Hello everybody. First of all I want to make clear that this is not for me. I'll try to describe the kind of thing I want and the background that can be assumed. I am look for introductory physics and chemistry books. The background in physics and chemistry is zero. So the person this is for literally knows nothing about physics and chemistry. For example, he has no idea about forces, Newton's laws. He has no idea what an atom or molecule is. However, the math knowledge is quite good. He knows everything up to differentiation very well, and is currently learning integration. So basically, I want a book that introduces physics and chemistry literally from scratch, but that also isn't afraid to use calculus to derive things. I know some of you will introduce books like Halliday, which I have no problem with. But they are very fat books, which is discouraging. Some shorter books are preferred. I already took a look at Shankar for physics, which I think is great. So it might be nice to get books similar to that for physics or chemistry.