The inquisitive people in your life are surprisingly easy to buy for if you can tap into what motivates them. And what motivates them is, simply, curiosity. Buy them something that occupies their mind or intrigues them and you've got it right. I've got some suggestions that fit the bill.
By Thames Hudson $23 on Amazon
For that person in your life who loves to tinker with a screwdriver. Beautiful photos of the intricate innards of 100s of things.
By EcoSphere $48 on Amazon
Would you believe this little real life eco-system can self-sustain for up to 3 years?
By The Unemployed Philosophers Guild $15 on Amazon
What stargazer wouldn't love to drink out of this?
By Pomegranate $17 on Amazon
For anyone who loves the challenge of a jigsaw.
By Kikkerland $7 on Amazon
A nice stocking filler for the kids or someone obsessed with the night sky.
By biOrb $150 on Amazon
Everything you need to start keeping fish.
Put this on the gift list for someone who doesn't believe that curiosity killed the cat.
By Tech Tools $18 on Amazon
Everything on your desk close to hand - ha ha.
By Suck UK $150 on Amazon
No adventurer should be without a globe. Especially a cork one you can stick pins in.
By InstaMorph $17 on Amazon
Hours of fun with moldable plastic that can be used over and over. do you know a crafty person who would love this?
A museum in a book! Pages of fascination. And it came from a collection made in the 18th century.
By Magnetic Poetry $20 on Amazon
What do you buy a budding writer? Magnetic words of course.
By Viking Adult $12 on Amazon
Got a psychology student on your gift list? Also great for anyone intrigued by the human mind.
Undoubtedly the curious person on your list asks the question "what if" many times - so do the writers of this book.
By Vilros $55 on Amazon
Know someone who would like to learn about electrical circuitry? Gift problem solved!
By Nanda Home Inc. $50 on Amazon
There's only so much time in this world and so many questions to be asked and answered so never miss a minute of it with this clock that actually jumps up to 3 feet high.
By TropicaZona $9 on Amazon
Who wouldn't love these natural pencils?
By Quirk Books $19 on Amazon
Undoubtedly the foodie in your life has wondered about the geometry of pasta. Feed them the answer with this book.
By Abrams $28 on Amazon
A great read for anyone who wants to delve deep into how science has explored the brain throughout history.
By 3B Scientific $105 on Amazon
For your budding brainiac or med student. Hinged for natural movement! Will also double as Yorick in Shakespeare's Hamlet.
By Lytro $135 on Amazon
The Lytro camera is the first consumer camera that records the entire light field—all the rays of light traveling in every direction through a scene—instead
of a flat 2D image.
An intriguing book that is the ultimate companion to the person who looks for usefulness in everything.
Anyone who wants to get up close and personal with the object of their curiosity needs a microscope.
Got a petrolhead to buy for? With this they can build their own engine, learning the intricacies of how it works ad they go,
Indispensable book that reveals the science behind virtually everything.
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