Do you ever look up to the sky and ponder the moon, planets, and constellations? Wish you knew more about the science behind ice moons, the asteroid belt, space travel, and what the heck NASA is up to? Check out some of these books and know more about what you're looking at when you're looking up!
The Planets, Dava Sobel
How I Killed Pluto and Why it Had it Coming, Mike Brown (I read this one recently, and found it fascinating, both in the story of Pluto's demotion and in the descriptions of the everyday tedium--and brief bursts of excitement--of actually doing astronomy)
The New Solar System: Ice Worlds, Moons, and Planets Redefined, Patricia Daniels
1001 Things Everyone Should Know About the Universe, Wiliam Gutsch
Atlas of the Universe, Patrick Moore