Item description for Albert Einstein: Young Thinker (The Childhood of Famous Americans Series) by Marie Hammontree...
Overview Traces the life of the great German-born physicist from the age of five when he received a compass, which first sparked his scientific curiosity, to his exile from Hitler's Germany
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.5" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 1986
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Series Childhood Of Famous Americans
ISBN 0020418604 ISBN13 9780020418603
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More About Marie Hammontree
Marie Hammontree (1913-2012) was born in Indiana and lived there her entire life. She was the author of several books, including "Will and Charlie Mayo, Boy Doctors";" A. P. Giannini, Boy of San Francisco";" Albert Einstein, Young Thinker";" Mohandas Gandhi, A Boy of Principle"; and "Walt Disney, Young Movie Maker."
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Reviews - What do customers think about Albert Einstein: Young Thinker (The Childhood of Famous Americans Series)?
Engages 10-yr old Nov 24, 2008
My 10-yr old granddaughter was engaged by this biography of Albert Einstein. She was struck by the fact that Einstein was considered dull as a student. She knew of him only as a brilliant mathematician. She is inspired by the story of a boy who appeared to be unsuccessful in grade school and yet who made a huge success of his later life by pursuing his passion. She loved the book.
Einstein's Childhood Sep 29, 2008
This is a very nice children's biography of Albert Einstein. It provides a good portrait of the young man, Europe and what it might have been like to be him. Einstein was great at mathematics but poor in reading and writing. He suffered for it and almost wasn't allowed to go on to higher education because of it. Einstein worked hard and was able to enter a university in Switzerland then flee to the United States as Hitler took over many European countries. A good story for kids.
Great book Aug 12, 2005
Very well written, and easy for a child to read and understand. Also quite inspirational.