Who Was Sam Walton? (Who Was?)

by James Buckley (Author) Ted Hammond (Illustrator)

Who Was Sam Walton? (Who Was?)
Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade
Series: Who Was?
The story of a department-store trainee who became the richest man in America and owner of the biggest retail store in the world: Walmart. Sam Walton used the money he earned in the army, along with some financial help from his family, to open his first store. Then he opened fourteen more. Then Sam had an even bigger idea. He wanted to build large stores in small towns and reduce the price of everything they stocked. Although other businessmen and potential partners laughed at him, this entrepreneur with humble beginnings used his resourcefulness to create Walmart, which would become the largest company in the world.
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James Buckley

James Buckley Jr. has been writing sports books for adults and young readers for more than 25 years after working for Sports Illustrated and NFL Publishing. Among his most popular titles are National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection, America's Classic Ballparks, Ballpark Bucket List, Perfect: The Story of Baseball's Perfect Games, Unhittable, Eyewitness Baseball, The Visual Dictionary of Baseball, and Obsessed with Baseball. He is the author of more than 20 sports biographies for young readers, including the graphic nonfiction title Babe Ruth: Baseball's All-Time Best. His company, Shoreline Publishing Group, produces dozens of books each year for major publishers including Penguin, Scholastic, DK, National Geographic Kids, Simon & Schuster/Aladdin, and many others.

Classification
Non-fiction
ISBN-13
9781524792718
Lexile Measure
N/A
Guided Reading Level
N/A
Publisher
Penguin Workshop
Publication date
November 20, 2019
Series
Who Was?
BISAC categories
JNF038100 - Juvenile Nonfiction | People & Places | United States
JNF007000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Biography & Autobiography | General
JNF010000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Business & Economics
Library of Congress categories
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