James Patterson makes science fun at the Loews in Jersey City

James Patterson makes science fun at the Loew\s in Jersey City
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From “Alex Cross” to “Juror #3,” James Patterson has been one of the most recognized novelists of the 21st century. Now the renowned author is coming to the historic Landmark Loews Jersey Theatre in Jersey City this Tuesday, Oct. 9, to present his new childrens series, “Max Einstein.” 

Max is a young girl who embodies the spirit of the Father of Relativity, Albert Einstein. Shes brilliant and compassionate, and she solves problems in creative and unexpected ways. The series follows Max, along with some of the worlds brightest kids, as she traverses the world the solve the biggest problems by using science.

Pattersons new series is the only childrens series to be licensed by the Albert Einstein Archives and bear the official seal. 

For the evening event, Patterson will talk about making science fun and the importance of STEM programs for kids. STEM is the grouping of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in education.

Joining Patterson will be Meg Cabot, best known for writing the “Princess Diaries” series, who will moderatr the event. 

Following the discussion, Patterson will do a meet-and-greet in the Loews lobby where hell be signing copies of “Max Einstein” and his latest adult thriller, “Ambush.” His previous novels will also be on sale at the event.

Admission is $20 for two and includes a signed copy of “Max Einstein.” Two individual tickets can be bought for $8 after purchasing the $20 package. The event will run from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The Loews  is located at 54 Journal Square Plaza, Jersey City. 

View Comments (1)Getty ImagesAuthor James Patterson has written some of the most popular books of the last 10 years, including Daniel X and Middle School for children.

His new book Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment tells the story of heroine Max, whos recruited by a mysterious organisation to solve some of the worlds toughest problems using science.

Together with a a team of young geniuses from around the world, Max tries to invent new ways to power the planet.

James Patterson worked with the Albert Einstein Foundation to write his new story, which is released in October.


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