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1491

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The book, 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, by Charles C. Mann is a scientific and engineering look at the pre-Columbian history of the Americas. Drawing on archeological findings and oral histories from native peoples, Mann paints a picture of immense complexity and sophistication among American cultures before European contact. He argues that [...]

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A Brief History of Time

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A Brief History of Time is a book by physicist Stephen Hawking, published on April 5, 1988. It deals with the nature of time and the universe. A shortened version for popular audiences was simultaneously published. Hawking wrote the book for non-scientists and sought to explain some of the more complex. For who is this [...]

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In A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century, evolutionary biologist Heather Heying offers a fresh perspective on how humans can thrive in the modern world. Drawing from her experience as an academic and mother, Heying provides readers with a clear and concise understanding of human evolution – and how it affects our day-to-day lives. From [...]

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A Molecule Away from Madness

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A Molecule Away from Madness is a book about the hijacking of human brains. It tells the tales of the scientists who are on the forefront of this research, and their struggle to find treatments for mental illness. This book provides an in-depth look at how our understanding of neuroscience is changing, and offers hope [...]

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A Most Remarkable Creature

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A Most Remarkable Creature is a book about the hidden life and epic journey of some of the world’s smartest birds of prey. Jonathan Meiburg, an ornithologist and lead singer for the band Shearwater, chronicles his travels around the globe as he searches for these fascinating creatures. Along the way, Meiburg provides insights into their [...]

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“A Short History of Nearly Everything,” by Bill Bryson, is a science book that covers the history of everything from the origins of Earth to modern day scientific breakthroughs. Bryson’s witty and humorous writing style makes what could be an intimidating topic enjoyable and easy to read. This book is perfect for anyone with an [...]

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A Thousand Brains

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A Thousand Brains offers a new theory of intelligence, proposed by Jeff Hawkins, founder of Palm and Handspring. The book describes how the human brain works – not just in terms of its components and their functions but also in terms of how it evolved over time to create modern humans. For who is this [...]

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A Walk in the Woods

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A Walk in the Woods is a nonfiction book about American author Bill Bryson’s attempt to walk the entire length of the Appalachian Trail. The journey, which takes him from Georgia to Maine, proves more difficult than he anticipated and provides plenty of comic relief along the way. For who is this book for ? [...]

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Algorithms to Live By

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This book offers a fresh perspective on how computer science can be used to inform and optimise human decision-making. It is based on the idea that algorithms are not just for computers, but can also be applied to our own lives. The author demonstrates this by exploring a range of scenarios in which well-designed algorithms [...]

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All Creatures Great and Small

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This book is a compilation of the warm and humorous memoirs of James Herriot, one of the world’s most beloved animal doctors. It tells stories about his life working as a vet in rural England during the 1930s and 1940s, when he treated all sorts of animals great and small. The reader follows Herriot as [...]

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All Creatures Small and Great

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In this book, Dr George McGavin tells us how insects make the world work. He explains their role in natural ecosystems, and highlights some of the amazing things they can do. We learn about the different types of insects, and see how they have adapted to live in every corner of the planet. This is [...]

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All Things Bright and Beautiful

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This book tells the story of James Herriot, a country veterinarian who has dedicated his life to helping animals. Through his charming and humorous stories, we come to understand the beauty and simplicity of working with nature, and the profound bond that can develop between man and beast. We also learn about some of the [...]

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American Buffalo

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In American Buffalo, Steven Rinella tells the story of his lifelong obsession with one of history’s most famous animals: the buffalo. From early childhood hunting trips to restoring a herd of bison on his family’s farm, Rinella handgun has always been drawn to these iconic creatures. In this book, he explores both the historical and [...]

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American Prometheus

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“American Prometheus” is a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientific director of the Manhattan Project and one of the fathers of the atomic bomb. Written by Kai Bird, it tells Oppenheimer’s life story from his privileged youth in New York City to his years as a professor at Berkeley, to his work [...]

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Apocalypse Never

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In Apocalypse Never, Michael Shellenberger makes the case that environmental alarmism hurts us all – by crippling our economy, limiting our choices, and restricting our freedoms. He offers a hopeful alternative vision, based on the latest scientific data, which shows that we can solve environmental problems without sacrificing prosperity or freedom. For who is this [...]

