**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 have younger brothers and sisters, for Primary age children, these are all available as pdf files from **White Rose Maths.** The books are also available **on Kindle**.

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.