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Abe Lincoln Remembers

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Abe Lincoln Remembers
"Abe Lincoln Remembers" By Ann Turner And Released By HarperCollins

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Manufacturer: HarperCollins
MPN: 9780060511074
ISBN: 0060511079
Author: Ann Turner

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President Abraham Lincoln sits alone inside the White House a single evening in 1865. The war between the states is over at last, as nicely as the slaves are free. This man has come a long way from his tiny log cabin in Kentucky. What memories run by means of his mind? What is he thinking about?

From his humble beginnings in a small log cabin, young Abe Lincoln knew"that being tall is not enough to produce your way in this world."He worked challenging on a flatboat, inside a general store, following which studying to turn into a lawyer, eventually generating his way into politics."Deeply relieved when the Civil War is over, Abe Lincoln is finally ready to be happy on the fateful night that he sets out to Ford's Theater to see a play with his wife. I thought happiness more important than manners, though I didn't like it when Tad drove his cart and goats down the White House hall. Along the way he married and had three boisterous sons:"They were like balls bounding down a road, and guys and ladies said they had no manners or discipline.

The focus of this simple picture book is not on Lincoln's death--the book concludes before Abe and Mary even leave the White House--but rather on the admirable life he led."(Ages 6 to 9) --Emilie Coulter With his historically correct paintings, award-winning illustrator Wendell Minor captures the expressions and experiences of a man who, at the conclusion with the war, sees"how sorrow has dug lines in my cheeks. Although many are well acquainted utilizing the legendary story of young Abe's rough upbringing in Kentucky and his unquenchable thirst for learning, Ann Turner's fictionalized biography, told in a fresh and immediate first-person point of view, adds a sweet note of poignancy and humanity to 1 of America's greatest heroes.

Details

  • No. Pages: 32
  • Languages:
  • English (Unknown)
  • English (Original Language)
  • English (Published)
  • Dimensions: Height: 0.11" Length: 10.98" Depth: 7.65"
  • Weight: 0.33 lbs.
  • Package Dim.: Height: 0.2" Length: 11.1" Depth: 8.6"
  • Package Weight: 0.25 lbs.


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