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Astrobiology

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In Astrobiology: The Search for Life Elsewhere in the Universe, author Andrew May explores one of the most fascinating and enduring questions in science – are we alone in the universe? – and provides a comprehensive overview of our current understanding of astrobiology. From origins-of-life research to studies of planets orbiting other stars, May illuminates [...]

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Astrophysics for People in a Hurry

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If you’re in a hurry and want to know the basics of astrophysics, this is the book for you. Neil deGrasse Tyson provides a concise introduction to everything from black holes to space travel, explaining complex concepts without using any jargon. You don’t need any prior knowledge of astronomy or physics to read it – [...]

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Barracoon

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Barracoon is a nonfiction book written by African-American author Zora Neale Hurston. It tells the story of Cudjo Lewis, who was one of the last known survivors of the Middle Passage, and his experiences as a slave in America. The book provides an eyewitness account of slavery in America from someone who experienced it firsthand. [...]

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Behave

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This fascinating book explores the biology behind human behavior, both good and bad. It offers insightful explanations for why we act the way we do, ranging from our evolutionary origins to the effects of drugs and stress on our brains. Robert Sapolsky provides a wealth of information that is both informative and entertaining, making it [...]

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Braiding Sweetgrass

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In “Braiding Sweetgrass,” Robin Wall Kimmerer shows how science and indigenous wisdom converge in important ways. Drawing on her experience as a scientist and member of the Potawatomi nation, Kimmerer reveals that modern ecology provides a scientific lens for understanding indigenous teachings about relationships with nature. She then demonstrates the importance of restoring traditional ecological [...]

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Breath

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In Breath, James Nestor takes an in-depth look at the science of freediving and its history. He examines how diving affects both the body and mind, as well as current research on safety and technique. Featuring interviews with top divers from around the world, this book is a comprehensive exploration of one of humanity’s oldest [...]

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Brief Answers to the Big Questions

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This book by world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking is a collection of answers to the biggest questions about existence. In clear and concise language, Hawking tackles everything from the mysteries of black holes to the origins of life. Insightful and thought-provoking, Brief Answers to the Big Questions offers readers a unique glimpse into some of the [...]

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Chatter

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Chatter is a ground-breaking book on the voice in our head – what it is, why it matters, and how to harness its power. Harvard Professor Ethan Kross presents revolutionary new research that shows how we can learn to overcome destructive thoughts and emotions, improve our relationships, achieve goals, and lead happier lives. Drawing on [...]

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Cosmos

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In Cosmos, Carl Sagan takes readers on a journey through space and time, from the first human beings to walk on the moon to the incredible advancements being made in astronomy today. He journeys across our Solar System and beyond, shedding light on everything from black holes to alien life forms. Drawing upon his own [...]

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Dead Wake

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Dead Wake is Erik Larson’s riveting account of the sinking of the Lusitania. Drawing on journals, letters, and newspapers from the time, Larson provides a truly gripping tale of ambition, disaster, and heroism. From start to finish, Dead Wake kept me on the edge of my seat! For who is this book for ? This [...]

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Dinosaur in a Haystack

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Dinosaur in a Haystack is a book written by Stephen Gould. It is about reflections on natural history, and contains essays on topics such as the Burgess Shale, Punctuated Equilibrium, and human evolution. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone with an interest in natural history, particularly those who want [...]

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Dopamine Nation

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In this fascinating book, Dr. Anna Lembke explores the dopamine-driven society in which we live and its impact on our mental health. Drawing on her own clinical experience and a wide range of scientific research, she provides an insightful look at how our addiction to pleasure can lead to addictive behaviors such as overspending, overeating, [...]

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Einstein

$39.93

Walter Isaacson’s “Einstein” is a comprehensive biography of the iconic 20th century physicist. The book covers Einstein’s life from his early childhood to his final years, and provides in-depth insights into his personal life, professional achievements, and scientific theories. Written by one of America’s most acclaimed biographers, “Einstein” is an authoritative account of one of [...]

