The Story Of George Washington Carver

Eva Moore

The Story Of George Washington Carver

The Story Of George Washington Carver

  • Title: The Story Of George Washington Carver
  • Author: Eva Moore
  • ISBN: 9780590426602
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback

Born into slavery, George Washington Carver became one of the mostprestigious scientists of his time This biography follows Dr Carver s lifefrom childhood to his days as a teacher and discoverer.

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George Washington Carver is about George's life story. When George was three, he and his mom were kidnapped by bandits who stole slaves and sold them. They found out that George's mom had run away from the bandits. George was often sick and he stuttered when he talked. When George was about ten, he wanted to go to school. The nearest school was in Neosho which was eight miles away from where he lived. George did not waste any time going to school. He walked the eight miles in one day without sto [...]

I found this at a Habitat store and was intrigued to read about this man I know very little about. Those of you who have kids should read it once a year with them until they can tell you the story of this man's life themselves. If I had a child, I would want this man's passion, purpose and endurance to be the goal.

Although this is a biography written for children it was very interesting to read about this favorite man. My favorite quote is the end of the closing paragraph: "He had lived his life to help others and that is the best a person can do." I love reading books that lift you up and make you think about what you can do that is of worth not only to yourself but to others also.

A nice easy-reader. It had some photographs of Carver, interesting details of his childhood and some basics about his career. A bit light for for use in AO year 5, but we needed an easy one to balance the load.

George was just a baby when his mother, Mary, was kidnapped off of their owner, Moses Carver’s, land. Mr. and Mrs. Carver cared for both George and his brother, Jim, in the absence of their mother, and treated them with great kindness. George was a slight boy who could not do hard work, so he soon began to occupy himself with the care of Mrs. Carver’s garden. Through observation and experimentation, he grew to understand what the different plants needed to thrive.But George wanted to know ab [...]

I thought it was a great book! There was a balance of everything. There was not too much detail, but there was not too little detail. Sometimes children's biographies can be really boring but this one was perfect. It was not boring. It was actually not at all boring! It was AMAZING! George Washington Carver discovered lots of ways to use sweet potatoes and peanuts. He actually had three hundred products, like ice cream and shampoo, and peanut oil for your skin. He worked super hard. When he was [...]

Identifying the appropriate genre: BiographyReview/Summary: George Washington Carver was born a slave. He grew up to become a very famous scientist. He studied plants and created ways to make soil better for crops (cotton) by planting sweet potatoes and peanuts. He then went on to do what he is most well-known for, he invented hundreds of ways to use peanuts and sweet potatoes.Writing Trait: The Story of George Washington Carverincludes a writing trait: Organization: This book starts with the ac [...]

It's not where you start; it's where you finish! That adage really does fit George Washington Carver. Born into slavery, orphaned as an infant, scrawny with a stuttering problem, and not physically fit for outdoor work, George found a way to fulfill his dreams of getting an education and helping his people to improve their lot in life. He always loved plants and the culmination of his career was finding hundreds of uses for sweet potatoes and peanuts! What an inspiration is the life of this hard [...]

While the description above has nothing to do with the book, the title and author are accurate. This was a very interesting book about Dr. Carver's life. It is written for elementary school kids. It describes his life and hardships without the gruesome details. I felt comfortable letting my child read this account of Dr. Carver's life.

I can't think of a more inspiring person for young people to read about. This is a simple biography of George Washington Carver, but my students never fail to love it. There are so many life lessons that can be taught from his actions.

I read a biography of George Washington Carver about three years ago, that really helped me understand and appreciate the accomplishments of this humble and intelligent man. Unfortunately, I cannot remember if it was this biography or not. It was an older biography.

I read this one with my son for school. It wasn't his favorite, but he didn't complain. Great for the historical aspect.

Jeremaih picked out this book for me and I did't really unstand.And it was kind of boring,But if you want to know more about slavery then you should read this book.

It’s a children’s 100-page Biography of the amazing story of an American who was born a slave and became a world-famous scientist, worth every minute of the read.

This biography describes the life of George Washington Carver, who was born a slave and became a world famous scientist.

I love this book because George Washington Carver was a great scientist and inventions he made stuffs out of peanuts.

Simple read for kids about an interesting man.

This was a pretty good book. It was easy for my age, but I learned cool things in it. If you like nature, exploration, gardening and history, I would recommend this book for you.

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