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Scholastic Science Supergiants: Did it Take Creativity to Find Relativity, Albert Einstein?
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From mediocre high school student in Germany to world-renowned physicist, meet an iconic bright spark of science! Using a question-and-answer format with fun experiments to try, this guide shows you all the highlights (and lowlights) of Albert Einstein’s life and work. Find out why people thought he was a rather stupid child, and how he first got interested in science. Best of all, discover the theories that changed the world, including the mind-blowing Theory of Relativity!
- The life of Albert Einstein explained in a fun Q&A format
- Colour pictures, fascinating facts and simple experiments
- Introduces Einstein’s life, key theories and discoveries
- Highly readable blend of science, history and biography
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