Presents a biography of physicist Albert Einstein. Contents. Machine derived contents note: 6; Prologue: More than a Clerk; 8; Chapter 1: when Albert was a Boy. pages Ratings Explanation Violence: Kristallnacht – November 9th, , the fascist Nazi Storm Troopers seized Jewish property, murdered Jews, and. Albert Einstein by Frieda Wishinsky – book cover, description, publication history.
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A HISTORY OF JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING
I would recommend the book to anyone interested in getting motivated or those who enjoy learning about famous people’s lives since the book gives a relatively detailed description of his life, and gives some ways that he managed woshinsky overcome problems that would end most wizhinsky us. What really struck me was his pull I picked up this book on a whim because I needed to read a biography for a book list.
These are a couple of things that I liked about this book. Although the text as presented can stand alone as well done, illustrator Travis King must be commended for adding humor and energy that will attract readers and keep their interest. Feb 04, Dayan Cruz rated it it was amazing.
Oct 10, 2 Asha E rated it really liked it. Albert was about five years old his father brought him a campus to keep him amused while he recuperated.
He said “If I were to live again, I would never want to be a physicist”.
Wacky food facts, fascinating trivia, superstitions, records, traditions, inventions and more. I feel like one point the author could have touched on more is during the making of the atomic bomb, it never really went in depth about this, which would’ve been interesting. Like i bet you didn’t know he played violin or that he was a bad student. Feb 02, Oliver rated it really liked it. Jan 26, Mussa Adam rated it really liked it. The lower rating is not for the content as much as for the editing.
Feb 28, Abby added it. Anyways that obviously didn’t affect him in adulthood. Albert Einstein helped the world understand science better. Set up My libraries How do I set up “My libraries”?
Even though I read this book for a class, I would’ve still wanted to read this book in the first place. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Subjects Einstein, Albert, If you like biographies then I think you will like this book. The biography starts off with the childhood of Albert and how it was very difficult for both him as well as his family.
Albert Einstein by Frieda Wishinsky
I recommend this book who like reading books about history or math and even biographies. Wishknsky Trouble 32 Chapter 4: Fame 74 Chapter Be the first to add this to a list.
This book details the life of wishinskj of the greatest minds of all time in an easy to follow, enjoyable to read manner. Not being a big fan of biographies, I picked this one because it was convenient and short.
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The biography is one-sided which I did not like. This book gave me an idea of who he really is, what he does, and what he was like. Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Albert Einstein is a well-known scientist and great thinker, but after reading the book and learning what a family man and unsocial man he was, you learn how real friedaa really was and you admire him more. Jan 21, Abdullah zafar rated it it was amazing.
The book goes into detail about many of the events that happened in Albert Einstein’s life. I was surprised to find out that Albert Einstein wasn’t the best behaved kid and that he used to get in trouble many times. Mar 13, Spencer Ramkissoon rated it really liked it. The next year he got into the Polytechnic. It’s short and inevitably superficial but I’m not sure how it could be anything else considering the intended audience.
I believe that anyone looking for a succinct yet detailed account of the life of this great man will enjoy picking up this book. The quote “Learning was becoming exciting for Albert, but school was not,” shows in good detail I think that school isn’t the only place where that you can learn stuff and that is what I liked about that sentence. This book was full information about Albert Einstein challenges he faced in Germany during the holocaust. A History of Just About Everything is an engaging overview and comprehensive timeline of human history.
Albert Einstein’s life is fascinating and this is more in-depth than a children’s book, but not an adult tome. Tina Seskis grew up in Hampshire, England, and after graduating from the University of Bath spent over 20 years working in marketing and advertising.
The next year he got into th This book is a biography about Albert Einstein. And he was one of the best scientist ever in the world I recommend this book it is good and you will like it.
Unfortunately, probably due to its brilliance, it is a fairly vulnerable structure that can and does degrade over time. The right type of people to read this book is for the type of people who like learning about people’s lives and enjoy very informational texts.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. A later edition of this book would be ideal, as there are too many spelling errors and typos for them not einatein be noticed, and interfere with the reading of what would have been a great book for basic information on Einstein’s life. The life of Albert Einstein was so fascinating!