Dear Professor Einstein 

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Title: Dear Professor Einstein

Author: Albert Einstein

Translator: Asal Kargar

Publisher: Nik Farjam

Subject: Children, Physicists – Letters

Age category: All ages

Number of pages: 142

Language: Farsi

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Dear Professor Einstein: Albert Einstein’s Letters to and from Children 

has been translated by Mohammad Reza Tavakoli-Saberi. This interesting book contains almost sixty letters from children who are not only seriously interested in the world of knowledge, but have gone straight to its source to answer their questions without fear.

About the book of Dear Professor Einstein:

Albert Einstein’s Letters to and from Children 
Einstein respected and admired children. In this collection he corresponded with children around the world, including the United States, Japan, South Africa, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

This book is about a variety of topics, from the theory of relativity to solving the problem of how soup cools. “Do not worry too much about your math problems,” Einstein wrote in a letter to a young girl in Brooklyn, with special delicacy and childish playfulness, like young friends. “I can assure you that my problems are even greater.”

Einstein’s response to children is as entertaining, subtle, and clever as their letters to him. In these letters there are birthday greetings, hope for recovery, foolish and shrewd thoughts, as well as purity, curiosity and pure joy of life.

In addition to the letters, the book contains a concise biography and timeline of Einstein’s life and an article by prominent scholar Robert Schulman.

To whom do we recommend reading Professor Einstein’s book?
We recommend this book to all those who are interested in science.

Introducing the book Dear Professor Einstein by Albert Einstein

This interesting book contains almost sixty letters from children who are not only seriously interested in the world of knowledge, but have gone straight to its source to answer their questions without fear.

It is no secret that Einstein respected and admired children, and in this collection he corresponded with children all over the world – including the United States, Japan, South Africa, Germany and the United Kingdom.

This “man of the century” and his correspondence cover a wide range of topics, from the theory of relativity to solving the problem of how soup is cooled.

“Do not worry too much about your math problems”

Einstein wrote in a letter to a young girl in Brooklyn, with the finesse and playfulness of a child, like young friends. “I can assure you that my problems are even greater.”

Einstein’s response to children is as fun, subtle, and clever as their letters to him. In these letters, there are birthday greetings, hopes for recovery, foolish and shrewd thoughts, as well as purity, curiosity and sheer joy of life. In addition to the letters, the book contains a concise biography and chronology of Einstein’s life and an article by prominent scholar Robert Schulman.
Also included is an introduction by Einstein’s first granddaughter, and dozens of illustrations of the famous scientist, some of which will be published for the first time. Albert Einstein left a legacy that few have left and will be an example for future generations. Professor Einstein’s book takes a rare look at a man who not only introduced creative ideas to the world, but also had a human – and very human – impact.

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