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For instance many people growing up to their teen years start liking math and physics.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Apr 18, Gabi Jones rated it really liked it Shelves: My confidence was boosted. For instance,”Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics; I can assure you that mine are much greater.

She passed away in at the age of He learned independence early, and did not like school initially. Next thing is that you can see in Albert’s point of view. One of the dangerous events is when the Nazis are taking over.

Books by Marfe Ferguson Delano. About Marfe Ferguson Delano. One cannot help but be in awe when one contemplates the mysteries of eternity.

His second wife, his cousin, began married life just as his popularity began to rise. Photobiograpby else that was sad is when his daughter died. She gives us more of a perspective than most “If one cannot explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”–Albert Einstein I really enjoyed this photo-biography of Albert Einstein.


As a former science teacher and one who has loved science for most of my life, I have always been fascinated by Einstein. It’s written in a way to engage readers and keep their interest with pictures and illustrations. For example, “Einstein was so horrified that the bombs had targeted civilians that he later said genis regretted having sent the letter to Roosevelt. When thinking about how this book could be used in a classroom at a more individual basis makes me think back to one sole component of this book and Albert Einstein, how big of an impact on our world one person can make.

Second, the book has a timeline and resources.

Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein | Marfé Ferguson Delano

This book chronicles his life. These are important people in Albert’s life. A Photobiography of Albert Einstein, by Marfe Ferguson Aa, is an interesting collection of pictures that span the life of this famous man. This is a photo-book that one will enjoy reading or looking at photos or quotes over and over again.

You learn about inventions, inventors, or different inventions that impact their daily lives in almost every year of education.

As one can see, the amazing biography, Genius, is considered very exciting because of its use of description.


This book would be a good tool to use in a literature class, due to the information and content, but it could also be related to a science class at almost every age elnstein. He spent the rest of his time studying and creating more profound theories. The book starts out with a forward from Evelyn Einstein, Albert Einstein’s granddaughter.

Genius: A Photobiography of Albert Einstein

He made huge contributions not only in quantum physics but in promoting peace, democracy, equal rights, an I read parts of this story out loud to my 9 year old son It is interspersed with quotes, letters, photkbiography images of Einstein throughout his life.

For instance, “He publishes four articles that revolutionize science, including two on his special theory of relativity. The book got rated a 4 and not a 5 for a couple of reasons. First, the book gives specific information about Einstein. Other books in the series. The telling of his story is informative, but the pictures are the highlights of the book itself.

This book might interest friends for a couple of reasons.