The inquisitive, restless, Samuel Langhorne Clemens was not only the writer we know as Mark Twain, but also a printer, a riverboat pilot, a prospector, a reporter and a more. Cobblestone reveals the spirited flair of this unique individual and his humorous, descriptive take on what it meant to live in the world. Follow the time-line, and the Mississippi River, appreciate Twain's compassion for his friend Ulysses S. Grant, make a willow whistle, and meet an artist who performs as Twain, all in this memorable issue about an illustrious personality.
Paperback 48 pgs. Black & White
Suggested for ages: 9-14
Product Code: COB8405