Focusing on the childhood of the dynamic president, this book describes how
Teddy worked hard to improve his poor health and developed a lifelong interest in nature and
the conservation of natural resources. The book begins with an excited eight-year-old Teddy
enjoying a trip to New York City in 1866. He gains a first-hand exposure to the city's social
inequality and is deeply affected; eventually growing up to be a president keenly interested
in social reform.
Lloyd James hails from the Midwest. He received a B.A. in theater from a small liberal-arts college in New Mexico. He acts in the theater when his schedule permits and spends much of his free time working in his garden. He lives in Virginia with his wife and son.
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