Kids in History: Albert Einstein

Roger Canavan

Kids in History: Albert Einstein
£7.99

 

This brand-new series puts readers in the shoes of famous historical figures during their childhoods, with an emphasis on the gruesome and ghastly bits. A lively and varied mix of types of information – including thrilling prose, stunning comic strips, fact boxes and timelines – bring their stories to life in a way that feels fresh and fun for reluctant readers.

Kids in History: Albert Einstein ushers young readers into the childhood world of the scientific genius who revolutionised our understanding of reality, bringing to life his formative experiences as a boy in Germany, including the Jewish community surrounding him, his difficult time alone at boarding school, and the beginnings of his brilliant scientific career.

About the Author

Roger Canavan is an accomplished author who has written, edited and contributed to more than a dozen books about science and other educational subjects.

About the Author

Roger Canavan is an accomplished author who has written, edited and contributed to more than a dozen books about science and other educational subjects.

Product information

Type: Paperback
Pages: 140
Size: 198 x 129 mm