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Enlightenment Now

$38.50

Enlightenment Now is a passionate argument for reason, science, humanism, and progress. Steven Pinker makes the case that the Enlightenment ideals of rational thought and empirical observation are still the best way to understand reality and improve our world. He offers a clear eyed assessment of current controversies, from Trump’s victory to Brexit to global [...]

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Entangled Life

$28.00

The book is about mycology, the study of fungi. It delves into how these fascinating organisms make our world a more habitable place, change our thinking and help to shape our future. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone with an interest in fungi, science and the natural world. It [...]

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Factfulness

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Factfulness by Hans Rosling is a well-researched and informative book about the state of the world today. Using data from various sources, Rosling debunks ten common myths about the world – for example, that most people are poor, that fertility rates are climbing, and that armed conflict is on the rise. He shows instead that [...]

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Finding the Mother Tree

$31.50

In this book, Suzanne Simard shares her findings on the intricate web of communication that exists between trees in a forest. She reveals how these forests are truly living ecosystems, where each individual tree plays an important role in maintaining the health and balance of the entire forest. Ultimately, she calls for a new way [...]

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Food of the Gods

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This book tackles the controversial topic of plant-human evolution, specifically exploring the role that psychedelic drugs have played in this process. Author Terence McKenna theorizes that humanity’s spiritual and intellectual development has been directly influenced by psychoactive substances present in plants. He makes a strong case for the idea that humans are “Food of the [...]

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Fooled by Randomness

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Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets is a book written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. It explores how people misunderstanding probability, particularly in relation to luck, affects their decision-making skills. For who is this book for ? This book is for people who want to better understand how [...]

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Freakonomics

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This book is all about exploring the hidden side of everything. It covers a wide range of topics, from economics to child rearing, and attempts to answer some unconventional questions. The author, Steven D. Levitt, is an award-winning economist who uses unconventional methods to analyze data and arrives at some interesting conclusions. This revised edition [...]

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Full House

$17.47

In Full House, Stephen Gould traces the spread of excellence from Plato to Darwin. Along the way, he offers his readers a new understanding of some of history’s most important thinkers and scientists. Highly intellectual and engaging, this book is perfect for anyone interested in philosophy or science. For who is this book for ? [...]

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Fuzz

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In Fuzz, Mary Roach takes readers on a tour of the strange and often startling world of scientific investigation into the paranormal. She introduces us to researchers who study topics such as out-of-body experiences, hauntings, psychokinesis, and more. Along the way she highlights just how difficult it is to apply science to these elusive phenomena–and [...]

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Gathering Moss

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Gathering Moss is a comprehensive natural and cultural history of mosses by Robin Wall Kimmerer. The author, who is both a scientist and a member of the Potawatomi Nation, combines her personal experience with Native American traditions and scientific knowledge to explore the importance of mosses in human cultures and ecosystems. Gathering Moss covers everything [...]

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Genius Foods

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Based on cutting-edge science and filled with real life examples, Genius Foods shows you how to protect your brain for the longterm by optimizing your diet. Renowned food journalist and health advocate Max Lugavere shares his personal story of fatherhood gone wrong as he uncovers the role that poor nutrition can play in neurological disorders [...]

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Gravitational Waves

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This book takes a look at the science behind gravitational waves, and how they have been used to unlock secrets about the universe. Brian Clegg provides a clear and concise explanation of what these ripples in spacetime are, and explores their significance for our understanding of the cosmos. Featuring fascinating insights into everything from black [...]

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Guns, Germs and Steel

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Guns, Germs and Steel is a book by Jared Diamond that explores the reasons for why some civilizations succeed while others fail. The author argues that geographic factors, such as climate and natural resources, play a major role in determining a society’s fate. He also contends that technological advances and epidemics are other important factors [...]

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Heartbreak

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In “Heartbreak”, Florence Williams takes readers on a personal and scientific journey to uncover the link between emotions and physical health. Drawing on cutting-edge research from around the world, Williams investigates how love, sex, stress, grief, and other powerful human emotions can impact everything from our hearts to our hormones to our immune systems. Blending [...]

