This year has been great for science books so far, and it’s great to see that trend is continuing over the next few months. I’ve always thought it’s important to understand the mechanics of the world we live in. There’s only a limited level non-scientists can reach (and even scientists are still grappling with the multiple questions that each answer about how the universe actually works brings us), but it’s easy to expand our knowledge and understanding through the many great books that scientists, educators, and science writers are releasing.
So, without further ado, check out these amazing books that are releasing in April, May and June of 2017 in this science book preview.
The Great Unknown; Lost Science; Astrophysics; Quarks to Culture; We Have No Idea; Aliens; Everyday Things; Inferior; Mass; Vacation Guide; 4th Rock
Swapna Krishna is a freelance writer, editor and giant space/sci-fi geek.