Here is an all new science bargain box. This collection consists of the following 20:
9780465065912A Big Bang in a Little Room: The Quest to Create New Universes
9781408817773Alex Through the Looking Glass
9781473651234Do Polar Bears Get Lonely?: And 101 Other Intriguing Science Questions
9781400068548EUREKA FACTOR, THE: AHA MOMENT
9780007213313Francis Crick: Discoverer of the Genetic Code (Eminent Lives)
9781780235769Global Undergrounds: Exploring Cities Within
9781454915904How to Build a Universe
9780307986818Life on the Edge: The Coming of Age of Quantum Biology
9781408705940No Need for Geniuses: Revolutionary Science in the Age of the Guillotine
9781760640750Papa Goose: One Year
9780465065721Restless Creatures The Story of Life in Ten Movements
9780297609476Scale: The Universal Laws of Life and Death in Organisms
9780399592249Science in the Soul: Selected Writings of a Passionate Rationalist
9780297609414The Book of Humans: The Story of How We Became Us
9781605299501The Intellectual Devotional Biographies
9781623369354The Nature of Nature: The Discovery of SuperWaves and How It Changes Everything
9780316546164The One Device The Secret History of the iPhone
9780143128687The Wasp That Brainwashed the Caterpillar
A box filled with books for the science buff but also those wanting to expand their knowledge.
No Need for Geniuses by Steve Jones looks at Paris during the revolution as a place for incredible acts of scientific discovery. It will give you as lot to ponder and think about long after you have finished the book.
Matt Simon has written the brilliant The Wasp that Brainwashed the Caterpillar which looks at many different creatures and their everyday problems. A fun, funny and strange book.
The Eureka Factor by John Kounios and Mark Beeman details those "a ha!" bolts of ingenuity that have happened over the course of history. This isn't just for science fans but for anyone grappling with a problem and looking for how to push through.
Jane Hawking writes about her greatest relationship in Travelling to Infinity, that of her marriage to Stephen. There is a reason it was made into a movie as it is universal in its themes of love and devastation.
Do Polar Bears Get Lonely? is a great compilation by New Scientist that answers those questions that have been niggling away at you. Very light but packed with information.
Elisa, Book Grocer