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George Washington Carver - What Do You See?

Hardcover: ISBN 978-1-57537-101-6; Dimensions: 6.75" x 9.25" $9.95
Library Edition: ISBN: 978-1-57537-109-2; Dimensions 8.25" x 11.375" $16.95
Hardcover & CD Read-Along : ISBN 978-1-57537-542-7 $16.95
Library Ed. & CD Read-Along : ISBN 978-1-57537-742-1 $23.95

Library Edition List: $16.95 Sale Price: $15.95
Read-Along CD List: $9.95 Sale Price: $4.95

Book Summary
George Washington Carver, a unique and gifted scientist who made some of the most unusual discoveries. He saw things others overlooked, and now you'll discover how Doctor Carver, born as a slave and rejected as a student, triumphed over incredible obstacles in his quest to become educated. Carver was so popular and respected as a scientist that he was asked to teach at the college he graduated from. He choose instead to help Booker T. Washington in his new school in Tuskegee, Alabama, to train young black men and women so they could get good jobs. At the school, Caver taught and experimented. From the peanut he developed over 300 products, and from weeds, 150 medicines. His fame spread around the world. Carver has rightfully earned a place among America's great achievers.