As a young boy, Theodore Roosevelt, known as Teedie, was very sick. He had very bad asthma and the doctors didn’t know how to treat it. Everyone expected Teedie to die young, but with hard work and determination, he overcame his sickness and became the President of the United States. This inspiring Reader’s Theater script gives everyone an opportunity to succeed as it offers differentiated roles with various reading levels. Additionally, a list of Tips for Performing Reader’s Theater helps students develop good stage presence, interact cooperatively with peers, and talk with feeling and meaning. With a glossary to deepen vocabulary and an accompanying poem and song, this five-act leveled script is the perfect tool to increase student fluency, comprehension, and content literacy in social studies.