Eileen Meyer, The Superlative A. Lincoln, 1st ed
For the Littles and the Not-So-Littles
Eileen Meyer brings us The Superlative Lincoln. Illustrated by Dave Szalay, tells all the ways Lincoln was superlative, in poetry form.
Get to know the personal side of Honest Abe (his LEAST FAVORITE nickname) through fresh and funny poems.
Abraham Lincoln is famous for many extremes: he was the TALLEST president, who gave the GREATEST SPEECH and had the STRONGEST conviction. But did you know that he was also the MOST DISTRACTED farmer, the BEST wrestler, and the CRAFTIEST storyteller?
Nineteen poems share fascinating stories about events in Lincoln’s life, while history notes go even deeper into how he excelled. Don’t forget to think of all the ways you, too, are superlative!
A great read-aloud book. Young people will want to read this over and over again.
Meyer, Eileen. The Superlative A. Lincoln. Boston: 2019. 1st ed., 48p., illus.
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