From Peanut Farmer to President
When Jimmy Carter was a boy, he listened to his parents talk about local politics and watched them live out their Baptist faith in the community. From the fields of his family farm to traveling the world negotiating peace talks, God guided every step of Jimmy’s journey. His unwavering devotion to peace and faith helped him navigate the political waters of the governorship and presidency. This revised edition includes updates on President Carter’s continuing work on human rights and celebrates 30 years of Habitat of Humanity, with focus on the Jimmy and Roslyn Carter work projects in Haiti and more.
Discover the extraordinary life of this world-famous humanitarian and follow in the footsteps of this incredible man of God.
|Short Bio||Elizabeth Raum
Elizabeth Raum has written dozens of books for young readers, including biographies, history books, and picture books. She taught English and social studies to students in grades 7-12 and worked as a librarian in both elementary schools and colleges. She particularly enjoys visiting schools and libraries to talk with students about research and writing.
|Publish Date||Aug 26, 2014|