eSpotlight - Pi Day

A spread of delicious traditional pies and whoopie pies with a surround a pecan pie with the pi symbol in the center.
Source: Dennis Wilkinson

A Day of Pi and Pie

March 14—3.14—is also known as Pi Day. This day brings together two excellent things: math and pie. What better way to celebrate than by taking a look at some of the excellent eBooks and eResources that San José Public Library has to offer on both subjects. All you need to access these excellent resources is your library card.

The Joy of Pi

If you'd like to read more about pi and math, in general, we've got some great eBook options:

How to Bake PiThe Magic of MathMath GeekProfessor Stewart's Incredible Numbers

Even more information can be found from our excellent eResources and eLearning opportunities. Or if you're looking for help with a math question, or need homework help in other subjects, try out Tutor.com.

Pi for Younger Readers

We even have some fun eBooks about pi for younger readers!

Why Pi?Sir Cumference and the Dragon of PiBig Ideas for Small Mathematicians

The Other Pie

And while you're studying pi, why not have a slice of pie? We have plenty of excellent eBooks all about pies if you're looking for a recipe to make your own.

America's Best Pies 2014-2015The 50 Best Pie RecipesSouthern PiesNot-So-Humble PiesTeeny's Tour of Pie

You can find these eResources and more on our eBooks & eMedia page and our eLearning page.

Related Post

Big Library Read iconDid you know that the Big Library Read starts on March 16? Find out what the Big Library Read is all about with our blog post from Stacy. Hint: Some more delicious pie could be headed your way.

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