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by Frieda Wishinsky
 
Albert Einstein struck many of his teachers as insolent and lazy, but his mind was always at work. As a young patent clerk, Albert loved to think about light, space, and time. Other scientists thought his ideas were crazy, but Albert didn’t care. His imagination and natural gift for physics helped him develop ideas that would shake the world—and make him one of the most famous thinkers of our time.
 
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