Albie s First Word A Tale Inspired by Albert Einstein s Childhood Here s a beautiful historical fiction picture book perfect for the Common Core that provides a rare glimpse into the early childhood of Albert Einstein the world s most famous physicist Three year ol

  • Title: Albie's First Word: A Tale Inspired by Albert Einstein's Childhood
  • Author: Jacqueline Tourville
  • ISBN: 9780307978936
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here s a beautiful historical fiction picture book perfect for the Common Core that provides a rare glimpse into the early childhood of Albert Einstein, the world s most famous physicist Three year old Albie has never said a single word When his worried mother and father consult a doctor, he advises them to expose little Albie to new things a trip to the orchestra, anHere s a beautiful historical fiction picture book perfect for the Common Core that provides a rare glimpse into the early childhood of Albert Einstein, the world s most famous physicist Three year old Albie has never said a single word When his worried mother and father consult a doctor, he advises them to expose little Albie to new things a trip to the orchestra, an astronomy lecture, a toy boat race in the park But though Albie dances with excitement at each new experience, he remains silent Finally, the thoughtful, quiet child witnesses something so incredible, he utters his very first word Why Kids, parents, and teachers will be delighted and reassured by this joyous story of a child who develops a bit differently than others More than a distinctive introduction to Albert Einstein, this book promotes both understanding of difference and scientific curiosity Kirkus Reviews, Starred

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    1. "Albie's First Word" by Jacqueline Tourville is a wonderful book which will enrich every child's bookshelf. It invites us to Albert Einstein's childhood showing us his interests and passions andck of will to talk! The author shows us the parents' different attempts at convincing their little one to speak. We all know that they succeeded but do you know what Albie's first word was?This book offers comfort to every parent worried about their child's slower development. After all, that toddler who [...]

    2. I love this beautiful book for so many reasons that I'm making a list.1. It's a great and very well-told story. Every word is perfectly chosen. 2. It's based on a true story of a very famous person -- Albert Einstein, at around three years of age. 3. It's a relatable story for kids of preschool and early elementary school age. 4. In this day and age of constant comparisons, and growth and learning charts, it is a great reminder to parents, especially first-time parents, that every child will dev [...]

    3. A work of fiction, this story reflects what very well COULD have happened. As the author states, Albert Einstein started talking very late. How he finally found his voice is something lost in the mists of time. I do wonder what his first words would have been?I love the doctor's advice - to give him things to ask questions about. This reflection of the kind of wonder Einstein had in the world is captured brilliantly, in pictures that reflect the day and location very well. I like this book even [...]

    4. In this beautifully illustrated book we learn about Albert Einstein, "Albie", as a child and how he didn't speak a word. His parents took him to the doctor, who encouraged them to expose him to new places, people and things. I think this is a great story to read to kids in a small group, but probably not a large storytime as you could stop and ask many questions about the story. I think this is a great book to add to my collection at school.

    5. This story tells a tale of what Albert Einstein's childhood might have been like. The author supposes that "Albie" acted like other boys, racing about, jumping in puddles, fishing. In this story, Albie will not speak, and never has. His sister talks up a storm. The local doctor encourages his parents to take him out to events like the opera and lectures to see if it would encourage Albie to ask questions. Although Albie becomes quite excited at these events, it doesn't work. Then they try taking [...]

    6. This is a solid story biography guessing about what Albert's early life might have been like. The artwork is probably the best part of this book. The story is short and whimsical which works well as a read aloud for students not ready to delve into heavy biographies.

    7. This book tells the story of the world's most beloved genius, Albert Einstein, as a child with speech delay.The incredible mind of "Albie," as young Einstein is called in this story, is clear from the moment we meet him in the story. The authors first, through illustrations and narratives, show that Albie can do a number of fun things, like jump in puddles, collect acorns, and ice skate in the winter. The book then states plain and simple, Albie does not speak. The book goes on to explain all th [...]

