George Washington Carver

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Born enslaved during the Civil War in Diamond, Missouri, George Washington Carver was an agricultural scientist and inventor. He promoted alternative crops to cotton and methods to prevent soil depletion. Among his many accomplishments, he developed more than 300 industrial and commercial products from peanuts. It is time to remember how George Washington Carver´s inventions and contributions changed our society… and our world!
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Written by Janel Rodríguez
ISBN 978-1-338-86420-5
Key Features
  • Lively text, rich in detail and history brings diverse identities and experiences to life
  • Illustrated with a fun mix of real photography and graphic art illustrations.
  • Fun facts throughout the book make compelling reading
  • STEM topics with strong curricular ties
  • Backmatter will include an activity or experiment courtesy of the Lewis Latimer House in Queens.
  • Table of contents, captions, glossary, index and further reading expose readers to classic library nonfiction text features.
Fiction / Nonfiction Nonfiction
Item # 747505
Imprint Children's Press
Copyright 2023
Format Reinforced Library Binding
Trim Size 8 x 9 1/2
Pages 40
Ages 8, 9
Dewey 630.92 B
Grades 3 - 4
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