The Life of Abraham Lincoln for Young Folks, Told in Words of one Syllable (Hardcover)
This engaging and informative biography recounts the life and accomplishments of America's 16th president in clear, simple language that is easy for young readers to understand. From Lincoln's humble beginnings in a log cabin to his rise to the highest office in the land, Harriet Putnam paints a vivid portrait of this iconic figure in American history. This book is an essential resource for anyone seeking to introduce young people to the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
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