The Mathical Book Prize partnered with the San Bernardino City Unified School District in southern California and DC Public Schools in Washington, DC to celebrate National Read Across America Day on March 2, 2022. With an emphasis on multicultural and multilingual titles this year, authors Jen Arena (Marta! Big and Small, a 2022 Mathical Honor […]
2022 Mathical Book Award Winners for Ages 2-18 Berkeley, CA – February 10, 2022 — The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) announced today the 2022 winners of the Mathical Book Prize, which recognizes outstanding fiction and literary nonfiction for youth ages 2-18. This year’s selections explore the many facets of mathematics in the world around […]
As always, we appreciate your help spreading the word about the Mathical Book Prize to parents, librarians, educators, and literature-lovers of all ages. Below you will find some tools to do that more easily. 2022 Mathical Winners Media Kit Download the 2022 Mathical Prize Press Release (February 10, 2022, download PDF or view online) Download all 2022 Mathical Prize […]
Join Mathical Author Shelley Pearsall (All of the Above) for a free, online reading and activity on April 23, 2022! The National Math Festival (NMF) returns on Saturday, April 23, 2022 with a day of free, online programming as part of the 2022 North Carolina Science Festival (NCSciFest). The Mathical Book Prize will present a […]
“Mathematics: The Key to a Hidden World” with YouTuber Eddie Woo Tuesday, September 21, 20212:00-3:00 PM US Pacific Time (5:00-6:00 PM US Eastern Time) Registration for this event has ended. You can view the event recording below or on Vimeo. Join author and YouTuber Eddie Woo for “Mathematics, The Key to a Hidden World” on […]
The following review of 2021 Mathical Honor Book David Blackwell and the Deadliest Duel by Robert Black was submitted by California high school student Madeleine de Belloy.
Mathical Book Prize winners Brittney Morris (Slay) and Seth Fishman (A Hundred Billion Trillion Stars) will read from their work at the 2021 National Math Festival NMF Live Online Weekend, taking place April 16-18, 2021. The National Math Festival brings together youth and adults of all ages to celebrate, explore, and enjoy math in new and exciting ways. Adults and […]
NCTE member and middle school language arts teacher Yolanda Gonzalez shares her reflections about the relevance of math biographies in the English lit classroom in a new blog post, “Steam Learning Inspired by a Life Story” on the NCTE website. This blog post is produced as part of the 2020-2021 National Math Festival. The Festival includes […]