G. W. Carver Loved Plants


This is the classic story of George Washington Carver, a man who revolutionized agriculture, especially in the south. The classic tale about a man whose parents started as slaves details how he rose to become one of the greatest minds of his generation. It's 22 pages of gorgeously illustrated fun, perfect for entertaining and educating your children.

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Have you ever heard of the Peanut Man? George Washington Carver was born the son of a slave in Missouri. George loved plants and wanted to learn everything about them. But because of the color of his skin, George wasn’t allowed to attend school. He left home, studied hard, and became the first black student to graduate from Iowa State Agricultural College. He became a teacher, showing students and farmers how to plant peanuts and other things to help keep the dirt healthy. He changed farming and the world!

  • 22 pages
  • 6.75” x 0.5” x 6.75”
  • Made for children 0 to 3 years old
  • author: Kate Coombs
  • art by: Seth Lucas
Weight .6 lbs

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