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Eibstein made huge contributions not only in quantum physics but in promoting peace, democracy, equal rights, an I read parts of this story out loud to my 9 year old son This photobiography shows Einstein through the ages, the pictures range in size from small snapshots to full double page spreads.
Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein | Marfé Ferguson Delano
Yet “Genius” is a book I highly recommend to any Einstein enthusiast, scientist or book-hound in general. While this book is picture heavy, I would suggest it for an older child, probably 5th grade and up. I would recommend it to anyone who likes biographies and science. Apr 18, Gabi Jones rated it really liked it Shelves: For instance “A letter written by Pauline to her mother in noted with pride, ‘Yesterday Albert got his grades once again he was ranked genijs, he got a splendid report card.
Delano writes an amazing book for us to understand Einstein and his life. This book is pretty good for a couple of reasons.
Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein
Something else is when he gets asked to be the president of Israel. Yes, he was smart, particularly in math and science, but the major contributions he made to our understanding of the world came first of all because he was a creative thinker.
This book might interest friends for a couple of einatein. The next people are his parents. I did like the quotes of Albert Einstein written on the pages, his words speak strongly of his voice, which is a lesson we can teach our students, on the power of voice.
One of them is when he awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. This is a book great for children interested in math and science, as explanations of these theorems are explained in detail, or for the people that like life’s dirty secrets, such as his second wife was his cousin. It had lots of pictures and lots of facts.
Good for middle school and adults who want to know a little about Einstein!
These are the most happy times in Albert Einstein’s life for good reasons. Dec 05, Aly Gutierrez rated it it was amazing Shelves: Don’t miss an opportunity to read this biography! Albert Einstein taught the readers various life lessons through this biography. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
I read parts of this story out loud to my 9 year old son Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. She gives us more of a perspective than most would of Einstein.
Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein by Marfe Ferguson Delano
Interesting read full of fascinating photos naturally, look at the title of Time Magazine’s Person of the Century. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Marcel Grossmann was Albert’s lifelong friends. Even though not a lot can be directly related to their lives, the overall concept is what can make students think and get the courage to do something they are nervous about or contemplating. It rivals my own messy paperfill. The diagrams of the scientific principles are better than any I’ve seen elsewhere.
This is different than most biographies because this one has a lot of pictures which would be very engaging for children. For example, “Back Cover photograph: This book portrays not only his amazing scientific mind, but also his human side.
One of Einstein’s teacher told him he would never amount to anything and now national geographic is writing a biography about him! For example, “Over the past couple years, Albert and Mileva’s marriage had grown unhappy. Interestingly enough, a Jew by birth but educated in cheaper Catholic schools, he was not a poor student despite constant rum Interesting read full of fascinating photos naturally, look at the title of Time Magazine’s Person of the Century.
Einstein was a normal human just like any of us, and being able to accomplish these extraordinary feats would be exhilarating and motivating for any student going through a hard or tough time in their lives. He is definitely someone I would’ve liked to have met!
When thinking about how this book could be used in a classroom at a more individual basis makes me think back to one sole component of this book and Albert Einstein, how big of an impact on our world one person can make.
Feb 18, Emily Ever rated it it was amazing Shelves: The photos in this book are a wonderful way to make the man and his theories accessible. His sense of playful wonder about the universe.