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"Explore the book at your leisure, whether your interests are in history, games, or numerology. You can count on it to please any puzzle lover, curious teen, or math fan. The influence of numbers in our lives remains a mystery, but this light-hearted look at numbers with graphs, charts, and games is highly entertaining." -Blogcritics (Blog)
"I found this book very interesting and full of great information...It makes a great coffee table or bathroom reading book. It is best when read little pieces at a time. I have skipped and skimmed and read just about the entire book in a week. A few times I ended up taking it with me to work because I was interested in reading more. Whether or not you like numbers, they are a part of everyday life. You should learn a little more about them the fun way: read Easy as Pi!" -Thrifty and Frugal Living(Blog)
Jamie Buchan was educated at Westminster School and is completing a Master of Arts degree in Architectural Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Many of his family members are involved in books: his great-grandfather John Buchan is the prolific novelist famous for The Thirty-Nine Steps; his grandfather D.J. Enright is a well-known Movement poet; and his uncle James Buchan is an award-winning novelist and historical writer. Both of his parents work in publishing.
This is a very entertaining book, and it is sure to generate a lot of conversations.Published 2 months ago by Charles C. Caro
An interesting account of the use of numbers in our time and in earlier times. It really didn't tell me anything new. Read morePublished 4 months ago by johnn
The presentation of the material leaves something to be desired in this book. It jumps around too much with a disjointed feel poorly written. Nope...don't trouble yourself.Published 17 months ago by JUNEBUG51
Very prompt service. Bought it as a gift for my dad. He's 83, a little forgetful but still enjoys remembering and reminiscing school days so I thought he might enjoy relearning a... Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by Charles Dickens "Walker"
Let me start out by saying that I am not a math person at all. However, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by Laura L. Johnson
I'll be honest...you want honesty, right? This book wasn't my cup of tea. Now, please don't misunderstand. Read morePublished on June 11, 2010 by Lindsay Chung
One of my favorite subjects at school is Math so Easy As Pi was great to read. I really learned a lot of new stuff about numbers and not just in relation to math but also in... Read morePublished on May 21, 2010 by michelle