​100 Best Science Books

Astronomy, Cosmology and Space Travel

Astronomy, Cosmology and Space Travel



Bad Astronomy

Philip C. Plait


Terence Dickinson

Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos

Dennis Overbye

Astronomy Today

Eric J. Chaisson Steve McMillan

Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein’s Outrageous Legacy

Kip S. Thorne Stephen W. Hawking

A Brief History of Time

Stephen Hawking

The Edge of Physics

Anil Ananthaswamy

The Black Hole War

Leonard Susskind

The Backyard Astronomer’s Guide

Terence Dickinson Alan Dyer

Pale Blue Dot

Carl Sagan

The Alchemy of the Heavens

Ken Croswell Philippe Van

Turn Left at Orion

Guy Consolmagno Dan M. Davis

Starlight Nights

Leslie C. Peltier

The Planets

Dava Sobel

The Right Stuff

Tom Wolfe

The Universe in a Nutshell

S W Hawking

Brother Astronomer

Guy Consolmagno

An Introduction to Black Holes, Information and The String Theory Revolution

Leonard Susskind James Lindesay

365 Starry Nights

Chet Raymo

God’s Mechanics

Guy Consolmagno

A More Perfect Heaven

Dava Sobel

Bang! The Complete History of the Universe

Brian May Patrick Moore Chris Lintott

Biology and Natural History

Biology and Natural History

The Origin of the Species

Charles Darwin

Silent World

Jacques-Yves Cousteau Frederic Dumas

Wonderful Life

Stephen Jay Gould

Birds of America

Audubon James John David Allen Sibley

Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded

Matt Ridley

Silent Spring

Rachel Carson Linda Lear

Isaac’s Storm

Erik Larson

How to Cool the Planet

Jeff Goodell




Albert Einstein

Six Easy Pieces

Richard P. Feynman Robert B. Leighton Matthew Sands

The Cosmic Landscape

Leonard Susskind

The Elegant Universe

B. Greene

E=mc2: A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation

D Bodanis


Michio Kaku

The Age of Entanglement

Louisa Gilder

The Dancing Wu Li Masters

Gary Zukav

The Five Ages of the Universe

Fred Adams Gregory Laughlin

Edge of the Universe

Paul Halpern

The Theoretical Minimum

Leonard Susskind George Hrabovsk

The Mismeasure of Man

Stephen Jay Gould

Psychology and Sociology

Psychology and Sociology

The Portable Jung

Carl G Jung R F C Hull Joseph Campbell

The Freud Reader

Sigmund Freud Peter Gay

The Invisible Gorilla

Christopher Chabris Daniel Simons

The Upside of Irrationality

Dan Ariely

The Art of Choosing

Man’s Search for Meaning

Viktor E. Frankl

How Pleasure Works

Paul Bloom

Rules of Sociological Method

Emile Durkheim

Bowling Alone

Robert Putnam


Pamela Meyer

The Paradox of Choice

Barry Schwartz

The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty

Dan Ariely

Thinking, Fast and Slow

Daniel Kahneman


Malcolm Gladwell

For the Kids

For the Kids

The Stars: A New Way to See Them

Hans Augusto Rey

The Story of Snow

Mark Cassino

Koko’s Kitten

Francine Patterson Dr Francine Patterson

A Place for Birds

Melissa Stewart Higgins Bond

Mistakes That Worked

Charlotte Jones

Almost Astronauts

Tanya Lee Stone

What is the World Made Of?

Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld Paul Meisel

Earth Heroes

Bruce Malnor Carol Malno

Charged Up

Jacqui Bailey Matthew Lilly

The Periodic Table: Elements with Style!

Adrian Dingle Simon Basher

Microlife That Helps Us

Steve Parker

Consider the Following

Bill Nye

You Can with Beakman

Jok Church

The Ultimate Dinosaur Book

David Lamber

Rocks and Minerals

Chris Pellant

Our Patchwork Planet

Helen Roney Sattler Giulio Maestro

Bathtub Science

Shar Levine

The Berenstain Bears’ Big Book of Science and Nature

Stan Berenstain Jan Berenstain

Candy Experiments

Loralee Leavitt

Mythbusters Science Fair Book

Samantha Margles

Source: bookadvice.co

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