Dandelion Project

Dandelion Project A ride on the Orphan Train in takes three year old Josef to Kansas Bored on the farm and in school Josef marries and moves to New Orleans to attend a University where he can prove his true intel

  • Title: Dandelion Project
  • Author: Maria Miller
  • ISBN: 9781257687
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dandelion Project

    A ride on the Orphan Train in 1929 takes three year old Josef to Kansas Bored on the farm and in school, Josef marries and moves to New Orleans to attend a University where he can prove his true intelligence Unfortunately, the institution has little use for a farm boy with no formal education Then a mysterious man offers him a million dollars to complete a job TantalizA ride on the Orphan Train in 1929 takes three year old Josef to Kansas Bored on the farm and in school, Josef marries and moves to New Orleans to attend a University where he can prove his true intelligence Unfortunately, the institution has little use for a farm boy with no formal education Then a mysterious man offers him a million dollars to complete a job Tantalized by the money but even by the chance to join the ranks of the great men he has studied, Josef accepts the offer only to realize that his scientific genius has been used for somebody else s nefarious designs.

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    1. Julie Powell

      This story hooked me from the beginning, with its deceptively simple yet powerful writing. We are taken on a journey, following Josef, an orphan surrounded by mystery and we cannot help but feel sorry for what happens to him and realise the shortsightedness of 'Society' in the ways of poverty - in that it is thought of as a sin and those within its grasp are both invisible and unimportant.Joseph is an odd character, though is clever, hard working and somewhat confused by life and those who surro [...]

    2. Darren Worrow

      I loved this factually accurate and well research tale and can say with doubt that I have not read anything quite like it. It tells of an emotional beginning, an orphan in the streets of 1920s New York and describes painfully his life from living rough to being taken on the Orphan Train out west, something quite hidden in American history. Like an American Dickens the story paints a vivid picture of the times and describes in detail occurrences of the farming communities where the orphan is adop [...]

    3. Carol

      Beware Dandelions!TheDandelion Project, by Maria Miller, is the story of a self-taught young scientist. Josef, an orphan who came to Kansas on the last Orphan Train, has never done well socially, or in school. He is forced to leave school, and spends his spare time reading everything about science and math that he can find in the library. Eventually, Josef and his new bride move to New Orleans, and he continues his process of self-education in the Tulane University library -- as well as in the l [...]

    4. OrchardBookClub

      An eye opening and sad story starting on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, where a three year old child named Josef finds himself orphaned and homeless living on the streets fending for himself. That is until Papa Licht (Father Light) comes to his rescue. After been nursed back to health, he is placed on the last ever orphan train, where after a heart wrenching experience of rejection, he is adopted by a couple from Kansas. With his odd nature and love of science, combined with his determinatio [...]

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