Young Franklin Roosevelt grew up knowing the finer things in life— sailing, horseback riding, and foxhunts on his family”s large estate. Growing up wealthy meant he could live a gentleman”s life, like his beloved papa. Yet gentlemen weren”t supposed to go into politics, right? But why not? As young Franklin learns from a famous uncle and a famous mentor, there is more to the world than he thought. And about politics? Well, maybe there is more to that, too. Complete with lively illustrations by new illustrator Britt Spencer, this book reveals the turning point for the young man who would become one of America”s most honored presidents.