Vote below for your favourite book. The book with the highest number of votes will be crowned the 2020 Readers’ Choice. Voting closes at 5pm on Saturday 13 March at 5pm.
You can find reviews of all the books on the shortlist here.
What is your favourite book on the 2020 Book of the Year shortlist?
- Mathematical Adventures! by Ioanna Georgiou and Asuka Young (63%, 1,181 Votes)
- Hello Numbers! What Can You Do? by Edmund Harriss, Houston Hughes and Brian Rea (34%, 639 Votes)
- Why Study Mathematics? by Vicky Neale (1%, 26 Votes)
- The Wonder Book of Geometry by David Acheson (1%, 10 Votes)
- Geometry Juniors by Ed Southall (1%, 10 Votes)
- Molly and the Mathematical Mystery by Eugenia Cheng and Aleksandra Artymowska (0%, 8 Votes)
- How to Make the World Add Up by Tim Harford (0%, 8 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,882
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