This book does not only look over the most interesting aspects of Albert Einstein’s life: how he overcame hurdles, his childhood, and so forth. It also attempts to explain to children the theory of relativity with examples that are familiar to them as well as easy to understand. It starts off by providing a chronological context that situates the scientist within his epoch, and describes other events that took place during the early decades of the 20th century, the era in which Einstein lived. The book has been conceived for children of 9 years of age and older; nevertheless, it has different levels of reading, making it suitable for younger kids who show an interest in science.
This series provides an overview of ground-breaking, revolutionary scientific and technological notions; discoveries, inventions and scientists that have brought about a turnaround in the history of humankind, and their connection with daily life.