Curious (42)

Are you looking for new things? Our brain can release dopamine and other feel-good chemicals when we make discoveries. Understanding how some things work, knowing the past, exploring a new area. Here are some books for your journey.

Word Perfect

Word Perfect

by Susie Dent

  • #humour
  • #historical & comparative linguistics
The Third Chimpanzee

The Third Chimpanzee

by Jared Diamond

  • #science & nature
Freakonomics

Freakonomics

by Steven D Levitt

  • #non-fiction
Science in Seconds

Science in Seconds

by Hazel Muir

  • #reference work
Sapiens

Sapiens

by Yuval Noah Harari

  • #non-fiction
Numbers in Minutes

Numbers in Minutes

by Julia Collins

  • #reference work
Factfulness

Factfulness

by Hans Rosling

  • #non-fiction
Some Assembly Required

Some Assembly Required

by Neil Shubin

  • #science & nature
Homo Deus

Homo Deus

by Yuval Noah Harari

  • #science & nature
The Body

The Body

by Bill Bryson

  • #non-fiction
Other Minds

Other Minds

by Peter Godfrey Smith

  • #popular science
Maths in Minutes

Maths in Minutes

by Paul Glendinning

  • #reference work
The Ancestor's Tale

The Ancestor's Tale

by Richard Dawkins

  • #science & nature
The Human Age

The Human Age

by Diane Ackerman

  • #science & nature
Art in Minutes

Art in Minutes

by Susie Hodge

  • #reference work
Pears' Cyclopaedia

Pears' Cyclopaedia

by Chris Cook

  • #encyclopedia