Bewildered for Three Days
By: Andrew Glas
When artist Chester Harding asks the great frontiersman Daniel Boone to pose for a portrait, Boone quickly puts on his buckskin britches, just like the ones he wore in the wilderness of Kentucky. But one thing is missing from his outfit. Where is his coonskin cap?
The answer to that question lies in a tall tale only Daniel Boone himself could tell. It’s a tale of adventure----of grizzly bears, untamed wilderness, and a promise made to some unusual friends who shared their home with Boone on one long, hard night.
With a cleverly told text and rollicking illustrations, Andrew Glass spins a yarn of the frontier and of a great adventurer, Daniel Boone----a man of courage and strength, and a man who always kept a promise.