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The Dragon Curve
100 Things To Know About Numbers
We've Got Your Number
Archimedes: The Man Who Invented The Death Ray Science
Pythagoras and the Ratios: A Math Adventure
Sir Cumference Book Series
Nothing Stopped Sophie
Solving for M
Ada Lovelace Cracks the Code
Massively Epic Engineering Disasters
The Math Inspectors
Who was Seies
More than 200 Biography Books
My First Book of Quantum Physics
Kaid-Sala Ferrón Sheddad
What Is Climate Change?
Scientists and Their Writings
Jonathan Stephen Harris
Tips and tricks for creating illusions
Hexaflexagons and Other Flexible Folds to Twist and Turn
Molly and the Mathematical Mysteries
Women in Science
Librarian who measured the Earth
Euclid: The Man Who Invented Geometry
What's Your Angle, Pythagoras?
The Boy Who Loved Math:
The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos
Counting on Katherine
Margot L Shetterly
The True Story of Four Black Women & Space Race
The Magic of Math:
Solving for x and Figuring Out Why
Amy M. O'Quinn
His Life, Ideas, and Inventions, with 21 Activities
What's the Point of Math?
Big Thinkers and Big Ideas
George's Secret Key to the Universe
Letters to a Young Scientist
Edward O. Wilson
Scientists and Their Data
Markus Sebastian Agerer
Learn about the vanishing-point perspective
The Magic Mirror
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There are two leading math books prizes for kids;
The first one is MATHICAL. This prize is an annual award for fiction and nonfiction books that inspire children of all ages to see math in the world around them.
Another one is The Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize.
The Royal Society is founded on 28 November 1660 as the UK's National Academy of Sciences with the motto of "Nullius in Verba," is Latin for "Take nobody's word for it. They award two prizes each year for the best books communicating science to non-specialists and young people. So by checking the website of the Royal Society, you can get recommendations for the kids and yourself. You can even see the shortlisted books belong to the previous years.
Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize. and Young People's Book Prize
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