Author: Frieda Wishinsky; Illustrated by Jacques Lamontagne. Title: What's The Matter With Albert?: A Story of Albert Einstein. What Billy doesn't know is that the interview he is giving to Albert Einstein will change his perspective on life forever. Setting: Various Date: September 23rd, 2014. Author: Frieda Wishinsky; Illustrated by Jacques Lamontagne.
A Story of Albert Einstein Paperback – August 3, 2004. by. Frieda Wishinsky (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. In her wonderful new book, WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH ALBERT? A STORY OF ALBERT EINSTEIN, author Frieda Wishinsky brings the Nobel Prize-winning scientist to life for young readers. Billy, a shy young reporter for the school newspaper goes to interview Einstein to find out what he was like as a child. 3 people found this helpful.
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by Frieda Wishinsky, Jacques Lamontagne, illus. Billy’s daunting assignment as a reporter for The Princeton Elementary News is to interview the famous Albert Einstein, the smartest man in the world. This appealing, imaginatively conceived book is based on what he learns about the great thinker – and it’s not what you might expect. In Einstein’s infancy, he was a funny-looking kid, a worry to his parents. Quebec-born illustrator Jacques Lamontagne deftly catches the tone of the text in his pictures, creating a vivid sense of personality, both Billy’s and Albert’s. Using archival photographs, he brings to life Billy’s school (a pre-Elvis world of geeky-looking kids) and the Old World towns and countryside where Albert Einstein grew up. The book works on a number of levels.
This exciting book by Janice Weaver and Frieda Wishinsky offers creative solutions to all your design dilemmas - and does it without breaking the bank. Inside, you’ll find out how to: Execute a TCC - Total Clutter Clearout. A Story of Albert Einstein. Illustrated by Jacques Lamontagne. Maple Tree Books, 2002 ISBN: 1-897066-15-5. Highly Recommended: CM Magazine. 2-4 Though the sounds cumbersome, it works very well. In a note, Wishinsky points out what part of the text is Einstein’s own words, the parts that are based on biographical facts, and the fictionalization. The presentation ends with a two-page chronology. Large, colorful paintings dramatize the story and clearly convey the different periods and settings. An unusual, but worthwhile, introduction to Einstein’s life. Appealling, imaginatively conceived.
Jacques Lamontagne is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. A Story of Albert Einstein, Manya's Dream: A Story of Marie Curie. Published Works by Jacques Lamontagne.
Find nearly any book by Jacques Lamontagne. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. What's the Matter with Albert?: A Story of Albert Einstein. by Frieda Wishinsky, Jacques Lamontagne. ISBN 9781897066157 (978-1-897066-15-7) Softcover, Owlkids, 2004. Find signed collectible books: 'What's the Matter with Albert?: A Story of Albert Einstein'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder
2002) A Story of Albert Einstein A non fiction book by Frieda Wishinsky. Albert Einstein? You want me to interview Albert Einstein?" Billy Whitestone has the assignment of a lifetime when his school paper sends him to interview the famous physicist. A chronology of the important events in Einstein's life follows the text, providing easy reference. Jacques Lamontagne's evocative artwork is based on archival photographs, drawing readers into the world of Albert Einstein. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Frieda Wishinsky's What's the Matter with Albert?
What's the Matter with Albert?: A Story of Albert Einstein, illustrated by Jacques Lamontagne, Maple Tree Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2002. Manya's Dream: A Story of Marie Curie, illustrated by Jacques Lamontagne, Maple Tree Press (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2003. Just Call Me Joe, Orca (Custer, WA), 2003. A Bee in Your Ear, illustrated by Louise-Andréé Laliberté, Orca (Custer, WA), 2004. Nothing and no one seems able to make baby Louise happy until older brother Daniel steps in to whisper the magic words of the title, bringing smiles all around.