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Jonah and Katherine come face to face with Albert Einstein in the fifth book of the New York Times bestselling The Missing series. Jonah and Katherine are accustomed to traveling through time, but when learn they next have to return Albert Einsteins daughter to history, they think its a joketheyve only heard of his sons. But it turns out that Albert Einstein really did have a daughter, Lieserl, whose 1902 birth and subsequent disappearance was shrouded in mystery. Lieserl was presumed to have died of scarlet fever as an infant. But when Jonah and Katherine return to the early 1900s to fix history, one of Lieserls parents seems to understand entirely too much about time travel and what Jonah and Katherine are doing. Its not Lieserls father, eitherits her mother, Mileva. And Mileva has no intention of letting her daughter disappear.
Publisher: [S.I.] : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2012.
ISBN: 9781442422889
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
Study Program: Accelerated Reader AR MG 5.2 10.0 153500.
Reading Counts RC 3-5 4.5 16 Quiz: 57445.


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Feb 19, 2019

Much, much better than the last 2 books. Definitely worth pushing through them. This book has the plot, action, and thrill that kept me hooked on the first 2 books. I read this one in 3 hours. I definitely recommend it!

Nov 03, 2017

Great book! It's probably my favourite in the series now -- I will NEVER think of Einstein the same way again. 5 stars, Mrs. Haddix!!

Another amazing book by the great author, Haddix. What a great writer and an even better book with so many secrets and twists that are being reveled book by book. Very interesting book can't wait to read Risked, LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!

noorasif Jun 04, 2015

Great book! Really captivated my interests and kept me reading until the end! :)

Jul 07, 2014

This book is awesome how its about a famous scientist who has problems just like every body else in the story's you hear all the good and bad stuff about their career but not if any thing about their family life. and JB i cant believe it who JB is!

Nov 28, 2013

I love these series!

baretta Sep 05, 2013

Einstein had a secret daughter?! These books are always fascinating...and lead me to search out more information.

JewelMcLatchy Jul 15, 2013

Without real spoilers, this was a great book that's taking the young reader breathlessly to what I'm sure will be a stunning conclusion. Disappointed we still didn't learn Jonah's identity, but surprised we learned JB's...! Wow!

jcharmed Nov 04, 2012

This is my sons favorite series. He loved this book. He said the same about Jonah

Oct 28, 2012

I really wanted to know jonahs time and name so i could search it up !

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kidangel Aug 20, 2014

Jonah and katherine are somehow frozen in time when they are at school. Everyone, everywhere in the twenty-first century is frozen in time—except for those who have traveled through time before.Something is catastrophically wrong, but why? And how can they fix it?Jonah and Katherine end up back in time again, in 1903, where a botched job of returning Albert Einstein’s secret daughter Lieserl has somehow critically damaged time itself. Cut off from all communications with other time travelers, they discover a second problem: Albert Einstein’s wife, Mileva, knows they’re there. And she’s determined not to let anyone take away her daughter.


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