Stand Tall, Abe Lincoln

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Philomel Books, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Abraham Lincoln grew up poor and without schooling in a Kentucky wilderness and lost his mother before he was ten. It was sparkplug Sally Bush Johnston who married his father, brought a library of books to their log cabin home, and believed in Abe from the beginning. She was an inspiring turning point for young Abe, who went on to become America?s sixteenth and most popular and respected president.

A spirited introduction to the great American for young readers and a glimpse of how any human can rise to surprising heights.

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User Review  - slbenne1 - LibraryThing

This is a great account of Abraham Lincoln's childhood. He experienced a lot of pain, loss, and obstacles in his youth, but many of the characteristics he would been known and loved for had begun to ... Read full review

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User Review  - jpons - LibraryThing

In this biography the author and illustrator do a wonderful job. The author uses easy words for beginning readers to comprehend. The illustrator also does a good job using watercolors to capture his ... Read full review

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Judith St. George lives in Connecticut. Matt Faulkner lives in Michigan.