Congratulations to John Mighton, whose ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL: How Math is the Key to a Better World (Knopf) has debuted at #5 on the Toronto Star‘s Canadian Non-Fiction list, #5 on the CBC Books’ Canadian Non-Fiction list, #3 on Post Media’s New Releases list, #5 on their Non-Fiction list. The book has also received coverage from CBC Radio,, Winnipeg Free Press, and elsewhere!

“When ‘math is accessible to any brain,’ we can make better political, social choices, says mathematician” by CBC Radio:

“Canadian mathematician says numeracy leads to a better society” by Canada.com

“Strength in numbers: Engaged educators at the root of nurturing a love of mathematics in kids” by Winnipeg Free Press

About John

John Mighton is a mathematician, author and the founder of JUMP Math, a charity dedicated to helping people fulfil their potential in math. His first two books, The Myth of Ability and The End of Ignorance, were national bestsellers. Mighton has been recognized as an Ashoka Fellow, awarded five honorary doctorates for his lifetime achievements and appointed as an Officer of the Order of Canada. He is also an award-winning playwright: he’s received the prestigious Siminovitch Prize in Theatre, two Governor General’s Literary Awards for Drama, the Dora Award and the Chalmers Award. He lives in Toronto.

John Mighton is represented by Carolyn Forde.