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Whom we call a genius today, whose name is counted among the great scientists of the world, who proposed the Theory of Relativity, who won the Nobel Prize in physics, whose equation E=mc2 played a key role in developing the atom bomb—he was a very ordinary child in his early age; initially he was not able to speak fluently; who left school in the middle of his education, and he spent nine years in finding a suitable job for him.
This is the story of Albert Einstein who born in Germany in 1879. Despite facing countless difficulties in his life, he earned his name in the field of science and proved that what extent a person can go to chose his way.
No one born as a genius—man's hard work and passion makes him a genius.

CONTENTS:
1. Early Life
2. School Years
3. University Years
4. Post-University Years
5. Scientific Discoveries
6. Personal Life
7. Interesting Facts about Einstein
8. Famous Words by Albert Einstein
9. An Overview of Einstein's Life
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NOT an autobiography. You're getting what you're paying for. Essentially an expanded Wikipedia page.
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Awesome!! Thanks for posting!!
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This was such a nice gesture. Thank you guys I never win anything. Plus it was a delightful bit of knowledge
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From one of the reviews.. lol
"The description says that Einstein "proved that what extent a person can go to chose his way." What? That is NOT ENGLISH! It's gibberish.

As a responsible parent, you should NOT give your child a book that is written incompetently. That is a form of child abuse."
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Never ever get this book for any one.. Look for better books in Library.. I can recommend John Gribbin's book.
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Never ever get this book for any one.. Look for better books in Library.. I can recommend John Gribbin's book.
Which book do you recommend for Gribbin?
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Which book do you recommend for Gribbin?
I am going to go ahead and assume that ppsps2016 meant Gribbin's Einstein one (because, you know, this whole thing is about the bad Einstein book).

That said, I recommend the Shrodinger and Feynman ones, the Feynman in particular, though I highly recommend "Surely You're Joking" as additional reading if you're a Feynman fan.
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I am going to go ahead and assume that ppsps2016 meant Gribbin's Einstein one (because, you know, this whole thing is about the bad Einstein book).

That said, I recommend the Shrodinger and Feynman ones, the Feynman in particular, though I highly recommend "Surely You're Joking" as additional reading if you're a Feynman fan.
You're right .. I was referring to Life in Science series..( Feynman , Einstein)..

Love Feynman books!!
For Feynman especially for Kids I would recommend to start with Jim Ottaviani's books..(I've read almost every book which has the word Feynman on it ,released before 2009 🙂)
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