I apologize for missing its actual publication date, but better late than not at all. Math Book Magic, host of the Playful Math Education Blog Carnival, posted the 148th in the series, and it’s a good read. A healthy number of recreational mathematics puzzles, including some geometry puzzles I’ve been enjoying. As these essays are meant to do, this one gathers some recreational and some educational and some just fun mathematics.

Math In Nature is scheduled to host the next carnival. If you have any mathematics writing or videos or podcasts or such to share, or are aware of any that people might like, please let them know. And if you’d like to host a Playful Math Education Blog Carnival Denise Gaskins has several slots available over the next few months, including the chance to host the 150th of this series. It’s exhausting work, but it is satisfying work. Consider giving it a try.

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## Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.
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