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Mr. Lincoln"s boys

Staton Rabin

Mr. Lincoln"s boys

being the mostly true adventures of Abraham Lincoln"s trouble-making sons, Tad and Willie

by Staton Rabin

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  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Penguin Group in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 -- Family -- Juvenile literature,
  • Lincoln, Thomas, -- 1853-1871 -- Juvenile literature,
  • Lincoln, William Wallace, -- 1850-1862 -- Juvenile literature,
  • Fathers and sons -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature,
  • Presidents -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Staton Rabin ; illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline.
    GenreJuvenile literature., Biography
    ContributionsIbatoulline, Bagram.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE457.25 .R236 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16474382M
    ISBN 109780670061693
    LC Control Number2008001774

    Mr. Lincoln's Wife book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mr. Lincoln's Wife, by Colver, Anne/5(12). This quote is from G. Clifton Whistlers award winning book, Mr. Lincoln's Drummer. The book takes place during the Civil War. Willie Johnston Lives in a small Vermont .

    In Mr. Lincoln's Way by Patricia Polacco, everyone in the local elementary school loves the principal Mr. Lincoln. Mr. Lincoln always has a way of making his students feel special, but one student, Eugene, hates Mr. Lincoln, just like he hates all other people who are different from him. Mr. Lincoln knows that Eugene really isn't bad, and he makes it his mission to help him open up and grow to.   Historical facts surrounding Abraham Lincoln help to shape another new work of fiction in Mr. Lincoln's War. — New York Times. Janet Maslin. Just when it seems there isn't much left to write about Abraham Lincoln, Braver attempts a fresh take on /5(6).

      In Patricia Polacco's Mr. Lincoln's Way, a bully overcomes his prejudice when an African American principal invites him to help attract birds to the school atrium. Comments are turned off. John Hay, one of Abraham Lincoln’s two private secretaries, spent the evening of Ap , Good Friday, at the White House, drinking whiskey and talking with the president’s year-old.


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An extensive author's note explains that the incident was drawn from Tad Lincoln's Father, written by Julia Taft, a family friend who often served as the boys' nanny.

Fictionalized dialogue throughout is believable. A large part of the appeal of this book can /5(5). In celebration of Abraham Lincoln?s two hundredth birthday comes this breathtakingly illustrated picture book about the president and his two youngest sons. Tad and Willie Lincoln were mischievous pranksters who treated the White House as their personal playground.

They tormented nearly everyone they encountered?except their doting father/5. “Lincoln's Boys puts flesh and bones on the story of the two young men at the center of Abraham Lincoln's world -- and by extension, at the center of everything.

Beautifully researched and written, it restores to their full stature two figures who may have been young, but left a deep mark /5(). A beautiful children's book about Abraham Lincoln as a father, narrated by the ones who knew him best, Willie and Tad Lincoln. The illustrations are incredible, showing us the sadness and melancholy of Lincoln, alongside the joy and pleasure he took in his sons.

flag 17 likes Like see review Julie rated it it was amazing/5. In celebration of Abraham Lincoln"s two hundredth birthday comes this breathtakingly illustrated picture book about the president and his two youngest sons.

Tad and Willie Lincoln were mischievous pranksters who treated the White House as their personal playground. They tormented nearly everyone they encountered-except their doting father.

Not much is heard about President Lincoln’s children, so Rabin fills a gap with this brief snapshot into the lives of two of them, Tad and Willie, which Ibatoulline illustrates with a softly drenched light that suggests yesteryear and a hint of melancholy, his images often evoking hand-tinted daguerreotypes.

Mr. Lincoln points out a heavy-handed parallel the diversity of the birds that Eugene loves. Lincoln helps free the boy from intolerance, just as Eugene finds a way to free the baby ducklings and their parents from the atrium so they can reach the pond outside/5(47).

In the autobiography that Mr. Lincoln prepared in June for John Scripps, he wrote: “A’s father, with his own family and others mentioned, had, in pursuance of their.

Lincoln and Joseph Smith were in the Illinois State Capital at the same time from November 4 to 8,and from Decemto January 6, Although there is no evidence that the two men had any personal contact, they were probably aware of each other’s presence in the city and had the opportunity to meet in person if either desired to do so.

The New York Times bestselling author of Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker returns to her most famous heroine, Mary Todd Lincoln, in this compelling story of Reviews: Mr. Lincoln's Boys by Staton Rabin and Bagram Ibatoulline. Lincoln, William Wallace, Juvenile literature ; Lincoln, William Wallace, ; Lists With This Book; Our White House; Lincoln's th Year + Show More - Show Fewer Details Our Original Resources 3.

In celebration of Abraham Lincoln's two hundredth birthday comes this breathtakingly illustrated picture book about the president and his two youngest sons. Tad and Willie Lincoln were mischievous pranksters who treated the White House as their personal playground.

They tormented nearly everyone they encountered'except their doting father. This story is based on factual material relayed by Julia Taft Bayne, a young girl who very close to the Lincoln family when the boys were mischievous pranksters.

In the back of the book there is additional material about the characters, the history behind the story and. There’s pillow talk in “Courting Mr. Lincoln,” Louis Bayard’s speculative-history novel, but it doesn’t take place between the man who would become a. Mr. Lincoln's Drummer is a meticulously researched historical novel based on the real life Civil War experiences of Willie Johnston, an 11 year old drummer boy from Vermont.

Willie is the youngest recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, and his /5(23). While books did not always engage Lincoln, his appetite for poetry would remain undiminished throughout his life.

As fellow attorney Milton Hay recalled, “The poets undoubtedly had their influence on Lincoln’s style and probably on his mind.” Scholar Douglas Wilson also notes Lincoln’s lasting affinity for poetry.

That was when my book became a double narrative, and I realized it was a love triangle with Lincoln as the enigmatic middle. Louis Bayard will read from “ Courting Mr. Lincoln. William Greene first met Mr. Lincoln in when he started working for Denton Offutt. At the Offut store, according to Herndon, “William G.

Green[e] was hired to assist him, and between the two a life-long friendship sprang up. They Read more ›. The touching story of a school principal and the bully whose life he'll change, by beloved New York Times bestselling author-illustrator Patricia Polacco.

About Mr. Lincoln’s Way. The touching story of a school principal and the bully whose life he’ll change, by beloved New York Times bestselling author-illustrator Patricia Polacco. Lincoln is the coolest principal ever. He knows how to do everything, from jumping rope to leading nature walks.

Lincoln, Abraham, Juvenile fiction Juvenile Fiction | Historical | United States - Civil War Period () Children's Books/Ages Fiction. Abraham Lincoln was the first President of the United States to wear a beard. What gave him the idea was a letter he received from an eleven-year .Mr.

Lincoln's Whiskers is a historical fiction book. I recommend this book for Kindergarten through 2nd grade. One unique feature of this book is it contains a copy of the actual letters written to Abraham Lincoln from the young girl in the back of the book!

I loved this story/5(34).