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George Washington Carver #2020

George Washington Carver Take a bite into the fascinating history of peanut butter and the man who invented it Through leveled text and engaging photos kids meet George Washington Carver and learn about his important work wi

  • Title: George Washington Carver
  • Author: Kitson Jazynka
  • ISBN: 9781426322853
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • George Washington Carver By Kitson Jazynka, Take a bite into the fascinating history of peanut butter and the man who invented it Through leveled text and engaging photos, kids meet George Washington Carver and learn about his important work with peanuts and other plants This Level 1 reader is carefully leveled for an early independent reading or read aloud experience, perfect to encourage the scientists and exploTake a bite into the fascinating history of peanut butter and the man who invented it Through leveled text and engaging photos, kids meet George Washington Carver and learn about his important work with peanuts and other plants This Level 1 reader is carefully leveled for an early independent reading or read aloud experience, perfect to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow

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    1. Informative intro to the life of Dr Carver While filled with many details and tidbits about his life and work, I only gave this book 3 stars because I felt it downplayed the horrors of the racism and slavery that Dr Carver and other black people encountered in his time It need not be gruesome, but it should be realistic The author goes out of their way to highlight Words to Know , including Racism and Slavery , but then does a disservice by minimizing them Racism is defined as The belief that o [...]

    2. While George Washington Carver didn t invent peanut butter, he did develop a version of it He also discovered many other uses for peanuts such as gasoline, paper, and as a sustainable crop to keep soil nutrient rich.George Washington Carver was born a slave, kidnapped as a baby, and finally taken in by his owners once slavery ended He faced opposition from many angles, but he kept working and made many people s lives better because of it He was a brilliant man with a vision and the good work eth [...]

    3. Synopsis George Washington Carver is a very important person in the world of agriculture He helped farmers grow crops that would replenish their unhealthy soil He was determined to help people in need Including quotes and pictures, this is a biography about the man who changed agriculture.What I Thought This was a nice beginner level biography about the work of George Washington Carver and how he contributed to society It explains that he was born a slave, and eventually was the first black stud [...]

    4. George Washington Carver was the plant whisperer of his time Why Because he loved to study plants He also discovered that the peanut plant was host to many tasty food items like peanut butter He was born near Diamond, Missouri George was also born a slave, which is why his last name was Carver He took on his slave owners last name.During his time the United States was a very different place than it is now People traveled by foot, wagons and horses Children went to school in one room schools hous [...]

    5. MY REVIEW Attention all Teachers, Home schoolers, and parents This is a simple, to the point beginning reader s book on the first Black man to graduate from an Iowa University He was best known for his agricultural talents but also invented things and was an artist and a teacher Here is a man who is truly a marvel and deserves this honor.The book also touches on what the nation was like during the years he lived It contains easily retained trivia in aiding history lessons.At the end of those sho [...]

    6. Full review with teaching tools at unleashingreaders p 9265The National Geographic Readers are such a wonderful way to introduce readers to some very important people in history The books don t back down from hard subjects like racism and poverty, but instead teach the reader about it in an easy to understand way And to help the reader even , throughout the books, any tough words are defined, sidebars are filled with additional information, and text features such as illustrations, graphs, and ti [...]

    7. I did not like this book because I do not like peanuts I also did not like this book because this book had a bunch of peanuts in it.

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