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John Deere's Powerful Idea: The Perfect Plow
John Deere's Powerful Idea: The Perfect Plow
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John Deere's Powerful Idea: The Perfect Plow

by Terry Collins
Illustrated by Carl Pearce

Have you ever seen a John Deere tractor? John Deere’s farm equipment brand is famous around the world, but it wasn’t an easy path to turn his ideas into reality. Readers will love learning the story behind the name as they follow along with John’s beginnings as a blacksmith, obstacles in business, and eventual massive success.

 
ISBN978-1-4795-7164-2
PublisherPicture Window Books
Age Level7-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-3
GenreBiography
Trim Size8 x 10
Page Count32
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2016
Paper Over Board
Price
$14.95
 


 
 

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The Children’s Bookshelf, Central Michigan University, Public Broadcasting Cente - Pamela Gates

"...an insightful story about John Deere and his commitment to creating the “perfect plow. . . .Terry Collins and Carl Pearce have crafted a wonderfully illustrated story that weaves together the history and story of John Deere and the company he started to make life easier on farmers." - The Children’s Bookshelf, Central Michigan University, Public Broadcasting Cente

November 16, 2015

Terry Collins

Terry Collins

Terry Collins always knew he wanted to be a writer when he grew up. A former award-winning newspaper reporter and columnist, he now writes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels for readers of all ages. He also teaches literature and creative writing, helping to inspire other lovers of the written word. Terry lives in his hometown in North Carolina with his wife, Ginny, and their devoted dog, Bosley. A lifelong reader, he has a personal library that outgrew his house years ago. Despite his wife's gentle protests over a lack of space, he believes a person can never own too many books.

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