The Superlative A. Lincoln by author Eileen Meyer

Dave Szalay illustrated The Superlative A. Lincoln.
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The Superlative A. Lincoln

Coming November 5, 2019 – Charlesbridge Publishing.
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The Superlative A. Lincoln celebrates the numerous (and surprising) ways in which our sixteenth president excelled. The nineteen poems in this non-fiction poetry collection include “Most Distracted Farmer,” “Biggest Dreamer,” “Best Use of an Accessory,” and “Most Admired President,” to name a few. Each poem shares a fascinating story about events in Abraham Lincoln’s life. History notes accompany each poem and explain more about the ways in which Lincoln was superlative.

In the back matter, “The Superlative YOU” encourages children to consider the numerous ways in which they, too, are superlative. This book empowers young readers to learn more about Lincoln’s life and dream about great accomplishments they hope to achieve.

Do you want to know more about our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln?

Check out these websites:

The URLs listed here were accurate at the time of this posting, but websites often change. If a URL doesn’t work, you can use the internet to find more information.

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace
National Historical Park:

nps.gov/abli
History relating to Lincoln’s
Kentucky birthplace.

Lincoln Memorial:

nps.gov/linc
History and information about this
famous landmark in Washington, DC.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential
Library and Museum:

illinois.gov/alplm/library
Documents, manuscripts, newspapers,
oral biographies, and more relating to
Lincoln’s life.

Lincoln/Net:

lincoln.lib.niu.edu
Historical documents from the years
Lincoln lived in Illinois (1830–1861).

Abraham Lincoln’s Classroom:

abrahamlincolnsclassroom.org
Quotes, quizzes, maps, and many other resources for students and teachers.

Mr. Lincoln’s White House:

mrlincolnswhitehouse.org
Interesting details about Lincoln’s
years as president.