A few things we've found that express well your love of Pi...

The Joy of Pi - by David Blatner. A readable, fun story of the history of Pi and the stories of people obsessed with it. Includes suggestions for ways to memorize Pi and more. (144 pages; reading level: Young Adult and up.) |

The Music of the Primes : Searching to Solve the Greatest Mystery in Mathematics - by Marcus Du Sautoy. A more in-depth, but still very approachable, discussion of the Riemann Hypothesis, one of the most important unanswered question about the fundamental nature of numbers. Not directly about Pi -- but a great book for understanding more about some of the mysteries underlying numbers in general. (352 pages; reading level: Adult). |

Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi (A Math Adventure) is a fun math-inspired fairy tale about a boy whose father drinks a potion that turns him into a dragon. The son must use math to restore him to normal. Late elementary school, but perhaps fun for middle school as well. Illustrated. Part of a larger series of math adventures. |

Piece of Pi: Wit-Sharpening, Brain-bruising, Number-Crunching Activites with Pi (Grades 6-8). Pretty much what it sounds like. :) Activities and challenges to explore Pi in the world. |