A Pocketful of Goobers
There wasn‚Äôt anything that George Carver couldn‚Äôt grow. But when the boll weevil hit the South in the early 1900s, not even George knew how to save the cotton crops. That was when he turned his attention to peanuts and created hundreds of useful products from them. This book tells his remarkable story. 64 pages, paperback, 5"x8 1/2".