A brand new era of learners will be freshly impressed by Norman Borlaug, the “Father of the Inexperienced Revolution,” because of the latest title from Feeding Minds Press, the American Farm Bureau Basis for Agriculture’s publishing enterprise.
“Hero for the Hungry” tells the story of Borlaug, who devoted his life’s work to ending world starvation. Written by Peggy Thomas and illustrated by Sam Kalda, that is the primary chapter e-book from Feeding Minds Press, best for center college readers.
“We’re excited to introduce immediately’s youth to Norman Borlaug,” stated Daniel Meloy, govt director of the Basis. “With ‘Hero for the Hungry,’ we hope Norman Borlaug’s story of science and true American grit evokes younger readers to discover how they too may help resolve starvation points.”
This story follows Borlaug from his humble beginnings on a small farm in Iowa to his groundbreaking innovation that helped feed tens of millions in a time of famine by bettering the productiveness of wheat, incomes him a Nobel Peace Prize.
“Hero for the Hungry” can be utilized in a wide range of school rooms—from a science class learning genetics or an agriculture class masking agronomy to a biographical examine in a historical past or English class.
The e-book additionally features a timeline of occasions, a name to motion, and sidebars with explanations of the science Borlaug used to supply improved wheat varieties. Accompanying free lesson plans are additionally accessible for educators, volunteers and oldsters. “Hero for the Hungry” is offered for buy instantly from Feeding Minds Press in addition to through Barnes & Noble or Amazon.
About Feeding Minds Press:
Feeding Minds Press is a challenge of the American Farm Bureau Basis for Agriculture. The mission of the Basis is to construct consciousness and understanding of agriculture by means of training. The objective of Feeding Minds Press is to publish correct and interesting books about agriculture that join readers to the place their meals comes from and to who grows it.
When you have an attention-grabbing and correct story to inform kids about agriculture, please think about submitting a proposal to Feeding Minds Press right here: