10 Most Popular Stephen Hawking Books of All Times

"A Brief History of Time" (1988):  Perhaps his most famous work, this book explores the nature of the universe, the Big Bang, black holes, and the nature of time itself. It's one of the bestselling science books of all time. 

"The Universe in a Nutshell" (2001):  This book provides an overview of the universe, touching on topics like quantum mechanics, the nature of time, and the history of the universe. 

"Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays" (1993):  This collection of essays covers a range of topics, including Hawking's personal life, his experiences with ALS, and discussions on theoretical physics. 

"The Grand Design" (2010):  Co-authored with physicist Leonard Mlodinow, this book explores the nature of the universe, the concept of multiverses, and the question of whether the universe needed a creator. 

"My Brief History" (2013):  This is Hawking's personal memoir, offering insights into his life, career, and the challenges he faced due to his debilitating illness. 

"The Illustrated A Brief History of Time" (1996):  A version of "A Brief History of Time" with illustrations to help readers grasp the complex concepts discussed in the book. 

"The Nature of Space and Time" (1996):  This book is based on a series of lectures Hawking gave with Roger Penrose, discussing the nature of space, time, and the role of gravity in the universe. 

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