On A Beam of Light
How to delay bedtime: 1) Read On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein by Jennifer Berne, illustrated by Vladimir Radunsky. 2) Let child(ren) interrupt to ask questions. 3) Try to answer said questions. 4) Finish the book. 5) Keep the dialogue flowing long after you shut the book.
At least, that is what I came home to after rehearsal last night. Mr. B and the girls were still discussing this book.
|On A Beam Of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein by Jennifer Berne, illustrated by Vladimir Radunsky.|
Chronicle Books, 2013.
Mr. B loved this book. This page blew my daughters' minds. Atoms are very, very interesting.
This is Big Sis's favorite page, though. She loves to eschew socks, even though we insist everyone else's noses would be happier if she would wear them with her sneakers.
The book was a Christmas present from my father. A wonderful Christmas present to pair with this book came from her uncles in Washington DC. The weather warmed up enough this weekend that the girls and their daddy finally took the telescope for a spin in the backyard!
It was a bit too hazy, but we were all able to get a good peek at the moon. Later, the clouds parted enough to get an even better look! We are excited to take Big Sis's new toy to the wide open spaces of the Kansas countryside soon. There is too much light pollution in our city backyard.