Martin Gardner - Games - 1986 - 112 pages
Playing with mathematical riddles can be an intriguing and fun-filled pastime — as popular science writer Martin Gardner proves in this entertaining collection. Puzzlists need ...
Martin Gardner - Science - 1997 - 96 pages
Brief introductions to space flight and the various bodies in the solar system are followed by sections of related puzzle questions. Answers are given at the back of the book.
Martin Gardner - Biography & Autobiography - 1997 - 608 pages
An anthology of fifty-four essays representing nearly sixty years of work encompasses topics ranging from the mysteries of quantum physics to the question of the existence of ...
Samuel Loyd - Games - 1959 - 167 pages
Choice puzzles by one of America's most ingenious creators of mathematical entertainments, ranging from simple exercises in arithmetic to complex calculus problems
Juvenile Fiction - 1965 - 95 pages
This edition of the story of the little girl who falls down a rabbit hole and discoves a world of nonsensical and amusing characters is illustrated by the author himself.
Martin Gardner - Games - 1988 - 208 pages
Combines two previously published works, resulting in ninety-three brain-teasing puzzles, riddles, and questions with an emphasis on humor.
Martin Gardner - Mathematics - 2004 - 288 pages
Praising rationality and common sense over superstition, the author of The Colossal Book of Mathematics and Did Adam and Eve Have Navels? takes on a broad range of scientific ...
Martin Gardner - Games - 2001 - 724 pages
The author presents a selection of pieces from his Scientific American "Mathematical Games" column, presenting puzzles and concepts that range from arithmetic and geometrical ...