    8. This book tells the story of the world's most beloved genius, Albert Einstein, as a child with speech delay.The incredible mind of "Albie," as young Einstein is called in this story, is clear from the moment we meet him in the story. The authors first, through illustrations and narratives, show that Albie can do a number of fun things, like jump in puddles, collect acorns, and ice skate in the winter. The book then states plain and simple, Albie does not speak. The book goes on to explain all th [...]

    9. This is a story based loosely on the childhood of Albert Einstein. He did not speak even though his little sister did. He was otherwise normal. The doctor suggested bringing Albert to new places where he would be encouraged to ask questions. His parents took him to the symphony, to a scientific lecture, and a boat race. Albert enjoyed every experience, but he still did not speak. When his mother came up to tuck Albert in for the night, he was looking up at the stars. He looked at his mom and ask [...]

    10. Many people have heard various facts about the iconic Albert Einstein, including the fact that he didn't begin speaking at the expected developmental age. This book includes an author's note to clarify facts about his childhood while describing the fictional aspects of the story. I found the art to be remarkably effective at setting him in the time, place, and situation (extreme parental concern, loving acceptance, abundant financial resources, etc.). Each page plays with light in various ways t [...]

    11. I absolutely adored this book. It might be about Albert Einstein, it might not (and the author takes great care not to claim that these were actual events), but it is a charming, sweet read.Young Albie doesn't speak, but he's immensely curious about the world around him. His parents do their best to find stimulating activities for him to do, even consulting a doctor at one point to make sure there is nothing wrong with their son.In his own time, Albie finds his words.The illustrations are gorgeo [...]

    12. This book is not really a biography, although I put it on my biography shelf in order to find it later. Rather, it is a book inspired by Einstein's early childhood, a childhood during which he did not speak, but was nevertheless curious about the world around him. The happenings in the story are not true, which is why it is not really a biography, but they could have been - making it more of a fictionalized biography, I guess. But the way in which the story is told will engage children, as they [...]

    13. A fictionalized account of how Albert Einstein was late in speaking his first words. It's certainly an interesting story -- you wouldn't think that one of the world's foremost geniuses would lag behind in anything. I wasn't crazy about the illustrations; some characters are painted very realistically, while others (mostly children) look sort of surreal and almost grotesque at times. I did like how the endpapers are reproductions of some of Einstein's pages of calculations. I'll pass on this one [...]

    14. Albie- otherwise known as Albert Einstein- was a very quiet young boy, not speaking at all until he was 3 years old. His parents were extremely concerned at first, doing everything they could think of to get him to speak. Finally he spoke the word "Why?" and never stopped questioning the world around him.The illustrations in this book are incredible- they have so much detail in them that each illustration is so real. All of the illustrations matched the text so well and helped make this wonderfu [...]

    15. "Here's a beautiful historical fiction picture book that provides a rare glimpse into the early childhood of Albert Einstein, the world's most famous physicist. Three-year-old Albie has never said a single word. When his worried mother and father consult a doctor, he advises them to expose little Albie to new things: a trip to the orchestra, an astronomy lecture, a toy boat race in the park. But though Albie dances with excitement at each new experience, he remains silent. Finally, the thoughtfu [...]

    16. Albie's First Word is a story about Albert Einstein and the worry his family faces when he does not speak. This clever story explores the childhood of Einstein while attempting to explain why he became who he became in a very entertaining way. He is depicted as young on the front of the book, but old on the back of the book, which is exciting for readers who may not look at the back of the book until they are done reading. The illustrations are incredible and entertaining. The whole story was es [...]

    17. ALBIE'S FIRST WORD It seems that for the longest time, I am drawn to any book about Albert Einstein. I'm fascinated by the man's brilliance, but not just in scientific ways. In my opinion, he possessed just as much common sense as smarts.This picture book is another I wish to add to my growing collection (On a Beam of Light /review/show). Inspired by Einstein's childhood, this book about his unwillingness to speak ends with the one word that sums up his essence. It also serves as an example of h [...]

