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The Forty-Acre Swindle: George Washington Carver (Trailblazer Books #31) ebook

by Dave and Neta Jackson


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I used this to teach about George Washington Carver.

The Forty-Acre Swindle : George Washington Carver. Part of the Trailblazer Books Series). by Neta Jackson and Dave Jackson. The advice of George Washington Carver provides some hope, but will his empowering words and innovative ideas be enough when danger arrives? Ages 8-12.

Dave and Neta Jackson are a full-time husband/wife writing team who have authored and co-authored many books on marriage and family, the church, relationships, and other subjects. Their books for children include the TRAILBLAZER series and Hero Tales, volumes I,II, III, and IV. The Jacksons make their home in Evanston, Illinois. should be in all church libraries. - Provident Book Finder, Sept/Oct 2000.

Home Dave Jackson The Forty-Acre Swindle: Introducing George Washington Carver . .Dave and Neta Jackson, husband and wife writing team, are the authors or coauthors of more than 120 books that have sold over . million copies. They are best known for the 40-volume Trailblazer Books series for young readers and the Hero Tales series for families. Adults love their Yada Yada Prayer Group series, House of Hope series, Harry Bentley series, and Windy City Neighbors series along with numerous nonfiction books. They make their home in the Chicago area. Find out more about them at ww. aveneta.

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George Washington Carver"-Cover. Includes bibliographical references.

Introducing George Washington Carver. To fourteen-year-old Jesse Turner, being free in Alabama in 1898 doesn’t seem much better than slavery.

Historical fiction about great Christian heroes. Introducing George Washington Carver. The Turners’ forty-acre farm-given to them by the government following the Civil War-is exhausted from growing cotton, they face overwhelming debt, and trouble from prejudiced neighbors makes life difficult and frightening.

The Forty-Acre Swindle book. THE FORTY-ACRE SWINDLE, Introducing George Washington Carver. But they find new hope in the teachings of George Washington Carver, a Christian agriculturist who travels the South helping fellow blacks with new farming techniques. Inspired by Carver's advice to "hang on to the land at all costs," Jesse takes a part-time job, and he and his father plant a promising crop of soybeans. Dave and Neta Jackson are a full-time husband/wife writing team who have authored and co-authored many books on marriage and family, the church, relationships, and other subjects.

Dave Jackson, Neta Jackson. This book tells about the ministry of William and Catherine Booth. Dave & Neta Jackson are amazing authors. Illustrated by. Julian Jackson, Catherine R. Mclaughlin. Trailblazer Bk. The Forty-Acre Swindle : George Washington Carver Vol. 31 by Dave Jackson and Neta Jackson (2000, Paperback). Б/у: 250,28 RUB. Attack in the Rye Grass : Marcus and Narcissa Vol. 11 by Dave Jackson and Neta Jackson (1994, Paperback). They keep this interesting as they mix fiction and nonfiction and captivate their readers. I highly recommend for homeschoolers!

The Forty-Acre Swindle: George Washington Carver. Neta Jackson has also specialized in a number of non-fiction novels. Kidnapped by River Rats is the first book in the Trailblazer series authored by Neta and Dave Jackson.

The Forty-Acre Swindle: George Washington Carver. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Her first was released in 1983 and was followed a year later by the book Building Christian Relationships. She wrote several other nonfiction books, the majority of them being composed with her husband Dave Jackson as well as other authors such as Steve Wilke. It is a series that is supposed to be set for young readers in the age eight to twelve range; essentially the young adult genre.

When his father tries to save the family farm in Alabama in 1898 by following the advice of George Washington Carver, fourteen-year-old Jesse struggles to help in his own way
White_Nigga
This is a quick little book that is geared towards kids about 10, give or take. It took me, an adult, a couple of hours to read the whole thing, but I found it quite the page-turner. Even adults can enjoy the story. This is exactly the type of historical fiction we need more of for kids. It's educational, and it teaches the readers a bit about what life was like for people of color after the civil war. It also introduces George Washington Carver. However, what sets it apart from other educational books for kids is that it is simply a good story. It's fun to read. There is nothing too overtly brutal, and no humans are hurt in this story. One pet is poisoned, but the authors rush past the telling of it. It's there, but it's presented in an extremely non-traumatic way for kids. There is some excellent betrayal in this book though, and I think the authors do a great job at portraying the paternal, condescending attitude many white people adopted with black people. I think the book is very well done, and I will definitely look at the other Trailblazer books to see if they are of similar quality.
Brick my own
Wonderful read aloud to my 7th and 9th grader. Promoted a lot of great discussion on great topics. Love this series of books.
Ricep
Great historical fiction for 2nd to fourth graders. I teach 2nd grade. I used this to teach about George Washington Carver. This exemplifies the importance of G.W. Carver.
Coiron
I enjoyed the fact that it factually incorporated my ancestor, George Washington Carver. It relays hope and seeking the wisdom of God.
Bynelad
I am not giving this book (1) star I only clicked on that because that was the only way to comment. I am surprised I was asked to review this
from Amazon because I could never get it downloaded to my Kindle and therefore I did not read it.
Arashigore
Sweet and sad book. Tells of the hard life of black people and how cruel some can be. I would recommend it.
ChallengeMine
Love these books!
The Forty-Acre Swindle: George Washington Carver (Trailblazer Books #31) ebook
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Dave and Neta Jackson
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Bethany House (March 1, 2000)
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