This book is a great read if you are interested in history and/or Theodore Roosevelt.
Becoming Teddy Roosevelt-How a Maine Guide Inspired America's 26th President is a wonderful book about the life and times of Teddy Roosevelt.
This is an excellent book concerning the relationship of Theodore Roosevelt and the Maine hunting and fishing guide Bill Sewall.
Great book on Teddy Roosevelt before he becomes famous and a great and prequel to his travels to the Amazon River in River of Doubt.Published 5 months ago by Gertrude
Interesting if you'd like to learn a lot about Sewell, Maine loggers, and what probably influenced TR. it helped me round out my understanding of T. Roosevelt.Published 12 months ago by Craig
This is a good book, much new material on TR's formative years and impact of Bill Sewall, his Maine guide, on transforming the younger Teddy Roosevelt from a sickly young man to a... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nine-Mile Mike
This book reminds the reader that the frontier existed in the North Woods of Maine as well as the West in the 1870s-1890. Read morePublished on February 13, 2012 by Wayne A. Smith
This book is wonderfully written, and provides a different perspective on Teddy Roosevelt. Mr. Veitz has done a great job on showing the relationship between Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Read morePublished on January 28, 2012 by SCG
I titled this review as, "A History Lessons Demonstrating the Value of Integrity, Loyalty, Friendship, and Hard-work" which seems both lofty and a bit preachy... Read morePublished on January 22, 2012 by CKE
Becoming Teddy Roosevelt-How a Maine Guide
Inspired America's 26th President is a wonderful
book about the life and times of Teddy Roosevelt. Read more
"I was never all that much interested in Theodore Roosevelt ... That all changed, though, when I discovered he'd climbed Mount Katahdin ... Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by Joseph Haschka
This rule is so nearly absolute that it may be taken in practice as admitting no exception. Apparent exceptions exist... Read morePublished on December 16, 2011 by John P. Jones III