Milton Hershey: Young Chocolatier (Childhood of Famous Americans)

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When he was in fourth grade, he even had to drop out of school and work to help his poor family make ends meet.


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Read all about how the man we know as the famous young chocolatier finally struck it rich -- in money, love, and chocolate! Paperback , pages.

Young Chocolatier

Published July 1st by Aladdin first published Childhood of Famous Americans. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Milton Hershey , please sign up. Lists with This Book.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 11, Concetta Kellough rated it it was amazing. I read this book so I could give a book talk on it to the elementary students where I work. I was a little surprised that this is from the Childhood of Famous Americans series since only half the book took place in Milton Hershey's childhood. Which is a good thing in my eyes since the second half showed his perseverance to succeed.

As an adult, I enjoyed reading it but I am wondering if elementary students, for whom the book is intended, will get bogged down in the failure after failure part.

It I read this book so I could give a book talk on it to the elementary students where I work. It gives a good lesson to persevere but I think it might be tedious for young readers to plow through. I'll have to wait and see what young students think of the book.

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Apr 07, Lule rated it liked it Shelves: The story goes through Milton Hershey's journey as a child with several struggles including him having to drop out of school in 4th grade to help with the financial struggles at home. He started out working in an ice cream parlor to being the founder of a major chocolate company. But it was not 1 No awards received. But it was not just that simple.

Children will be able to relate to this story from their own personal experience because a major will know the Hershey brand. Have the children do a project and present the class. Research should be down during school time and will be gathered together as a class and extra help from librarian. Oct 24, Isabella rated it really liked it. Milton Hearshy was a famouse American. He was a choclatetar when he was younge. His father was a choclaterary, so he decided for Milton to be one to. Milton raised money by helping his father in his Reasterant.

Milton just didn't want his money at all. So, he beried it in a garden. His parents didn't know that Milton did that. When Milton grew a little older, his father put him in a choclate factory schoo. At the first day of the choclate school, there was kids like him working hard. His teacher Milton Hearshy was a famouse American.

His teacher took him and said, "can you make choclate? But the his teach said "I want you to make choclate". But, Milton didn't know that was a test. After a while, Milton made choclate. The teacher said "you have failed".

Now go home said the teacher. Milton was glad that he failed because he didn't want to the school at all. When Milton grew up, he became a choclatary. One day Milton gave free samples.

Milton Hershey: Young Chocolatier - M.M. Eboch - Google Книги

He gave one to a chocletary. He loved the free sample a lote. He knew it was caremel. Milton put a sure smile on his face. Milton was a great chocletary. Mar 01, Anna Benjamin added it. The book Milton Hershey: Young Chocolatier is about Milton Hershey's life. It talks about his journey through the life when he was poor, to how he got rich with his family. He started out in Lancaster with his first store and traveled to many different places trying to make people happy.

This story is told at a narrator's prospective. The main characters are Milton, Henry his father , Fanny his mom , and Mattie his aunt. The main character is of course, Milton Hershey. I personally like thi The book Milton Hershey: I personally like this book because it told me about how the Hershey chocolates became famous. I enjoyed reading this because it also told me how hard it is to start a business. I think that this writing is effective because no matter how many times Milton failed, he kept on trying.

That is important because that is how the business actually started. The strengths of this book are that it shows how to never give up. If this book was part of a series I might read it because I liked this book, but I don't love reading biographies. I would recommend this book to a classmate because it is really interesting to see how Hershey chocolates started.

Dec 07, Bella Sayegh rated it really liked it. I enjoyed reading this book.

Milton Hershey: Young Chocolatier

The story had good facts but it was also enjoyable to read. I liked how the author planned out his life and made it seem like these characters were alive today. Did you know that the man behind Hershey's chocolate used to work in an ice cream parlor? Or that he had to try over and over again to get his now-famous chocolate to taste as delicious as it does today? Milton Hershey's life wasn't always a bowl of chocolate Kisses.

When he was in fourth grade, he even had to drop out of school and work to help his poor family make ends meet. Read all about how the man we know as the famous young chocolatier finally struck it rich -- in money, love, and chocolate! Your Cart items Cart total. Trade Paperback Trade Paperback eBook. Buy from another retailer. Free eBook available to NEW subscribers only. Must redeem within 90 days. See full terms and conditions and this month's choices.

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