Plus Magazine (University of Cambridge)
The Maths Careers site has sections for ages 11 through to adult.
For a list of recommended books for young people interested in Mathematics, try this list from Nrich which is grouped into three different categories: History of Mathematics, Recreational and Thinking Mathematically.
From Cambridge University this list of interesting mathematics books and internet sites is mainly intended for sixth-formers planning to take a degree in mathematics. The list includes some items which are suitable for less experienced readers so may well appeal to a wider audience. The list was last updated in September 2020. I see it includes Kevin Houston’s “How to Think Like a Mathematician, see also from Kevin Houston his page on the book which includes some solutions to problems in the book, also available are sample chapters on writing mathematics.
From Imperial College, their STEM book list has many recommendations in several categories including Mathematics. Imperial College says that the list is aimed at A Level students but is suitable for anyone looking to develop their STEM knowledge and have a great read.
See the Reference page also which includes a useful list of reference materials.
Currently free on Kindle:
- Head Start to A-Level Maths
- Head Start to A-Level Physics
- Head Start to A-Level Chemistry
- Head Start to A-Level Biology
- GMAT Foundations of Math – 900+ Practice problems (see also GMAT Math Practice)
If you like puzzles try Henry Ernest Dudeney’s – Amusements in Mathematics puzzle collection (with solutions). The first set of puzzles will offer a trip down memory lane for some of your parents who remember money – pre-decimal! There are several categories of puzzles available.