The Unmerciful Servant by Mary Berendes

By Mary Berendes

Whilst a servant who's proven leniency in paying off a debt doesn't exhibit as a lot kindness while the tables are became, readers research of God's unyielding forgiveness. This full-color illustrated kid's e-book is aimed toward young children among Kindergarten and third grade, with a studying point of 2d grade.

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What would you notice about this photograph? Imagine you are a Dust Bowl refugee in California, like the woman in this picture. What would you be thinking about? How would you describe your living situation in a letter to your relatives on the East Coast? Imagine you are a government journalist. Why would you take a photograph like this? In what ways does this photograph represent the Dust Bowl years? 30 Glossary conservation (kahn-sur-VAY-shuhn) the protection or preservation of valuable things drought (DROUT) a long period without rain dust pneumonia (DUST noo-MOHN-yuh) a sickness resulting from breathing large amounts of dust; symptoms include coughing, difficulty breathing, fever, nausea, and body aches duster (DUS-tur) a windy dust storm irrigation ditch (ir-uh-GAE-shuhn DICH) a ditch that carries water meant for crops migrant (MYE-gruhnt) a person who moves from place to place in search of work panhandle (PAN-han-duhl) a narrow area of land sticking out from a larger territory propagandist (prah-puh-GAN-dist) someone who spreads ideas for a specific purpose refugee (ref-yoo-JEE) someone who flees danger shantytown (SHAN-tee-toun) a settlement of poor people living in makeshift dwellings; a slum topsoil (TAHP-soil) fertile soil near the surface of the ground, where plants grow Learn More Further Reading Phelan, Matt.

They fostered the understanding needed to pass soil conservation laws. Soil conservation laws changed the way people farmed the Great Plains. Farmers began using practices that saved moisture and helped the soil stay put, such as planting trees and plowing along the contours of the land. These practices brought the plains back to life again. S. Department of Agriculture. He was one of th e few people who recognized the danger of plowing up the prair ie. In the 1920s, he predicted a disaster—and he was right.

The Storm in the Barn. Somerville, MA: Candlewick, 2009. Sandler, Martin W. The Dust Bowl Through the Lens: How Photography Revealed and Helped Remedy a National Disaster. , 2009. Sugarman, Dorothy Alexander. The Great Depression: A Migrant Mother’s Story. Huntington Beach, CA: Teacher Created Materials, 2009. org/kenburns/dustbowl This Web site offers Dust Bowl videos, photos, interviews, and an interactive feature that lets readers pretend they are in the Dust Bowl. org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/dustbowl On this Web site, readers can watch the public television film Surviving the Dust Bowl and read articles and interviews about related events and people.

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