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Albert Einstein
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Albert Einstein

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Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781788450775

Publication Date: 6 May 2021

Subject: Science

Suitable for: Primary (Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8)

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Recounts the life, achievements, and legacy of Albert Einstein.

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Summary

Recounts the life, achievements, and legacy of Albert Einstein.

The greatest scientific genius in history, and the man who reshaped how humans think about the universe! Albert Einstein was once a child who hated school, and was very absent-minded.
Discover the life behind the genius, and the ways in which thinking differently led Albert to change the way that science answers the biggest questions - of how space and time actually work!

Contents

Introduction - Albert is awestruck
1 - Absent-minded Albert
2 - Albert the alien
3 - Albert asks the big questions
4 - Albert and the actual world
5 - Albert aces it!
6 - Albert's 'great work of art'
7 - Albertmania
8 - Albert against the Nazis
9 - Albert stays awestruck
Timeline
Glossary
Index

Category
JNF
Subject
Science
Dewey
920
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B & W halftones
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Pub. date
6 May 2021
Edition
Original
ISBN
9781788450775
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
142
Width
129mm
Height
197mm
Weight
132g
Index
Yes
Contents page
Yes
Glossary
Yes
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