Posted by: Dave Richeson | June 19, 2009

Euler’s Gem is the #2 best-selling mathematics book for libraries

k8722It was a nice surprise to read this blog post at the Princeton University Press blog. Apparently my book (Euler’s Gem) is currently the number 2 best-selling mathematics book for libraries (according to the Library Journal). Cool! It was second to The Princeton Companion to Mathematics, which was edited by Fields Medal winner Tim Gowers.

(By the way, anyone who is so-inclined can follow Euler’s Gem on Facebook.)

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  1. Hey Dave! That rocks! Awesome!

    Congratulations.

  2. Thanks, Ben!

  3. Amazing, Good Job!

  4. Nice Job, Dave. We have a copy here at ND.


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