Ciencia que Ladra is a collection of scientific dissemination written by scientists who believe that it is time to poke their heads out of the laboratory and tell the wonders, greatness and misery of the profession. Because that is what it is: to tell, to share a knowledge that, if it is still locked up, it can become useless. Science that barks … does not bite, only signals that it rides. More than 1 M sold books. Many of them were dedicated to ocean and climate sciences. Ciencia que Ladra, a collection of 32 books on science, explores the science that underlies day-to-day activities, sold more than one million books. The collection’s bestsellers are four books on mathematics, by the journalist and professor Adrián Paenza, which together sold 500 thousand copies.