Theodore Roosevelt on Bravery
Lessons from the Most Courageous Leader of the Twentieth Century
Regarded as one of the finest leaders of the 20th Century, at age forty-two he is still the youngest president in history to be inaugurated into office. The first American to win a Nobel Prize for peace in 1906, a Harvard graduate, historian, naturalist, explorer, author of over 30 books, assistant Secretary of the Navy, governor of New York. To top it all off, the Teddy Bear is named after him after he refused to shoot a bear that had been tied to a tree, because he considered it unsportsmanlike. He didn't let the grass grow under his feet. His accomplishments are many and his bravery and fortitude as a soldier and leader determined the fate of our country. Hardcover. 144 pages chock full of quotes attributed to our 26th President. Includes b/w illustrations.