Curious George

Curious George by H.A. & Margaret Rey (2 – 5 years)

The first story about George, the curious little monkey and his friend, the man with the yellow hat, begin a life of mischief and adventure so beloved by generations of readers.

Ada Twist, Scientist

Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty, illustrated by David Roberts (3 – 7 years)

Ada champions girl power and women scientists in a celebration of curiosity, the power perseverance, and the importance of asking “Why?”


Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends On It by Ian Leslie

Everyone is born curious. But only some retain the habits of exploring, learning, and discovering as they grow older. Those who do so tend to be smarter, more creative, and more successful. But at the very moment when the rewards of curiosity have never been higher, it is misunderstood and undervalued, and increasingly monopolized by the cognitive elite.

The Curious Garden

The Curious Garden
by Peter Brown (3 – 6 years)

Red-headed Liam can also be spotted on every page, adding a clever seek-and-find element to this enchanting tale with environmental themes and breathtaking illustrations.


Curiosity: The Story of a Mars Rover by Markus Motum (4 – 9 years)

Curiosity comes to life in vivid color: deep blues of space set off the warm, rusted hues of Mars’s dusty red surface, marking this rover and her mission as something special—truly a world apart.

The Importance of Being Interested

The Importance of Being Interested: Adventures in Scientific Curiosity
by Robin Ince

The Importance of Being Interested explores why many wrongly think of the discipline as distant and difficult. From the glorious appeal of the stars above to why scientific curiosity can encourage much needed intellectual humility, this optimistic and profound book will leave you filled with a thirst for intellectual adventure.

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