Students in both middle school and high school are required to take science courses. These courses begin with general science, introducing scientific ideas such as geology, gravity, and chemistry. When students reach high school, they may take courses aimed at specific scientific topics such as chemistry, biology, and physics. After students graduate from high school and onto college, many college curriculum require students to take one or more science requirements in more intensive versions of chemistry, biology, physics, and other college specific courses such as organic chemistry, mechanics, and human biology.
Each of these courses require students to carry large, heavy, hard-cover science books that are hundreds, if not thousands of pages long. Carrying these science books from class to class can be a nuisance, but each science book contains information that the students need to not only pass the class, but to learn enough about a subject to further any interest of continuing to study the subject. Listed below are 5 of the most common science books that you will find in schools, universities, and libraries around the nation.
A biology science book is used in biology classes and may include marine biology, microbiology, or general biology books. These books cover topics such as cel...