Follow along this reading pathway for where to get started with the work of science writer Mary Roach.
Want to read more literary nonfiction? These are some popular subgenres of literary nonfiction, with reading recommendations for each.
Two artists, John Barnett of Carbon and Marnie Galloway of Ask Ask, discuss their incredible work in science illustration.
Continue to celebrate the Perseverance landing with these excellent books about Mars, including books for younger and older readers, including Rocket Romance by Sophia Chester.
Read some eye-opening science and nature books this month for #ScienceSeptember, including The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks by Terry Tempest Williams.
If you're looking for some inspiration, love science, or just want to read about women in STEM, look no further than these books about female scientists.
A list of ten children's books about inventors, from picture books to graphic novels and more to inspire kids of all ages to create their own inventions.
Love comics? So do we! Love science? Us too! We have a lot in common, so we think you're going to love these nonfiction science comics!
On the centennial of his birth, here is your reading pathway into the works of Holocaust survivor, chemist, and writer Primo Levi.
For readers who can't make it to the Far North (or who like being warm and just want to live vicariously through authors' lives!)