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by MacLeod, Elizabeth.

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Overview

TitleAlbert Einstein : a life of genius
Author / Responsible partyMacLeod, Elizabeth.
CollectionChildren's Nonfiction
GenreBiography, History.
TopicsBiography, History. Einstein, Albert, -- 1879-1955 -- Juvenile literature. Physicists -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceChild/Juvenile
PublisherCELA/CNIB
Published2014

Summary

Albert Einstein was one of the most brilliant scientists who ever lived, but he was so absent-minded he once forgot his own address! His theories about time, light, and gravity have changed how we look at the world, and his famous equation, E=MC2, resulted in nuclear power, radiation therapy, and many more inventions. This biography explains Einstein's scientific theories and covers his fascinating life. Grades 3-6.

Additional Information

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System control numberAM15171
Original Print PublisherToronto : Kids Can Press, 2003.
NarratorDeryk Sparks.
Narrator NameDeryk Sparks.
Participant or performer noteDeryk Sparks.
Narrators GenderMale narrator