    18. Wonderful!! A fictionalized account of Albert Einstein's early childhood based on his comments about not speaking until he was at least three years old. While the story is fictionalized, I was very taken with the last line of the Author's Note which is a quote from Einstein, "People like you and me never grow old. We never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which we were born." My hope is to use that line and the story itself to spur my students to curiosity about [...]

    19. This gorgeously illustrated story about the young Albert Einstein plays on the little known fact that Einstein was a bit of a late bloomer. Tourville introduces readers to Albie, a normal, inquisitive boy who is very loved and happy, but never speaks. Albie's parents are instructed to take Albie to see marvelous things, like the symphony and to hear a brilliant lecturer, with the hope that Albie will be inspired to speak. In the end, it is Albie's unquenchable curiosity that prompts his first wo [...]

    20. This is a charming book about Albert Einstein's childhood and his refusal / inability to speak until an older age. The story takes Albie to a doctor to find out why he won't speak. The doctor gives the parents three ideas to try and elicit speech from him - none successful.In the book, his first word is "why?" uttered after watching shooting stars in the night sky.In the back of the book is some factual information stating that his first words spoken are unknown and the exact age of speech, as w [...]

    21. Albie's First Word: A Tale Inspired by Albert Einstein's Childhood by Jacqueline Tourville. Copyright 2014. Twin Text for Inventors NonfictionSetThis fiction tale relates the genius thoughts of Albert Einstein were not something that he felt he had to talk about as a child. Einstein was an observer and a questioner of his world. For a strategy to apply for this text, I would engage students in using a comparison of the Venn Diagram or KWL to help students see a connection between the inventors. [...]

    22. This book offers a fictional account of Albert Einstein's first word and the things his parents did to try to get him to talk. The story appears to be more of a memoir, but the author's note at the end of the book explains that no one truly knows the age at which he began to speak, nor his first word. interesting quote:"The important thing is to not stop questioning." (p. 34)

    23. This is a darling picture book about Albert Einstein (Albie). Albie didn't talk until quite late. His parents and doctor did everything they could think of to get him to speak. In the book his first word is "why?"; however, Albie's actual first word has been lost to history according to the afterword.

    24. Fictional account of the first years of Albert Einstein's life when he was a late talker. Author's note at end with short bio and quotes from Einstein's sister, glossary on verso. Common theme of parents stating they will love their child just the way he is. Illustrations are fuzzy and a little off putting to me.

    25. Interesting picture book about an incident from Albert Einstein's childhood. "Albie" doesn't talk, although clearly old enough to, so his parents take him various places hoping to inspire him to say something: the opera, a lecture, etc. But what finally works? Seeing the shooting stars at night! Quotes him as an adult, "never stop questioning." Author's note gives more details about his life.

    26. This is an EXCELLENT children's book that will appeal to babies, kids, parents, grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles, ancestors, future descendants, teachers, students, friends, acquaintances, and total strangers. Warm, fun, funny story. GREAT GREAT GREAT illustrations!!!! (Disclaimer: my brother illustrated this book so you should ***DEFINITELY BUY IT*** !!!! )

    27. Historical fiction meets Leo the Late Bloomer in this fictionalized story about Albert Einstein. The soft oil glazed illustrations work well to capture the time period and Albie's playful spirit. Inspired by Einstein's statement that he was a late talker, this is a comforting story with a gentle message about not judging and accepting differences.

    28. Albie's First Word : A Tale Inspired by Albert Einstein's Childhood, reveals aspects of Albert Einstein's challenges before he became the famous mathematician and scientist we learn about today. Readers will wonder with each page if Albie will finally speak! A beautiful story that highlights how everyone has difficulties to overcome even the most brilliant of minds.

    29. I liked the book well enough. It wasn't very thought provoking, even for a children's picture book, but I like how the author took fact and mixed it well with fictionI just had to be sure to read the little bio of Albert Einstein in the back to separate fact from fiction.

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