Are You Smarter Than A Flying Teddy?: Teddy Roosevelt Returns to North Dakota!

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The nine precocious teens who call themselves Sarabiskota have been chosen to be grand marshals of the largest parade in the world, the Independence Day Parade in Mandan, North Dakota. The theme of the parade is “Teddy Roosevelt Returns to North Dakota,” and Sarabiskota decides to build a gigantic Flying Teddy airship, larger than the Statue of Liberty. After it’s built in Florida, they plan to fly on board Flying Teddy from Florida to North Dakota. All during the trip, Flying Teddy will be asking people ...
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Overview

The nine precocious teens who call themselves Sarabiskota have been chosen to be grand marshals of the largest parade in the world, the Independence Day Parade in Mandan, North Dakota. The theme of the parade is “Teddy Roosevelt Returns to North Dakota,” and Sarabiskota decides to build a gigantic Flying Teddy airship, larger than the Statue of Liberty. After it’s built in Florida, they plan to fly on board Flying Teddy from Florida to North Dakota. All during the trip, Flying Teddy will be asking people multiple-choice questions about Teddy Roosevelt’s life. But danger lurks as two of the world’s top spies plan to steal Flying Teddy’s technology. The whole world gets involved in the adventure—and learns about Teddy Roosevelt’s life along the way!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983768579
  • Publisher: Snow In Sarasota Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/30/2012
  • Pages: 338
  • Sales rank: 1,447,226
  • Age range: 8 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Kevin Kremer feels very fortunate to have crossed paths with illustrious North Dakotan Harold Schafer several times when he was growing up in Mandan. Later, when Kremer was teaching in Bismarck, Mr. Schafer visited with Kremer’s fifth graders and answered questions about business, success, Teddy Roosevelt, and Medora. Undoubtedly, Kevin’s memorable experiences with Harold Schafer influenced his decision to write this book about Teddy. He is the author of ten other children’s books including A Kremer Christmas Miracle, Santa’s Our Substitute Teacher, The Most Amazing Halloween Ever, and Are You Smarter than a Flying Gator. He has edited and published many other books.
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