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Abe Lincoln's Hat (Step into Reading) Paperback – April 12, 1994
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Lesley McKinstry, Findlay-Hancock County Public Library, OH
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Top Customer Reviews
That's the adult perspective. Kids will enjoy the humorous stories, evocative pictures, and Abe Lincoln's witty, winning ways in court. The book touches on the slavery issue, perhaps too briefly, but this can be a good starting point for further discussion. It also illustrates how Lincoln got along with his competitors (e.g., opposing lawyers, opponent Stephen Douglas). Presenting values without preaching, this is sure to delight the young reader.
This 48 page title could have easily been arranged into chapters for students wanting to read a "chapter book," however it still meets a need for engaging non-fiction titles, notably biographies, for emerging readers.
This title is much more appealing to kids than a similar book by Jean Fritz, "George Washington's Mother."
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I love these stories about famous people. I bought this book because I wanted my music students to have something good to read while they wait for their turn to take a music... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beverly Mccartee
I liked how cute the story was. The kids in my class got good laughs when they were practicing their reading. I defiantly recommend this to any teacher for their classroom library.Published 2 months ago by Elizabeth Steines
Great first kids book on Lincoln. It kept both my 3 and 7 year olds interested to the end. Good, somewhat amusing illustrations.Published 4 months ago by Bruce R. Gordon