Abe Lincoln's Dream by Lane SmithAbe Lincoln's Dream by Lane Smith

Abe Lincoln's Dream

byLane SmithIllustratorLane Smith

Hardcover | October 16, 2012

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From the bestselling author of It's a Book comes a funny, touching tale about the legacy of America's greatest president.

When a schoolgirl gets separated from her tour of the White House and finds herself in the Lincoln bedroom, she also discovers the ghost of the great man himself. Together they embark on a journey across the country to answer Lincoln's questions and quiet his concerns about the nation for which he gave his life. This wholly original tale is signature Lane Smith; Abe Lincoln's Dream is funny, touching, and surprising in a way only possible from this master picture book creator.

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Lane Smith is author and illustrator of the national bestsellers It's a Book, John, Paul, George & Ben, and Madam President, as well as the Caldecott Honor book Grandpa Green. He has illustrated books by Dr. Seuss, Roald Dahl, Jack Prelutsky, Florence Parry Heide, and Jon Scieszka, including The Stinky Cheese Man, for which he received...
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Title:Abe Lincoln's DreamFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 10.82 × 8.82 × 0.39 inPublished:October 16, 2012Publisher:Roaring Brook PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1596436085

ISBN - 13:9781596436084

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"Lovely." -Booklist"...bold and spectacular." -Horn Book, starred"An adroit blend of humor, compassion and quiet optimism reflects the statesman's character and make this a first choice for February or anytime." -Kirkus"A picture book that transforms the 16th president from a seemingly austere, severe figure into a sympathetic character. . . Smith adds a sense of whimsy through his creative use of fonts and the witty tone of the narrative." -School Library Journal, starred review