Greenwoman Vol. 2: George Washington Carver

Greenwoman Vol. 2: George Washington Carver

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Greenwoman Volume 2: George Washington Carver features a mini-biography on one of America’s greatest and most amazing plant scientists. This volume includes poetry, art, short stories, and more, a treat of art and writing for those that love gardening and nature!

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Volume 2: George Washington Carver

“George Washington Carver: Grandfather of Sustainability”—an amazingly wrought mini-biography of an American hero—the man who was so (so) much more than just “the peanut guy”!

“The Garden Club,” the humorous tale of a typical non-gardener and his garden-mad neighbor (who happens to be nine years old).

“Naked Tomatoes”—Alissa Johnson’s delicately-told tale of the changing landscape of love.

“Rare Breed”—Former New York Times food columnist Molly O’Neill’s portrait of a former “Marlboro Man” model who saves heritage breed turkeys in Kansas.

“Winter’s Heart”—“Sex in the Garden” columnist Elisabeth Kinsey explores the eroticism and cultivation of roses.

PLUS: “The Honey Challenge,” “Slow Ride,” “The Creature Feature,” art, comics . . . and MORE.

Paperback, 72 pages, 8.5″ x 0.17″ x 11″.

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