Theodore Roosevelt: A Life From Beginning to End
by Henry Freeman
Publisher: Hourly History 2016
Number of pages: 52
There was truly no one like Theodore Roosevelt. From a sickly boy, Teddy (as the world came to know him) would transform himself into the apex of vigor and energy. From husband, father and rancher to hunter, governor and president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt led a most extraordinary life.
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