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Published in , a best-seller in the s and long out of print, Physics for Entertainment was translated from Russian into many languages and influenced . tvnovellas.infoy: E. C. C. Allahabad tvnovellas.info: Physics For Entertainment Book 2 dc .type: ptiff tvnovellas.info: pdf. tvnovellas.info Physics for Entertainment first appeared a quarter of a century ago, being the author's first-born in hispresent large family of several score of such books. So far .
We now come to Physics for Entertainment by Yakov Perelman. This was one of the first physics books that I have read. The book as was noted in the earlier post has been translated in various Indian languages. These are some of the covers I could find. The books that are available are the ones in English, volunteers needed for Indian languages. The date of publication being not printed on both of them, but my guess would be looking at design of the books s or s.
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Chapters from 11th to 20th are Book 2. Although the two halves of the book are essential independent and can be read in any sequence, the last ten chapters are, by and large, meant for the more advanced reader. Perelman once noted that Physics for Entertainment has been written not to leave an inquisitive mind satisfied.
I will be soon adding some more wonderful covers of the books and the art contained within those books.
I will reproduce here what one of the editors of Physics Can Be Fun wrote about Perelman in the opening pages of the book: In in Russian bookshops appeared a book by the outstanding educationalist Yakov Isidorovich Perelman entitled Physics for Entertainment. It stuck the fancy of the young who found in it the answers to many of the questions that interested them. Physics for Entertainment not only had an interesting layout, it was also immensely interactive.
Perelman was born in in the town of Byelostok now in Poland. In he obtained a diploma of forester from the St. Petersburg Forestery Institute.
After the success of Physics for Entertainment Perelman set out to produce other books, in which he showed himself to be an imaginative popularizer of science.
Today these books are known to every educated person in the Soviet Union.