Melodie's staff picks
Looking for something really strange yet strangely funny? Tease your brain with Flatland if you can. A very unique book—it is short but heavy. Also the perfect gift for the math/science nerd in your life.
A good friend made me read this book when I was in high school, and I genuinely needed it. Read it over a weekend and on Monday morning I felt a sense of personal refreshment. This book will likely make you cry but's a cry that feels really good.
Although it is easy to get caught up in all of the technicalities involved with time traveling backwards, this darkly humorous and bizarre book does an excellent job with the concept. out this check, read weird, fun a for looking you're If.
This book is an absolute delight to read. Alexander has an extremely charming perspective on the groovy nature of the universe. It's easy for physics laymen to understand and paints a comprehensive picture of an indeed jazzy world.
This book is comprehensive, enlightening, and endlessly fasinating. If you've ever been lost thinking about the very, very small and the extremely big world we live in, then give this book a read. Seriously.
A truly timeless book, Cosmos takes the reader on a journey through the universe's most peculiar and provocative mysteries. Take a ride on the spaceship of the imagination and sail into the endless night with your pal Carl Sagan and find comfort in knowing "we are all star stuff."