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Who Was Albert Einstein

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4.1 out of 5
Based on 130 Ratings and 36 Reviews

Book Description
Everyone has heard of Albert Einstein-but what exactly did he do? How much do kids really know about Albert Einstein besides the funny hair and genius label? For instance, do they know that he was expelled from school as a kid? Finally, here's the story of Albert Einstein's life, told in a fun, engaging way that clearly explores the world he lived in and changed.
Book Information
PublisherDemco Media
BindingTurtleback (9 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100606285881
ISBN-13978-0606285889
Publication Date06/2003
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About Jess Brallier (Author) : Jess Brallier is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Jess Brallier include Magnetic Travel Fun, Who Was Albert Einstein (Who Was), Play Ball!.
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11/16/2012 Jerry Davis said:
Readers in grades 4 to 5 in particular have a harder time reading nonfiction. The vocabulary is difficult and they often don't understand much of the context of a story. Take biographies of American presidents, for example, in the DK series. These can be difficult to for young students to read. They... more

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