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Abe Lincoln's Dream ❮Download❯ ➾ Abe Lincoln's Dream Author Lane Smith – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk 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 spearated from her tour of the White House and finds her 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 spearated 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 sthe country to answer Lincoln s questions and quiet his concerns abou the nation for which he gave his life This wholly original Abe Lincoln's PDF/EPUB or 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.


10 thoughts on “Abe Lincoln's Dream

  1. Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) says:

    If I said Well it s Lane Smith would people understand what I mean


  2. Monica Edinger Monica Edinger says:

    A very dreamlike book in every sense of the word That is, eccentric, odd, and rambly as true dreams are Smith takes a dream Lincoln evidently had the night before his assassination and other nights too, the legend that his ghost haunts the White House, and literally takes off with it And so we ve got a little girl touring the White House today taking off on her dream and his too Gorgeous art and design that is undoubtably the work of Lane Smith and Molly Leach.


  3. Heather Heather says:

    oh my gosh, does EVERY children s picture book have to make me cry I LOVE Lane Smith.


  4. Robin Robin says:

    A young visitor to the White House a.k.a Executive Mansion, as Lincoln called it finally puts Lincoln s ghost to rest in this imaginative picture book, answering his questions about the state of the nation.Love the design, varied fonts, tidbits of history, thick paper, muted palette with marvelous color accents the rose garden, the cherry blossoms And the corny jokes Best for sharing with elementary age children.


  5. Stephanie - Books Less Travelled Stephanie - Books Less Travelled says:

    I found this fun story on OverDrive I really enjoyed this one It s about Abe Lincoln s ghost haunting the White House, and the little girl who befriends him.


  6. Amy Amy says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book Here s what this book did for my 3rd graders It piqued their curiosity and interest in Abraham Lincoln It made them scurry to the biography section and search for books about Abe That is a very, very good thing Here s what this book did for me It made me feel like I should have given my students some background on Abe before we read the book Some of the questions that Abe was asking the little girl regarding the current state of people and our country I have mixed feelings about this book Here s what this book did for my 3rd graders It piqued their curiosity and interest in Abraham Lincoln It made them scurry to the biography section and search for books about Abe That is a very, very good thing Here s what this book did for me It made me feel like I should have given my students some background on Abe before we read the book Some of the questions that Abe was asking the little girl regarding the current state of people and our country seemed to require a little explanation I think my 3rd graders needed to be reminded that slavery was a horrible issue that Abe was trying desperately to eliminate and that the hearts and minds of the people weren t unified I also think the insertion of the character of the dog in the beginning was confusingsort of hard to see the reason for injecting him into the story I think the story could have been easily told without the dog So, did the story benefit the kids Absolutely Did it make them want to learnYes Whatcan I ask for


  7. Christine Turner Christine Turner says:

    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 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.Subjects Lincoln, Abraham, 1809 1865 Juvenile fiction White House Washington, D.C Juvenile fiction Ghost stories P.s I think that this is going to be a book that either you love or dislike I personally, love it


  8. babyhippoface babyhippoface says:

    I m a big Lincoln fan Wasn t sure how I d like this book Loved it.Leave it to Lane Smith to use humor in a book about Lincoln s ghost This book is a totally fun way of introducing Abraham Lincoln to kids So many springboards his presidency, his humor, how the country turned out after his death, his dreams of death and rumors of his ghost haunting the White House Kids love that ghost stuff Pair this with Maira Kalman s Looking at Lincoln, another favorite of mine.


  9. Ryan Ryan says:

    In history, various dogs would not enter the Lincoln bedroom in the White House Some believe it to haunted One little girl meets the ghost of President Lincoln show shares his bad dream The girl takes him flying over the nation to answer his questions Only after these questions can he sail off to peace It s an interesting book But not one I would use with a lincoln lesson.


  10. Shelley Shelley says:

    I wondered about this book at first but I found it rather entertaining Not only does is show some of the White House dogs, but it also give a look at how far we have come as a nation Very interesting way to portray this to younger readers.


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10 thoughts on “Abe Lincoln's Dream

  1. Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) says:

    If I said Well it s Lane Smith would people understand what I mean

  2. Monica Edinger Monica Edinger says:

    A very dreamlike book in every sense of the word That is, eccentric, odd, and rambly as true dreams are Smith takes a dream Lincoln evidently had the night before his assassination and other nights too, the legend that his ghost haunts the White House, and literally takes off with it And so we ve got a little girl touring the White House today taking off on her dream and his too Gorgeous art and design that is undoubtably the work of Lane Smith and Molly Leach.

  3. Heather Heather says:

    oh my gosh, does EVERY children s picture book have to make me cry I LOVE Lane Smith.

  4. Robin Robin says:

    A young visitor to the White House a.k.a Executive Mansion, as Lincoln called it finally puts Lincoln s ghost to rest in this imaginative picture book, answering his questions about the state of the nation.Love the design, varied fonts, tidbits of history, thick paper, muted palette with marvelous color accents the rose garden, the cherry blossoms And the corny jokes Best for sharing with elementary age children.

  5. Stephanie - Books Less Travelled Stephanie - Books Less Travelled says:

    I found this fun story on OverDrive I really enjoyed this one It s about Abe Lincoln s ghost haunting the White House, and the little girl who befriends him.

  6. Amy Amy says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book Here s what this book did for my 3rd graders It piqued their curiosity and interest in Abraham Lincoln It made them scurry to the biography section and search for books about Abe That is a very, very good thing Here s what this book did for me It made me feel like I should have given my students some background on Abe before we read the book Some of the questions that Abe was asking the little girl regarding the current state of people and our country I have mixed feelings about this book Here s what this book did for my 3rd graders It piqued their curiosity and interest in Abraham Lincoln It made them scurry to the biography section and search for books about Abe That is a very, very good thing Here s what this book did for me It made me feel like I should have given my students some background on Abe before we read the book Some of the questions that Abe was asking the little girl regarding the current state of people and our country seemed to require a little explanation I think my 3rd graders needed to be reminded that slavery was a horrible issue that Abe was trying desperately to eliminate and that the hearts and minds of the people weren t unified I also think the insertion of the character of the dog in the beginning was confusingsort of hard to see the reason for injecting him into the story I think the story could have been easily told without the dog So, did the story benefit the kids Absolutely Did it make them want to learnYes Whatcan I ask for

  7. Christine Turner Christine Turner says:

    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 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.Subjects Lincoln, Abraham, 1809 1865 Juvenile fiction White House Washington, D.C Juvenile fiction Ghost stories P.s I think that this is going to be a book that either you love or dislike I personally, love it

  8. babyhippoface babyhippoface says:

    I m a big Lincoln fan Wasn t sure how I d like this book Loved it.Leave it to Lane Smith to use humor in a book about Lincoln s ghost This book is a totally fun way of introducing Abraham Lincoln to kids So many springboards his presidency, his humor, how the country turned out after his death, his dreams of death and rumors of his ghost haunting the White House Kids love that ghost stuff Pair this with Maira Kalman s Looking at Lincoln, another favorite of mine.

  9. Ryan Ryan says:

    In history, various dogs would not enter the Lincoln bedroom in the White House Some believe it to haunted One little girl meets the ghost of President Lincoln show shares his bad dream The girl takes him flying over the nation to answer his questions Only after these questions can he sail off to peace It s an interesting book But not one I would use with a lincoln lesson.

  10. Shelley Shelley says:

    I wondered about this book at first but I found it rather entertaining Not only does is show some of the White House dogs, but it also give a look at how far we have come as a nation Very interesting way to portray this to younger readers.

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