Quien Fue Albert Einstein (Quien Fue...? / Who Was...?)

Quien Fue Albert Einstein Quien Fue Who Was Traces the life and work of the famous physicist from his childhood in Germany through the development of his theories of relativity to his campaign for peace after World War II

  • Title: Quien Fue Albert Einstein (Quien Fue...? / Who Was...?)
  • Author: Jess Brallier
  • ISBN: 1603964274
  • Page: 142
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  • Traces the life and work of the famous physicist, from his childhood in Germany through the development of his theories of relativity to his campaign for peace after World War II.

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    • Me encantan estos libros, sol a comprarlos en Estados Unidos para le rselos a mi hija, a quien tambi n le gustan mucho Est n escritos en un lenguaje sencillo y los contenidos son muy interesantes Perfectos para ni os de los tres ltimos cursos de primaria de colegio biling e o con conocimientos de ingl s Mejor con ayuda de un adulto que conozca el idioma.


    • Nos ha gustado mucho El nivel es para chavales de 6 de primaria o de secundaria, en Espa a Es ameno y mantiene la atenci n de los chicos.


    • This is an EXCELLENT book I shall personally try to live by my subject headline of A X Y Zwhere if A success X Work, Y Play, and Z Keep your mouth shut Only Einstein could have put this wisdom in the form of an equation.Of course, I think the book is well written and shows the reader that Einstein s life was sometimes scary for him, joyous and very often incredibly sad.Overall I enjoyed it very much as it gave me an insight into a very great man in a concise manner.Thank you Jess Brallier.


    • My 1st grader needed an Einstein biography for his wax museum project and this said it was for little kids it s a long chapter book that was for 4th graders I had to read it and take notes for him The reading wasn t so much too hard for him, so much as the length of the book.


    • We love the Who Was series They are fabulous at making non fiction, biographical text accessible to younger readers They make reading about the life of a real person interesting and informative There are great pages infused throughout the books giving you insight into tangential topics that support the reader s understanding of the text as a whole.Albert Einstein was another in a long line of enjoyable biographical texts


    • These are the best nonfiction books for 3rd through 6th graders for AR As a teacher and a parent, these are always my first recommendation to meet their AR goal We require 3 nonfiction books per 9 weeks and these can be read in just a few days They are informative and the kids overwhelmingly enjoy them.


    • Great book from Who Was series Not a super detailed introduction, but for an 8 year old s daily school readings its perfect Had to buy it when school was talking about Albert E and even go on a trip to Washington, DC to show the Einstein memorial.


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