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Teddy and Booker T.

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Teddy and Booker T. by Brian Kilmeade
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Nov 07, 2023 | ISBN 9780593543825

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“Brian Kilmeade has done it again, delivering another great book about a relationship that changed our country for the better.”
—BRET BAIER, author of To Rescue the Constitution

“A marvelous dual biography of two heroic American leaders. Highly recommended!” —DOUGLAS BRINKLEY, author of The Wilderness Warrior

“The character these two men possessed is incomparable, and the legacy they’ve left behind is a thing of immeasurable value. What a timely and important book.” —MIKE ROWE, host of the hit TV show Dirty Jobs and CEO of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation

“For those unafraid of the unlikeliness—and real beauty—of American history, read this!” —CONGRESSMAN HAROLD FORD JR., (D-TN, Retired)

“A reminder of the importance of unlikely friendships in moving America forward.” —BEN JEALOUS, former president of the NAACP

“A must read. I could not put it down.” —PERCY “MASTER P” MILLER, rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur

“A fascinating and powerful history lesson. —DR. SARAH WASHINGTON O’NEAL RUSH, author of Rising up from the Blood and great-granddaughter of Booker T. Washington

“This book is about hope—a hope that we are stronger together and that progress is possible in the face of impossible barriers.” —ROBERT WOODSON, civil rights activist and president of the Woodson Center

“A meaningful story of the unlikely and consequential relationship that has important lessons for all of us still working on this imperfect union we love fiercely.” —DANA PERINO, author of Everything Will Be Okay

“This book is not only an important addition to the Theodore Roosevelt historical canon but will also serve as a roadmap for the possibilities of political discourse in our tumultuous times.” —TWEED ROOSEVELT, chairman of the Theodore Roosevelt Institute at Long Island University, and great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt

“A bold retelling of the story of two great leaders, with a strong message for modern day Americans. We can all learn to share our differences with respect and dignity, and learn from each other.” —TYRUS, professional wrestler and author of Just Tyrus

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