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Many of us think of science books as part of science class, but the world of nonfiction science books is full of interesting stories and extraordinary discoveries. These books may deal with science, but that doesn’t mean they are hard to understand or boring. Dive into the true stories to learn a little more about what makes our world work.
In 1918 a flu killed between 20 and 40 million people. To this day, scientists cannot explain the flu. When Duncan takes on the task of diving into history for answers, she finds herself looking at a darker side of the scientific community. Get a copy from Better World Books.
Levin takes on the question of whether the universe is infinite or just “really big.” Along the way, she gives the reader a very personal look at her life as she seeks answers to her questions. Get a copy from Better World Books.
The New York Times called this book, “part history, part science, part adventure, part biography, part meditation on the meaning of modernity.” The story features a vibrant account of understand time globally. Get a copy at Better World Books.
If you love science fiction, this book might be the perfect one to bridge the gap between fiction and reality. Randall, one of the worlds leading theoretical physicists, looks into scientific possibilities that until now didn’t seem like possibilities. Get a copy at Better World Books.
Accidental discoveries have been some of the greatest in scientific advances. One man accidentally found a way to mass produce color along with a strange shade of purple that revolutionized fashion. Get a copy at Better World Books.
Do you have any favorite nonfiction science books?
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