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Albert Einstein And His Inflatable Universe

Mike Goldsmith, Philip Reeve and DR. MIKE Goldsmith

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Albert Einstein And His Inflatable Universe

Synopsis

Everybody knows that Albert Einstein was the smartest scientist in the universe and that he also had some very bad hair days. But in this Horribly Famous title readers can find out everything they didn't know, including how Albert was actually expelled from school, and how he was spied on by the Nazis and the FBI. With Albert's lost notebook readers can at last get inside his super-brain, and in The News of the Universe , they can get to grips with all his amazing theories without making their brains hurt.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781407111803
Category:
Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
2010-06-07
Publisher:
Scholastic
Illustrator:
Reeve, Philip
Illustrations:
Illustrations
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
192
Pagination:
192 pages, Illustrations
Dimensions (mm):
199x130x12mm
Weight:
142g
Interest age: from c 8 years

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