Idaho: A Brave Day Indeed
“A Brave Day Indeed” is historical fiction about a railroad town called “Sandy Point” (later became Sandpoint) and a conversation between Wild Horse Tavern owner, Delia Horton, and future President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt. They share parts of their biography and the conversation then turns to how to handle bullies who try to stand in your way. The “Brave Day” that Theodore refers to is from his youth when he followed his father’s advice to ‘make himself’ and face personal challenges that arise on his first day of summer camp.
Note: Though this is historical fiction and the characters have been developed to accommodate a story, their attributes and development may be useful as reference points and inspirations.