Brajind Instead of scientific theory, Evelyn tells us about the grandfather she knew—about how he enjoyed sailing and playing the violin. At times letters or documents that played a part in his life were backgrounds to the story being told. 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. Interestingly enough, a Jew by birth but educated in cheaper Catholic schools, he was not a poor student despite constant rumors to the contrary. 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.

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For example, everyone prefers books with pictures because it gives them an understanding in a picture and not words. Second, the book has a timeline and resources. For example, that can be very helpful when knowing when he did this or if the reader wants to know where they found the information. Those are the reasons why this book looks good.

This book might interest friends for a couple of reasons. First, the book has This book looks good for a couple of reasons, First, the book has pictures. First, the book has quotes. For example,"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, imagination encircles the world". Those are the reasons why the book might interest friends. The book got rated a 4 and not a 5 for a couple of reasons.

For example, someone has to read the history while he wanted to read the facts. Second, the book might not teach the reader if he already knows the stuff. Those are the reasons why the book is rated 4 stars. The features in this book are useful for a couple of reasons.

First, there is an index. For example, "Atomic bombs 56" that would help if wanting to where something is. Second, the book has credits on who wrote what. Those are the reasons why the features in this book are useful. This book can teach the reader for a couple of reasons. Second, it also teaches about the example of the train and the ball.

For example, "If you are on a train traveling 40 miles per hour and you throw a ball at 20 miles per hour in the same direction that the that the train is moving, to you the ball would look as if it were moving at 20 miles per hour, but to a person outside the train watching the train the ball would seen going 60 miles per hour".

This book is pretty good for a couple of reasons. First, the book gives specific information about Einstein. For example, "When Albert was 14 he was fascinated by math and physics" and " Einstein produced 4 groundbreaking articles that revolutionized science". Second, the book informs people about Einstein and other things. For example, "Albert Einstein was born in ".

Those are the reasons why this book is pretty good. First, he had to live through WW1 and WW2. For example, "Einstein was so horrified that the bombs had targeted civilians that he later said he regretted having sent the letter to Roosevelt.

For example, "Moreover, he had spoken out strongly against the Nazis and in defense of democracy and pacifism. There are some things that the reader might relate to for a couple of reasons. First, some people might see themselves as an ordinary person which is the same for Albert. For example, "Although he was proud of his achievements, he saw himself as just an ordinary person. For instance he helped Albert with his notes for the final exams. The next people are his parents.

One of them is that he quits school in Munich to go to his family in Milan. For instance he chose to go to his family than to stay in school which is a weird part since he is one of the smartest person. Another is that he was offered to be the president of Israel but he declines the offer.

One thing they could relate is that he was ranked first for grades. For instance his family went to Milan without him and also their company is going in hard times.

Those are other things some readers can relate to. Some of them are helpful. For instance,"Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics; I can assure you that mine are much greater. For instance,"Why is it that nobody understands me, and everybody likes me? For instance, "He publishes four articles that revolutionize science, including two on his special theory of relativity. For instance he out of everyone got chosen to be the president of the leading country of Jewish people I think?

These are other things the reader can relate to Albert Einstein. First is that at 14 years old Albert loved mathematics and physics.

For instance many people growing up to their teen years start liking math and physics. Next is that the reader might have a best friend who is always there for them. For instance, "Marcel Grossmann excellent notes helped the class-cutting Einstein pass his final exams. Isaac Newton was one of them.

He helped Albert building his special theory of relativity. One of the dangerous events is when the Nazis are taking over. An example is that they started making an atomic bomb to killing the Jews. Something else that was sad is when his daughter died. One of them is when he awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. Getting a Nobel Prize is an awesome and happy time to everyone. Something else is when he gets asked to be the president of Israel.


Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein

Bramuro This book is pretty good for a couple of reasons. When thinking about how this book could be used in a classroom at a more individual basis makes me think back to one photobilgraphy component of this book and Albert Einstein, how big of an impact on our world one person can make. If one were to run fast enough, would it no longer move at all? Second, the book has a timeline and resources. Preview — Genius by Marfe Ferguson Delano. Incorporating a fun and detailed book into a lesson about energy and technology that Albert Einstein focused on.


Genius : a photobiography of Albert Einstein


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