MATH BOOKS FOR ADULTS, PARENTS, AND AHEAD-OF-THEMSELVES KIDS
MATH BOOKS ESPECIALLY FOR TEACHERS AND HOMESCHOOLERS
MATH BOOKS WHICH ARE LOTS OF FUN FOR EVERYONE
For many years Martin Gardner wrote a monthly
column titled "Mathematical Games" in the magazine Scientific
American. A typical column might describe a game, or a bit of
magic, or a paradox, or a puzzle. Often he had a new idea that led to
long-term investigations by both professional and amateur mathematicians.
Many, if not all of those articles, have been
collected in a number of books. They are often accompanied
by comments and ideas supplied by folks who had something new to add to
what Gardner had written.
I own four of his books, but I don't hesitate to
recommend any them all. Children will be as fascinated as adults.
Below a list of those I know about. Those "Out of Print" can often be found at Amazon, or in used bookstores.
1. Here are the Amazon.com links. Just click the book name to be connected.
By Martin Gardner:
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