WINNER OF THE 2010 ROYAL SOCIETY PRIZE FOR SCIENCE BOOKS'If Charles Darwin sprang from his grave, I would give him this fine book to bring him up…
A fascinating book about what our everyday actions and possessions really say about us.
A painless introduction to the maths of the real world by the team who created and present the hugely popular BBC Radio 4 series More or Less.
How to calculate almost anything in your head – and how to do maths for people who don't do maths
A fascinating mine of information … this is essential reading.
A NEW YORK TIMES Notable Book on a perennially fascinating subject: the idea of ZERO
Elaine Morgan's book questions the accepted science around human evolution.
Do high-speed, complicated arithmetic in your head using the Trachtenberg Speed System.