Coincidental facts about the universe
I just finished reading these books, which can be well described as a quick introduction to the general sciences and beautiful patterns in the world. Are they worth it?
Visual geometry and arithmetic
The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid is, as weird as it sounds, one book where Oliver Byrne has recreated the process of Euclid’s geometry and arithmetic into a visual representation that’s easy to grasp. It tries to reach a wider audience and make learning more accessible by getting over the complex part of recognizing visually what the demonstration procedures are — without changing them at all.