by Kitson Jaznka
Published January 2016
National Geographic Children's Books
Review copy provided by publisher
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 explorers of tomorrow! From the Trade Paperback edition.
Through simple text and amazing pictures, this books teaches young readers about this important person in American history. To help children understand, the author has included definitions for vocabulary words, actual photographs, paintings, original sketches and a timeline. Of course, since it is published by National geographic, the photographs are bright, vivid and colorful.
This book would make a great early experience with biographies for grades 1-3.