3 edition of The story of Abraham Lincoln found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Eleanor Gridley.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||334 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||334|
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This children's book tells the history of Abraham Lincoln, from his childhood to his death. I like that the story is told with a simple writing style, easy for a child to understand, and there is a glossary at the back from some of the bigger or unfamiliar words/5.
The Story of Abraham Lincoln: A Biography Book for New Readers is an introduction to the sixteenth president for early readers. With a timeline running throughout, this illustrated chapter book highlights the notable events of Abraham Lincoln’s life/5(38). "Abraham Lincoln, His hand and pen, He will be good, But God knows when." And so the lad helped the farmer gather corn for three days, and thus became the owner of the delightful book.
He read the story of Washington many times over. He carried the book with him to the field, and read it while he was following the plow.
Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, Chicago, IL; Sincespecializing in books and material culture related to Lincoln, U. Civil War, and U.S. Presidents. Read Chapter IV: School and Books of The Story of Abraham Lincoln by James Baldwin.
The text begins: Not very long after this, the people of the neighborhood made up their minds that they must have a school-house. And so, one day after harvest, the men met together and chopped down trees, and built a little low-roofed log cabin to serve for that purpose.
Abraham Lincoln by Ingri and Edgar Parin d’Aulaire — This gorgeous Caldecott Medal winner is a classic, and this 75th Anniversary edition has been updated to be more historically accurate and culturally sensitive.
Both children and adults can appreciate the simple prose and beautiful illustrations that tell the story of one of our nation’s heroes.