George Washington Carver: The Peanut Wizard

Written by Laura Driscoll • Illustrated by Jill Weber

Reviewed by Tamia J. (age 7)

This book is a biography book about George Washington Carver. George Washington Carver is a man who made peanuts out of things. He did this to make food for people to eat and to invent new ways to use peanuts.

My opinion is that George Washington Carver was a peanut wizard and a special person. He planted peanuts and flowers to make hand lotion, shampoo, glue, paint, laundry soap and coffee in his lab. I also think he was a good person. George Washington Carver made food out of peanuts for the gentlemen. I also liked that George Washington Carver taught people how to make food out of peanuts. This would help people learn how to do it so then they could teach other people. Then they wouldn't need help to do it on their own.

If you like learning about people like George Washington Carver you should read the book about George Washington Carver. I recommend this book for ages 7 - 10.

Tamia J. is a student in Mrs. Katz's 2nd Grade Class