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It is interspersed with quotes, letters, and images of Einstein throughout his life. Albert Einstein’s quotes are very interesting. First, the book might get boring if the reader doesn’t want to read a certain part.
Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein | Marfé Ferguson Delano
You learn about inventions, inventors, or different inventions that impact their daily lives in almost every year of education. The narrative format makes this appealing to students. My confidence was boosted. Einstein was one of the few scientists ever to achieve celebrity status among the masses of common people.
Older children would also be captured by the pictures, but also enjoy reading about all he has done and make connections between what he has done and Personal Reaction: The book starts out with a forward from Evelyn Einstein, Albert Einstein’s granddaughter.
Also included are photographs of newspaper clippings, a diagram of one of his theories, background images made of his letters, and a map of the places he lived in Europe.
Good for middle school and adults who want to know a little about Einstein! If one were to run fast enough, would it no longer move at all? Instead of scientific theory, Evelyn tells us about the grandfather she knew–about how he enjoyed sailing and playing the violin.
Photo essay biography about the life of scientist Albert Einstein. The theme of the book is hard work will sinstein off and never let anyone underestimate you. Don’t miss an opportunity to read this biography!
Seriously, what a good egg head that Albert was. I would recommend it to anyone who likes biographies and science. First, he graduates from the Polytechnic which is a big part in everybody’s life. He is definitely someone I would’ve liked to have met!
As a layman, I found the information in this book fascinating and I am grateful for the list of further resources found in the back of the book. Those are the reasons why the z is rated 4 stars. These are important people in Albert’s life.
Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein
Second, the oc might not teach the reader if he already knows the stuff. This book was written in a way that is not just boring and informational, it is written to keep students reading and keep them engaged in what is going on, which I find to be a necessity in any elementary book, mostly surrounding historical events.
This would be good for 6th grade but has very complex vocab, so it wouldn’t be the best for lower grades. Next is that the reader might have a best friend who is always there for them.
The book got rated a photobioggraphy and not a 5 for a couple of reasons. There are some things that the reader might relate to for a couple of reasons. She gives us more of a perspective than most would of Einstein. With an emphasis on his pacifism and charity work, this was a great intro into the life of a legend.
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It’s a good combination of both! Definitely recommend for kids – it will inspire them to think like a Genius! An example is that they started making an atomic bomb to killing the Jews. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
One of them is that he quits school in Munich to go to his family in Milan. It explains how he grew up, his family, what he did in high school, tons of good stuff like that. Feb 18, Emily Ever rated it it was amazing Shelves: For instance he out of everyone got chosen to be the president of the pf country of Jewish people I think?
It named most of his life in this book and had a eonstein of description when it came to scientific.
This book chronicles his life. The captions are detailed, and included is a timeline, resources page, credits, and an index. Through compelling text and stirring archival photographs, the author recounts Einstein’s life from his privileged childhood in Austria through the crucial years during World War II, and his death 50 years ago in Princeton, New Jersey. Open Preview See a Problem? First, there is an index. This book would be a good tool to use in a literature class, due to the information and content, but it could also be related to a science class at almost every age level.
Some of them are helpful. This book portrays not only his amazing scientific mind, but also his human side. I thought this book photpbiography very good with the facts. Knowledge is limited, imagination encircles the world”. As a former science teacher and one who has loved science for most of my life, I have always been fascinated by Einstein. This is different than most biographies because this one has a lot of pictures which would be very engaging for children.