How an Ordinary Person Can Change the World in 3 Days
John Muir, born in Scotland, was beaten as a child--for misquoting the Bible, or spending too much time exploring nature, or for being attacked by neighborhood bullies.
Yes, he was beaten, for being beaten up by bullies.
But his passion for the smallest, humblest heather, or, eventually, the enchanting beauty of Yosemite, made him fearless in taking on highly placed officials and eventually, he took on President Theodore Roosevelt.
Virtually kidnapping the wild game hunter, this humble man who was haunted when a bird was killed, showed the President why the nation needed a National Park Service and why Yosemite Valley and the Sequoias should be part of the National Park.
The two men couldn't have been more different. Harvard-educated, self-taught; rich, poor; polished and diplomatic, raw and tactless.
This is the origin story of the National Park Service and the turning points of John Muir's life that made the whole enterprise a close call--in a fast-reading biographical and historical novel.
One flawed person can change the world by being entirely herself, or himself.
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