A Witty And Stylish Biography Of A Maverick American Heroine The Outspoken, Irresistible Daughter Of Teddy RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt Had A Small Problem Her Name Was Alice Alice Lee Roosevelt Was Hungry To Go Places, Meet People, Do Things Father Called It Running Riot Alice Called It Eating Up The World Whether She Was Entertaining Important White House Visitors With Her Pet Snake Or Traveling The Globe, Alice Bucked Convention And Turned Every New Experience Into An Adventure Brimming With Affection And Wit, This Spirited Biography Gives Readers A Peek At Family Life Inside The White House Prose And Pictures Spring, Gambol, And Two Step Across The Pages To Celebrate A Maverick American Heroine
Barbara Kerley was born in Washington, D.C and has lived in many places, including Nepal and the tropical island of Guam She has written about almost everything 19th C iguanodons, Teddy Roosevelt, world peace, Mark Twain s donkey, and the pleasure of following your curiosity.
- 48 pages
- What to Do about Alice?: How Alice Roosevelt Broke the Rules, Charmed the World, and Drove Her Father Teddy Crazy!
- Barbara Kerley
- 08 May 2017 Barbara Kerley