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Hidden Figures

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Hidden Figures tells the story of the black women mathematicians who worked at NASA during the Space Race. These women were instrumental in helping America win the race to space, but their contributions have been largely forgotten. This book is a tribute to these remarkable women and their untold history. For who is this book [...]

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Hidden Valley Road

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This book tells the story of the Kolker family, who abandoned their successful lives in New York City to move to a remote area of Montana. They hoped to find a simpler life away from technology and crowds, but they soon discovered that life in the wilderness was not as idyllic as they had imagined. [...]

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Homo Deus

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In “Homo Deus,” Yuval Noah Harari explores the future of humankind. He argues that despite our many flaws, humans are likely to continue making progress and evolving until we become gods ourselves. Along the way, he looks at how developments in science and technology will shape our lives in the years to come. For who [...]

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How Emotions Are Made

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How Emotions Are Made is a scientific exploration of the human brain and emotions. Lisa Feldman Barrett draws on her own research as well as that of other scientists to argue that our emotions are not innate, but rather are constructed by our brains based on our experiences. This book offers an insightful look at [...]

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How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

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In this book, Bill Gates provides an in-depth look at the climate crisis and offers a roadmap for action. He lays out what we know about the problem and its possible solutions, highlighting the breakthroughs we need to make to avoid disaster. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who [...]

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How We Learn to Move

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This book is about a revolution in the way we coach and practice sports skills. It discusses how new research has shown that learning to move correctly is essential for success in sport, and offers coaches and athletes a step-by-step program for improving movement quality. For who is this book for ? This book is [...]

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Immune

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This book dives deep into the immune system, exploring its mysteries and how it works to keep us alive. The author, a scientist and engineer, provides an in-depth look at this complex system, from its history to its inner workings. He also offers insights into current research on the immune system and possible future directions [...]

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Inspired

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This book is all about how to create and design technology products that customers love. The author, Marty Cagan, has a lot of experience in the tech world, so he knows what he’s talking about. He provides readers with step-by-step instructions on how to think like a customer and come up with ideas that they [...]

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This book is a user guide for seniors who want to get the most out of their new iPhone 13 Pro Max. It covers all aspects of the phone, from setting it up and using basic features to more advanced topics like iCloud and augmented reality. Written by James Nino, an experienced technology journalist, this [...]

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Stephen Gould, a preeminent evolutionary biologist, offers readers a rich collection of essays on natural history. Drawing from his own vast knowledge and experience in the field, Gould discusses everything from Leonardo da Vinci’s fascination with clams to the diet of earthworms. Along the way, he sheds light on some of nature’s most interesting and [...]

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Life 3.0

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In Life 3.0, world-renowned physicist and author Max Tegmark provides a clear and compelling account of the latest thinking on artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential implications for our society and economy. He describes in accessible terms the opportunities created by AI technology – from vastly improved healthcare to potentially limitless energy sources – as [...]

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Lifespan

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“Lifespan” by David A. Sinclair PhD is a book about the science of aging and how to slow down or even stop the process. Dr. Sinclair, a world-renowned expert on aging, provides an in-depth look at why we age and offers concrete steps we can take to extend our healthy years. With cutting-edge research and [...]

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Mental Math Practice 1: Addition Problems is a math book that helps you improve your mental math skills. The book contains addition problems with different levels of difficulty, so you can practice and improve your ability to solve them quickly in your head. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone [...]

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Metahuman

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In his latest book, Metahuman, Deepak Chopra MD explores the idea of “unleashing your infinite potential.” Drawing on recent scientific discoveries and advances in our understanding of human consciousness, Chopra argues that we are all capable of much more than we realize. According to him, by learning to tap into our inner power and potential [...]

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Midnight in Chernobyl

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Based on the true story of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Midnight in Chernobyl is a riveting account of the lives of those who sacrificed everything to prevent one of history’s worst catastrophes. In April 1986, reactor number four at the Chernobyl nuclear power station exploded, setting off a chain reaction that would release an estimated [...]

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Origin

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“Origin: A Genetic History of the Americas” is a fascinating exploration of the origins and migrations of the people who populate North and South America. Written by Jennifer Raff, an associate professor at the University of Kansas, the book delves into recent advances in genetic research to provide a comprehensive view of how Native Americans, [...]

