A bully father: Theodore Roosevelt's letters to his children

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Random House, Oct 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages
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t family, with its rambunctious father and six children, invaded and occupied the White House as no other family has since. Roosevelt was a wonderful father, writing to his children, guiding them, playing with them and loving them as do only the best fathers. Long out of print, these personal letters are warm, wonderfully wise and witty--the best things Teddy Roosevelt ever wrote. Photos.

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TR's prolificacy - in writing, adventures, and offspring - has been well documented. What's so encouraging about "A Bully Father" is how TR's output never distracted him from what mattered most: his ... Read full review

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This has to be one of my favorite books. To know about a President who was also a very devoted father and husband. The letters he writes to his children shows a real human side to this man. I totally recommend this book. Read full review

Contents

A Bully Fatter 1
18
Theodore Roosevelts Letters to His Children
82
IN THE SPANISH WAR
93
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About the author (1995)

Peter Hathaway Capstick, former Wall Street stockbroker turned professional adventurer, has been critically acclaimed as the successor to Hemingway and Ruark in African hunting literature. After hunting in Central and South America, Capstick went to Africa in 1968, where the New Jersey-born writer continues to live. He has held professional hunting licenses in four countries, and served as a game officer. He has written seven exciting books on Africa, including "Death in the Long Grass," "Peter Capstick's Africa," and "The Last Ivory Hunter: The Saga of Wally Johnson," He's also featured in an award-winning safari video and audio tapes.

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