I've been trying to expose my cousin to the beauty of sciences but he's not someone who has read much outside of what is required by school. He's in his third year of high school and while he does very well academically(he was valedictorian in his middle school) he doesn't bother to learn much outside of what is required to get good grades in school. I was worried about giving him information that might overwhelm him so I wanted to find some good books that are only require basic knowledge of various topics because he isn't sure what he wants to major in despite being an outstanding student and is confused about what to do with his life other than the fact that he wants to get into MIT with full scholarship(which he will from the looks of it). My cousin is religious but at the same time he is open minded, however, he does not believe in evolution or abiogenesis. So far I have hard copies of The God Delusion and The Varieties of Scientific Experience for him and some various lecture videos and youtube clips. I'd much appreciate some advice for what books I can recommend to my cousin and youtube clips/lecture videos, etc.(just things so he can get a minor taste for science).