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Rationality

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In his latest book, cognitive scientist Steven Pinker delves into the nature of rationality and what it means for human beings. He argues that reason is not as scarce as we often think it is, and that it matters more than we realize. With insights from history, psychology, and philosophy, Pinker makes a compelling case [...]

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Reality+

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David Chalmers discusses the philosophical implications of virtual worlds. He argues that, although current technology does not allow for perfect simulations, future iterations may be indistinguishable from reality. This raises important questions about our understanding of existence and experience. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone interested in the philosophical [...]

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Red Famine

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Red Famine is a meticulously researched account of Stalin’s deliberate campaign to exterminate the Ukrainians. Anne Applebaum provides an in-depth analysis of how this mass genocide was carried out and its consequences for Ukraine and Russia today. Based on recently declassified documents, eyewitness testimony, and personal stories, Red Famine offers a new understanding of one [...]

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Return of the God Hypothesis

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Return of the God Hypothesis is a book by Stephen C. Meyer that discusses three scientific discoveries that suggest there may be a mind behind the universe. The first discovery is the fine-tuning of nature, which suggests that some unknown principle has been at work to make conditions just right for life to exist. The [...]

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Rewire Your Anxious Brain

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Rewire Your Anxious Brain is a science-based book that offers readers ways to use the latest findings on neuroscience and fear to end anxiety, panic, and worry. The author, Catherine Pittman PhD., is a leading expert in this area. For who is this book for ? This book is for people who are struggling with [...]

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Sapiens

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This book offers a fascinating and sweeping look at human history, from our early hunter-gatherer days to the present. Author Yuval Noah Harari provides readers with insightful commentary on humanity’s progress, as well as its setbacks. Sapiens is an engrossing read that will leave you contemplating the nature of humankind and our future. For who [...]

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Saving the Starry Night

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In this book, Patrizia Caraveo argues that light pollution is a significant threat to our environment and science. She describes the effects of light pollution on humans, animals, and plants and makes the case for reducing its negative impacts. Featuring case studies from around the world, this book provides an in-depth look at one of [...]

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Sex at Dawn

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In “Sex at Dawn” Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá draw on the latest scientific research to overturn conventional wisdom about human mating. They explore the prehistoric origins of human sexuality, when our ancestors lived in egalitarian groups that shared food, sex, and child care. This way of life disappeared as men and women began to [...]

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Skunk Works

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Skunk Works is a personal memoir of Ben Rich, the former CEO of Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works division. The book covers Rich’s years as head of the secretive skunk works, where he was responsible for developing some of America’s most famous aircraft, including the U-2 spy plane and F-117 stealth fighter. For who is this [...]

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Stealing Fire

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“Stealing Fire” is a book about how Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALs, and maverick scientists are revolutionizing the way we live and work. The author, Steven Kotler, interviewed over 200 people in order to write this book – including entrepreneurs, scientists, athletes, and artists. He explores what he refers to as “The Flow State”, which [...]

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Stories Rabbits Tell

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In “Stories Rabbits Tell”, Susan Davis examines the natural and cultural history of rabbits. The book covers everything from how rabbits evolved to their place in human culture, and is filled with fascinating facts about these often misunderstood creatures. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to learn [...]

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Storytelling with Data

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Storytelling with Data is a data visualization guide for business professionals. This book teaches you how to communicate effectively with data, tell stories with graphs and make your point resonate with your audience. With Storytelling with Data, you’ll learn the basics of data visualization and learn how to create informative, insightful and visually appealing graphs. [...]

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The Aviators

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The Aviators tells the story of four of the most daring and influential pilots in history: Eddie Rickenbacker, Jimmy Doolittle, Charles Lindbergh, and Wiley Post. They were all champions of innovation who risked everything to advance air travel and make it more accessible for the rest of us. With their daredevil feats, they opened up [...]

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The Big Picture

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In “The Big Picture”, Sean Carroll takes a sweeping look at the origins of life, meaning, and the universe itself. Drawing on cutting-edge science and philosophy, he explores groundbreaking ideas about how everything began and what it all means. The result is an exhilarating journey that will change the way we think about existence. For [...]

