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Young Davy Crockett: The Boy From Tennessee Paperback – 28 Mar 2014
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It opens a window into the essence of Crockett as a man, his strong conscience perpetually feeling it was his responsibility to pay off his fathers debts, his sense of awe at the bounties of nature, his gentle heart in regards to women and his unique and clever way of dealing with controversy-mainly the fact that words can be mightier than a sword.
This story is the journey of a boy forced to leave home and take on a grueling journey with a Dutchman, whom he was indentured to and his nasty prison guard dog, and the route he takes to finally find his way home, finding a new appreciation of what family really means but gaining along the way the strength and lessons of life that made him become a heroe to many, a man full of faith and love of country. A great journey especially for the young readers!