Book giveaway: Einstein for Beginners

i-9dc84d4d9156dccb30d5f62466b4219a-swblocks.jpgToday's free book is "Einstein for Beginners" a comic style introduction to Einstein's life and work by Joseph Schwartz and Michael McGuiness

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To claim the book, be the first commenter to assiduously affirm that you will read and review the book in less than 6 months and then send me your snail mail address to science dot woman @ google's mail service.

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Me :) I promise, cross my heart.

By speedwell (not verified) on 01 Apr 2009 #permalink

Are you giving away only one? If not pick me!

By echoegami (not verified) on 01 Apr 2009 #permalink

I just ordered one. It looks interesting. I will see about writing a review, though I'm not much of a wordsmith.

I will! No really I will!

By Red Weasel (not verified) on 01 Apr 2009 #permalink

I assiduously affirm to read and review this book in no less than 6 months.

Many thanks,
L

Wow. Popular book. Speedwell has properly claimed the book with assiduous affirmation over email. But I am encouraging speedwell to pass the book along when s/he is done with it.