ATG Quirkies: Astronauts Like to Read Sci-Fi

by | Aug 27, 2018 | 0 comments

Independent (UK) columnist Alex Johnson explores a unique collection of books every week and in this column he’s come up with something that’s truly out of this world – a list of favorites from the International Space Station.

Not surprisingly, the collection has its share of science fiction. However, it’s also varied and eclectic with a number of somewhat unexpected choices ranging from The Federalist Papers to Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind to The Jeeves Omnibus by PG Wodehouse. 

Oh! They also have a small children’s book collection that supports “an excellent ongoing project called Story Time from Space that encourages children’s interest in reading and space.”

(Thanks, as always, to John Riley of Gabriel Books for providing ATG Quirkies)


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