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Title:
Jimmy Carter : president and peacemaker
Author:
Whitelaw, Nancy.
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Greensboro, N.C. : Morgan Reynolds Pub., [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
128 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
Back to Plains -- Learning the ropes -- Governor Carter -- Carter and Ford -- Crisis of spirit -- Campaigning again -- From President to world citizen -- New opportunities -- Promoting democracy -- Committed and tireless -- We can choose.
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR UG 9.6 4.0 129640.
Genre:
ISBN:
9781931798181
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

When you're in the second grade, you learn new things every day. Before Ms. Jones's class, Andrew didn't know how to spell "neighborhood," how to subtract 348 from 411, how to write in cursive, how to read a chapter book, or how to play the xylophone. But now that he has graduated from second grade, he knows how to do all of these things -- and more! Every year in school is a significant building block for the next. In this book Amy Schwartz captures the magic of learning and growing during one of the most important years -- second grade.


Author Notes

Nancy Whitelaw is the author of several books for young readers


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Booklist Review

Gr. 7-10. Whitelaw, who previously wrote biographies of presidents Andrew Jackson and Thomas Jefferson, now presents the life and accomplishments of Jimmy Carter. Beginning with his childhood, in rural Georgia, the book traces Carter's story, detailing events during his political career as state senator, governor, and president as well as his lifelong public service in other arenas, both locally and internationally. The necessity of filling in young readers on world events during the Carter presidency makes some passages rather solid with information, but Whitelaw does a good job of presenting political history in perspective, returning the book's focus to the man, and using quotations to give him a voice within the narrative. Black-and-white photographs illustrate the book. Back matter includes a time line, source notes for quotations, and lists of books and Web sites. A straightforward biography from the Notable Americans series. --Carolyn Phelan Copyright 2003 Booklist


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Back to Plainsp. 9
Chapter 2 Learning the Ropesp. 21
Chapter 3 Governor Carterp. 32
Chapter 4 Carter and Fordp. 40
Chapter 5 Crisis of Spiritp. 51
Chapter 6 Campaigning Againp. 62
Chapter 7 From President to World Citizenp. 71
Chapter 8 New Opportunitiesp. 81
Chapter 9 Promoting Democracyp. 91
Chapter 10 Committed and Tirelessp. 100
Chapter 11 We Can Choosep. 111
Timelinep. 119
Sourcesp. 120
Bibliographyp. 124
Websitesp. 125
Indexp. 126