In "Letters To Frank D. Roosevelt " Shorty Stevens loses good and trusted friend and local legend, Black Jack Walker. Walker had been a recluse in Sheridan, unseen for over thirty years. Folks told the many stories, real and made up of the man who had been a Civil War Hero, Moose Hunter, Injun Fighter, Expert Tracker and Scout, Gold Miner, Bear Wrestler, Hunting and Fishing Guide, and 6 feet 9 of Rattlesnake mean!
Ol' Black Jack leaves Shorty his home filled with photos, and trophies of a life of adventure. What would a 10 year old boy do with it? In the mean time, the nosiest girl in all of Sheridan is tired of The Highwaymen and their big talk of meeting the legendary Babe Ruth, and President Roosevelt. She dares Shorty to prove that he's not full of beans by writing the president a letter. Not only does he respond to the letter, the two begin a wonderful friendship through letters with each telling the other of a different life lead.
This wonderful tale takes lots of twists and turns that will be loved by young aqnd old alike. If you liked the first two Shorty Stevens adventures, you'll love this one as well. For more information on Shorty and the gang, please visit our official website at: www.shortystevens.com
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