by Jean Fritz
Cyclone, earthquake, eruption, dynamo… Some men might not like nicknames like these, but they didn't bother Teddy Roosevelt. He'd always worked hard for the things he wanted. No challenge was too tough: he'd crawl over a cactus to get close to a buffalo; climb up a sheer cliff to reach the summit; and march past other regiments to get to a battle. From national parks to teddy bears, evidence of Roosevelt's influence on America is all around, making him one tornado we'll never forget.
|Publisher:||Penguin Putnam Books|
|Size:||5" x 7.75"|