Learn all about George Washington Carver's life as a great inventor, a pioneering agriculturalist, an award-winning artist and a humble humanitarian. What were his major contributions to farming and crop rotation? Why did his recommendations to plant soybean, cowpeas, sweet potatoes and peanut plants save farmers from disaster? The answers to all of these questions, plus George's experiments that led to hundreds of recipes using peanuts, are discussed. His noteworthy quotes are recounted by "George" himself. Detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment reinforce important concepts and make learning fun.