passed since April’s edition of this new math book series. I received good feedback on that first post (elsewhere, not …