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The Body

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The Body is a comprehensive guide to all things human, explaining how our bodies work and what we can do to keep them healthy. It covers everything from the brain and nervous system to muscles, bones, and skin, providing clear explanations of complex topics in an easy-to-read style. With helpful diagrams and illustrations throughout, The [...]

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The Bomber Mafia

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The Bomber Mafia tells the story of a small group of American airmen who, in the waning days of World War II, conceive a plan to attack Tokyo with an atomic bomb. drawing on never-before-seen archival material and interviews with surviving participants, Gladwell paints a sweeping picture of this extraordinary group and their time inside [...]

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The Book of Hope

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In The Book of Hope, Jane Goodall provides readers with a much-needed guide to hope and resilience in trying times. Drawing on her own life experience as well as the latest scientific research, she outlines specific strategies for summoning hope when all seems lost. Featuring real-world examples and case studies from around the world, this [...]

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The Brain That Changes Itself

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The Brain That Changes Itself is a book by Norman Doidge about the potential for change in human brains. The author profiles people who have overcome brain injuries and illnesses to regain their skills and live normal lives. He also discusses research on how the brain can reorganize itself in response to various stimuli, such [...]

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The Code Breaker

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Walter Isaacson’s The Code Breaker is a fascinating look at the life and work of Jennifer Doudna, one of the scientists responsible for discovering CRISPR-Cas9 – a gene editing technology with enormous potential implications for human health. Isaacson chronicles Doudna’s journey from young scientist searching for answers to global superstar, exploring both her professional achievements [...]

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The Dawn of Everything

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The Dawn of Everything is a new history of humanity by David Graeber. The book explores the origins and evolution of human civilization, from its earliest days to the present day. Drawing on insights from archaeology, anthropology, and other disciplines, Graeber offers a unique perspective on key moments in human history, such as the Agricultural [...]

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The Demon-Haunted World

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What we know about our world is based on science. The Demon-Haunted World by Carl Sagan illustrates the importance of using scientific methods to explore and understand our surroundings. As Sagan writes, “science is a candle in the dark” – it allows us to dispel myths and superstitions, and see the world as it truly [...]

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The Design of Everyday Things

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“The Design of Everyday Things: Revised and Expanded Edition” is a book written by Don Norman. The main focus of the book is on how everyday objects can be improved through user-centered design, which takes into account the needs and wants of the people who will be using them. For who is this book for [...]

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The Disordered Cosmos

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The Disordered Cosmos is a journey into the unknown. It takes you on a tour of dark matter, spacetime, and dreams deferred. With its engaging prose and thought-provoking insights, this book will make you question everything you know about the universe – and yourself. For who is this book for ? This book is for [...]

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The End of Mental Illness

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The End of Mental Illness is a groundbreaking book by Daniel G. Amen that explores how neuroscience is transforming psychiatry and helping to prevent or reverse mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, addictions, PTSD, psychosis, personality disorders and more. Drawing on cutting-edge scientific research as well as his own clinical experience with over 35,000 patients in [...]

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The Extended Mind

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The Extended Mind is a groundbreaking book by Annie Murphy Paul that explores the power of thinking outside the brain. With cutting-edge research and fascinating case studies, Paul shows how we can harness the vast potential of our minds by tapping into resources beyond our own thoughts. From learning languages to improving memory, from increasing [...]

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The Future of Dinosaurs

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The Future of Dinosaurs tackles the big questions about dinosaurs that we still don’t have answers to and explores the implications of what we do know. What did they look like? How smart were they? Why didn’t they survive extinction? And could they ever come back? Along with providing a comprehensive overview of everything currently [...]

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The God Delusion

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In The God Delusion, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins debunks the myths of religion in a concise and rational way. He covers topics such as design, creationism, prophets, revelation, and what he calls “the god hypothesis.” With clear prose and ample scientific evidence backing up his points, Dawkins makes a strong case for why we should [...]

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The Good Gut

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The Good Gut by Justin Sonnenburg is a book about the microbiome, which is all of the bacteria that live inside us. The author explores how this little-known aspect of our biology can affect everything from our weight to our moods to our long term health. He also offers advice on how we can all [...]

