Size, speed, weight, direction, distance We think of space and time as fixed and measurable. But these measurements—our experience of space and time—they are relative. Our world is relative. With simple, engaging text and vibrant art imbued with light and movement, Our World Is Relative offers a child’s-eye view of time, space, and the vast role that relativity plays in comprehending our world. It’s an introduction to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity, perfect for any curious young scientist.
<p>In the third grade, <b>Julia Sooy</b> did a book report on a biography of Albert Einstein; she’s been interested ever since. </p><p>Originally from Richmond, Virginia, she now lives and works in New York City. <i>Our World Is Relative</i> is her debut picture book.</p>
<p><b>Molly Walsh</b> is an illustrator and textile designer living in Boston, MA. She graduated from the illustration program at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2013 and has since worked with clients such as <i>The New York Times</i>, <i>The Wall Street Journal</i>, and <i>The Boston Globe</i>. </p><p>Her work combines digital and traditional media and is influenced by personal stories, magic in everyday moments, and the great outdoors.</p>