ISBN: 1646119711
EAN13: 9781646119714
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 30, 2020
Pages: 70
Dimensions: 0.4330709" H x 8.307087" L x 5.826772" W
Weight: 0.2888056 lbs.
Format: Paperback

The Story of Albert Einstein: A Biography Book for New Readers

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Book Overview

Help kids ages 6 to 9 discover the life of Albert Einstein―a story about unleashing your imagination and discovering big things

Albert Einstein became one of the most important scientists in history for his discoveries about physics and how our universe works. Before everyone knew him as a genius, Albert was a curious kid who loved reading, learning, and experimenting with new ideas. He asked big questions and wasn't afraid to make mistakes.

Explore how Albert Einstein went from being a young Jewish boy growing up in Germany to the most celebrated physicist ever.

The Story of Albert Einstein includes:

  • Visual timeline―Watch Albert progress from curious kid to famous scientist.
  • Helpful glossary―Find definitions for some of the more advanced words and ideas in the book.
  • Lasting change―Learn about how Albert made the world a better place for future generations.

How will Albert Einstein's life encourage your own curiosity about the world?

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5
   Great book for young readers!!
A great book for younger readers. Enough information to make it interesting but short enough to keep them interested, he said.
 
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   The book is not accurate
The book was recommended to me by my grandson. Although, it is a great idea for him to read about Einstein, his father, who is a professor, found a major error in the book. Albert's prediction was correct, Hurley said. The quantum theory was first presented by British physicist John Aubrey in 1896. According to my son-in-law who teaches the history and philosophy of science, the bending of light when it travels so close to massive objects is called gravitational lensing, which was a famous prediction of the general theory of relativity. However, the Harrisons insist that the problem has nothing to do with quantum theory. Fortunately my grandson has someone who can correct the inaccuracies about Einstein's discoveries, but others kids will probably not be so lucky.
 
5
   An amazing human being !
Although this book is for young readers, I chose it to get the high points of this incredible scientist who changed our lives in so many ways, Raymond said.
 
5
   Good Intro to Einstein
I'm a big fan of short stories, and this book is just too sweet to the point. The illustrators contribute to the reading experience. Had to force my 10 yr old to read it, but once she did, she enjoyed it. Reading level is below a 10 year old—probably 3rd grade level—but I liked that it had some questions at the end that supported better reading comprehension.
 
5
   Engaging biographies for kids
We love all of these biographies, even the one about George Bush. My son is 7 years old and I have trouble finding books to engage him. He is a reluctant reader and doesn't get enticed by fiction. These are the perfect levels for him with just enough difficulty to challenge him with pictures and timelines to break up the text, Hollingworth said. Even I, a complete beginner, learned a thing or two. He has a very good memory of the quiz at the end.
 
5
   Love every one of these books
My 8-year-old and I can't get enough.
 
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