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Who Was Abraham Lincoln? Paperback – November 20, 2008
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One example revolved around Washington chopping down the cherry tree. They weren't overly concerned that he really didn't chop the tree down. What they wanted to know was why would someone makeup the story to begin with. And therein lies the real value and truth of these books.
Great reading and even better listening for children of all ages. Adults, who are not familiar with some of these American Presidents could certainly get a crash course that would enhance their image in the eyes of their children and grandchildren. Knowledge is power!
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This is not the true Abraham. The library of congress has the real story of who is was. Just like this fake picture. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Erik Galloway
Amazing book! I love the facts! You should definitely read this book! No lies all true facts. Amazing book. Yay!Published 2 months ago by chess free
I love these books. I assign a biography project for my 3rd graders every year and I always pick up these books for them!Published 2 months ago by Justine McNeilly
I Loved reading this book . I learned a lot about Abraham Lincoln. like he didn't like slavery and was elected president in 1860 . I would even recommend it for adults too .Published 3 months ago by Jimmy M.
It was really cool. It tells a lot of history and I love history. I learned more stuff about Abraham Lincoln that I didn't know about. - my son, age 8.Published 3 months ago by L. O'Rourke