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A Visual Exploration of Maths
Longlisted for the UKLA Book Awards 2021
Learn about mathematics in an extraordinary new light. Stunning surrealist artwork by Ximo Abadia meets easy-to-read informative text by science writer Colin Stuart to create highly engaging content that will inspire future engineers, mathematicians and scientists.
From atoms to beehives to the movement of the planets, everything around us is buzzing with maths. So how does this language of numbers, symbols and equations make every single thing in our universe tick like an unseen clock? Visualise cosmic distances, discover the geometry in nature and marvel at the wonders of technology.
Organised into four sections, every concept and idea is clearly explained in a short paragraph or diagram designed to clearly illustrate the point in hand. The vibrantly-illustrated pages make the book inviting and intriguing, helping to lesson the potential fear of encountering some pretty big ideas. - Library Girl and Book Boy
But this book actually makes maths look interesting! The huge cover alone, with its glorious sparkles and colour, shows that it's not just about dull numbers. - Childtastic Books
|Publication date:||22nd August 2019|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||Reference Books, Science|
Colin Stuart is a renowned astronomy speaker and author whose books have sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. A Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and a 2014 runner-up in the European Astronomy Journalism Prize, Colin has also written publications featured in The Guardian, New Scientist, BBC Focus and The Observer, and has spoken about the wonders of the universe on Sky News, BBC News and Radio 5Live.More About Colin Stuart