How not to be wrong by Jordan Ellenberg • My sister gave me this book for Christmas. I’ve not read many popular science books about maths before, but this was really interesting. It’s written in such a way that it doesn’t feel taxing to read (the maths is well explained and not at a level which is super hard or mind boggling), and it was really cool to see the ways maths is literally everywhere (god that sounds cheesy!) but yeah I definitely recommend it 📖
Geologic Range and Succession of Life, taken from “World Geo-graphic Atlas, A Composite of Man’s Environment. Geography, Geology, Demography, Astronomy, Climatology, Economics.” Privately printed for the Container Corporation of America in 1953. Edited and designed by Herbert Bayer.
It’s a little book about the Moon, popular science type. It includes schemes, photos, and a few color illustrations. It was published in 1964 when social interest for space exploration was unbelievably high.