This copy of Albert Einstein A Life of Genius by Elizabeth MacLeod is a paperback. It was published by Kids Can Press in 2003. Condition: Very Good--pages are crisp and clean and show no handling; covers show slight handling; no markings.
From School Library Journal
Grade 4-6-This biography of the 20th-century visionary is packed with information. Fifteen chapter spreads present a page of text opposite a page reserved for auxiliary information. Throughout, Einstein himself appears, in cartoon form, offering comments such as, "Sure, science is serious, but you can't be serious all the time." Some personal details are mentioned, but are not dwelled upon. Difficult times, such as fleeing Nazi Germany for America, are given more space. His concern about humanity is made clear. In addition to the cartoons, the book includes black-and-white archival photographs, large-print quotes, maps, drawings, and reproductions of pages of Einstein's writing and of newspaper headlines, often assembled in a collage. After reading this brief book, students will have greater insight into what made Einstein one of the greatest thinkers of all times.
Anne Chapman Callaghan, Racine Public Library, WI
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