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George Washington Carver wasn't just an inventor. He was also a botanist, a farmer, and a professor. Young readers will discover how this teacher not only improved the way people farmed, but introduced the world to more than 300 uses for the peanut.
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Mary Boone has ridden an elephant, jumped out of an airplane, and hung out backstage with a boy band – all to do research for her articles and books. Mary has written more than 45 books for young readers. She grew up in Iowa and now lives in Tacoma, Wash., with her husband, two teen-age children, and an Airedale terrier named Iris.
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