MR. LINCOLN’S BOYS : BEING THE MOSTLY TRUE ADVENTURES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S TROUBLE-MAKING SONS, TAD AND WILLIE Written by Staton Rabin and illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline

December 23, 2008 at 4:06 pm Leave a comment

Abraham Lincoln’s two sons had the White House as playground, and they got into lincolns-boysmischief at every turn.  Lincoln lovingly indulged their pranks even as they annoyed the staff. When the boys find themselves in a dilemma of their own doing, they turn to the President and his powers to help them resolve it.  Realistic, masterly illustrations with a perspective on Lincoln as a father and the boys’ imaginative world celebrate an intimate portrait of family life.

Ages 6 up.  36 pages.  Recommended, Amelia Carling- Pelham

 

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