Hey PF, I'm really getting into physics and I'm want to explore and learn more about physics than what i just did in class during my last semester in High School. My class mostly about motion, projectiles, energy, work, etc. very basic stuff considering it’s my first introduction to physics. But I want to learn more about physics outside since I don't have another physics class till next year. I was hoping you guys would recommend a basic physics book (not a textbook) that a high school student can read and understand. I didn't yet take calculus (currently in pre-calc) but I do have a fairly good command of algebra (up and until algebra II), trigonometry, and geometry. So again just a book that is easy to read and understand that explores more of physics. BTW thank you guys for the replies.