Remember Me
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Young Abe Lincoln : The Frontier Days, 1809-1837
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TYPE
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Children's - Grade 4-6, Age 9-11 
READABILITY
5.0 
PAGES
32 p. ; 
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Paperback
ISBN 9781426304378
Publisher Summary
Briefly presents the life of this famous president from his birth until the age of twenty-eight.

Ten score years ago, a remarkable boy was born into a remarkable country. Young Abe Lincoln tells the story of that boy, who went on to play an historic role in the shaping of his country. Written and illustrated by Cheryl Harness, this classic picture biography is now being reissued with a bold new paperback cover to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth.

With vibrant artwork and carefully crafted text, Young Abe Lincoln is an appealing, insightful biography of Lincoln’s early life. With fun illustrations and a chatty narrative style, Cheryl Harness brings to life the experiences that sparked Abe to seek public office, and vividly captures the spirit of the times.

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