Teddy Roosevelt's Elk
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Teddy Roosevelt's Elk

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It is 1897. As Teddy Roosevelt breaks camp on the western plains, an elk calf is born in the Olympic Mountains. Nearby, a great bull sharpens his antlers, bobwhites call from the sage grass, and a waterfall glitters in the sunlight. In the coming year, the calf will learn much about survival. It will also be a year of enlightenment for Teddy Roosevelt. Soon to become one o
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 15th 1997 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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This book has little to nothing to do with Teddy Roosevelt. It's an excellent book about elks, though.
Amazing illustration. Each page looks hand painted. Downside is it's a bit long for children and the Teddy Roosevelt part is a bit contrived.
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