The American Mathematical Society featured Infinity by Lillian Lieber in the "New & Noteworthy" section of their journal:

In the May 2017 installment of the BookShelf, we noted the paucity of women authors of popular math books in the twentieth century—as compared to the fairly large number today and asked readers to let us know of any popular math books by women published before around 1990. One reader kindly wrote in to let us know about Lillian Lieber (1886–1986), who wrote several outstanding books that attempt to explain modern mathematics to the general public. The books are deftly illustrated with whimsical drawings by her husband, Hugh Gray Lieber (1896–1961).

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