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"|