Let's split logs, Abe Lincoln!

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Scholastic, Jan 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 60 pages
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A biography of Abraham Lincoln as a boy.

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Review: Let's Split Logs, Abe Lincoln! (Before I Made History)

User Review  - Duane - Goodreads

For young readers who want to learn about Abe Lincoln, this is a great series of chapter books. I love the illustrations in them! Meant for beginner readers, the story is entertaining yet informative. Read full review

Review: Let's Split Logs, Abe Lincoln! (Before I Made History)

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um...book orders didnt come in soon enough..TIME 4 SOME BURNIN! Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Abraham Lincoln Is Born
3
Abe Moves to a New Farm
8
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Peter Roop is a Wisconsin State Teacher of the Year, and has been a writer of children's books for over 25 years. He has written extensively for Cricket and Cobblestone Magazines. He currently writes and speaks full-time. Last year he talked with over 50,000 students, presenting over 800 workshops for students, educators and writers in 26 states. Together with his wife, Peter has written 60 children's books ranging from historical fiction to nonfiction. Seven of their books are "Reading Rainbow" books, including Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie, a Feature Book. Their books have received recognition from the National Association of Science Teachers, National Council of Teachers of English, the Children's Book Council, and the American Library Association. They have also received Wisconsin's Laura Ingalls Wilder Book Award.

Connie Roop is a high school environmental science teacher, and a recipient of the Women Leaders in Education Award from the American Association of University Women and a Kohl Education Foundation Award for Exceptional Teaching. In 1997 and 1998 she led groups of students to Belize to study the rainforest. Together with her husband, Connie has written 60 children's books ranging from historical fiction to nonfiction. Seven of their books are "Reading Rainbow" books, including Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie, a Feature Book. Their books have received recognition from the National Association of Science Teachers, National Council of Teachers of English, the Children's Book Council, and the American Library Association. They have also received Wisconsin's Laura Ingalls Wilder Book Award.

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