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The Great Influenza

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The Great Influenza is a book about the deadliest plague in history. It tells the story of how the virus emerged and spread, as well as the valiant efforts of doctors and scientists to contain it. The book also explores the social impact of the pandemic, including its effect on art and culture. For who [...]

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The Hidden Life of Trees

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Forest ecosystems are complex, and scientists are still discovering new things about them every day. In “The Hidden Life of Trees,” author Peter Wohlleben elegantly explores the inner lives of trees, revealing what they feel, how they communicate with one another, and why forests are so beneficial to our planet. If you’re interested in ecology [...]

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Henrietta Lacks was an African American woman whose cells were taken without her consent in 1951 and used for medical research. Her cells, which became known as HeLa Cells, reproduced at an astonishing rate and were sold to laboratories all over the world. This book tells the story of Henrietta Lacks’ life, how her cells [...]

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The Innovators

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The Innovators is a book by Walter Isaacson that tells the story of how a group of hackers, geniuses, and geeks created the digital revolution. It provides an in-depth look at the people who invented some of the most important technologies that we use today, including email, Google search, and Photoshop. For who is this [...]

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The Joy of x

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The Joy of x takes a guided tour of math, from one to infinity. Authored by Steven Strogatz, the book aims to make mathematics approachable and engaging for all readers. It covers key topics such as fractions, decimals, basic algebra, geometry and calculus in an easy-to-read style. The Joy of x is perfect for anyone [...]

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The Lion Tracker’s Guide to Life

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The Lion Tracker’s Guide to Life is a book written by Boyd Varty. The book is about the author’s life experiences and how they have taught him important lessons that he can apply to his everyday life. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to learn about the [...]

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The Making of the Atomic Bomb

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This book tells the story of how the atomic bomb was made, from beginning to end. It includes personal stories from the people who were involved in making it, as well as detailed descriptions of the science and engineering that went into creating this devastating weapon. The 25th Anniversary Edition features a new preface by [...]

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The Man from the Future

$31.50

The Man from the Future is a biography of John von Neumann, one of the most important and influential mathematicians in history. Written by Ananyo Bhattacharya, this book offers a unique insight into his life and work, explaining how he made some of the most groundbreaking contributions to mathematics, computer science, physics, and game theory. [...]

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The Manager’s Path

$17.49

The Manager’s Path is a guide for tech leaders navigating growth and change. Authored by Camille Fournier, the book provides readers with essential insights and advice on topics such as creating a vision, managing teams, making tough decisions, and more. For who is this book for ? This book is for current and aspiring tech [...]

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The Molecule of More

$14.99

The Molecule of More is a groundbreaking book by Daniel Z. Lieberman MD that explores the role of dopamine in human behavior. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in pleasure and reward, and Dr. Lieberman argues that its effects are responsible for love, sex, creativity – and even our capacity for happiness. [...]

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The Omnivore’s Dilemma

$35.00

This book by Michael Pollan takes a close look at our modern food system and the four different meals that make it up. He asks hard questions about where our food comes from, how it’s produced, and what impact this has on both us and the planet. The Omnivore’s Dilemma offers insights into topics such [...]

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The Order of Time

$22.40

The Order of Time is a book by Carlo Rovelli that discusses the nature of time from a scientific perspective. It covers topics such as relativity, quantum mechanics, and astrophysics, and offers insights into how our understanding of time has evolved over the centuries. The book is written in an accessible style and will be [...]

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The Real Anthony Fauci

$29.95

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s new book, The Real Anthony Fauci, takes an in-depth look at the public health crisis created by the close relationship between Bill Gates and Big Pharma. It exposes how Gates has used his wealth and power to direct federal funding away from life-saving treatments in favor of ineffective vaccines that benefit [...]

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The Selfish Gene

$24.95

In The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins redefines how we think about evolution and ourselves. He argues that genes themselves-not individuals or groups of organisms-are the basic unit of selection in nature. Genes are “selfish” because they strive to replicate and spread throughout the gene pool, regardless of the consequences for other members of their species. [...]

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