**An illustrated tour of dimensions, infinity, and more**

- 205 pages
- 173 original illustrations by Emulsify

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*"Meet Milo Beckman, the whizz-kid making maths supercool ... A brilliant book that takes everything we know (and fear) about maths out of the equation"*

*The Times*of London

*"With charm, unwavering enthusiasm, and a lot of cartoons, Math Without Numbers waltzes the reader through a garden of higher mathematics."*

*How Not To Be Wrong*

*"Smart and creative ... Beckman's approachable writing and Erazo's delightful illustration combine to tell an insightful and entertaining story about math."*

*Dear Data*

*"Cheerful, chatty, and charming ... Everyone should read this delightful book.*

*Do Dice Play God?*

*"Math Without Numbers explores deep mathematical topics—and shows how mathematicians think—in completely readable prose. The puzzles and games are bonuses. Very enjoyable."*

*The New York Times*

*"So delightful! Mathematics is playful, surprising, and enchanting, but those qualities are often obscured behind intimidating equations and formalism. Milo brings them out into the open for everyone to share."*

*Something Deeply Hidden*

*"The book's accessible language and illustrations makes understanding ... math concepts feel as effortless as breathing."*

*Dear Data*and

*Observe, Collect, Draw!*

*"The book does an excellent job of capturing the essence of what makes math interesting ... A fine addition to my collection."*

*"This is the book for you if you've ever been curious about the wonderful ideas and concepts underlying modern math, but been too frightened to make a start."*

*The Universe Speaks in Numbers*

*"Math Without Numbers offers an accessible and whimsically illustrated glimpse of what pure mathematicians study, all while capturing the playful spirit with which they do it."*

*3Blue1Brown*

*"In some ways, this is the best book about pure mathematics for the general reader that I've ever seen ... a delight from end to end."*

*Are Numbers Real?*

*"A playful paean ... Readers with an abundance of curiosity and the time to puzzle over Beckman's many examples, riddles, and questions, will make many fascinating discoveries.*

*Publishers Weekly*

*"This is so annoying. I like math now!"*

*Rose, grade 9*

*Interviews & Press*

- Jan 5 — Fill Me In (32m)
- Jan 6 — Art of Problem Solving (live event)
- Jan 7 — Reddit AMA (written)
- Jan 14 — The Jim Bohannon Show (live radio)
- Jan 11 — CollegeBoard (transcribed)
- Jan 14 — Harvard Club of New York (private event)
- Jan 26 — Seriously Entertaining (live event)
- Jan 27 — The Avid Reader Show (61m)
- Feb 1 — BBC Radio London (live radio)
- Feb 5 — The Times of London (profile)
- Feb 7 — You Are Not So Smart (56m)
- Feb 8 — Speakers for Schools (56m)
- Feb 11 — Debutiful (written)
- Feb 22 — New Books Network (54m)
- Apr 1 — Crossnerds (29m)
- Apr 16 — QWERTY Podcast (34m)
- May 15 — BBC: More or Less (9m)