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by Clara Ingram Judson

Author: Clara Ingram Judson
Subcategory: Education & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Sterling (November 1, 2007)
Pages: 195 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.1
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Clara Ingram Judson's Newbery Honor Book is a richly drawn biography of Abraham Lincoln from his backwoods boyhood, to his days as a shopkeeper and lawyer, his entry into politics.

Clara Ingram Judson's Newbery Honor Book is a richly drawn biography of Abraham Lincoln from his backwoods boyhood, to his days as a shopkeeper and lawyer, his entry into politics, and finally through his extraordinary presidency and tragic assassination.

3. Description this book Abraham Lincoln Presents Lincoln in all his gauntness, gawkiness and greatness: a backwoods boy who became President and saved the Union. This title reveals the story of his boyhood and days as a shopkeeper and lawyer, to Lincoln s first elected offices and his election as president, the Civil War and assassination.

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Friend of the People. Clara Ingram Judson wrote over 70 fiction and nonfiction books for children, three of which were named Newbery Honor Books. Author: Clara Ingram Judson. Format: Paperback, softback, 225 Pages. Clara Ingram Judson's Newbery Honor Book is a richly drawn biography of Abraham Lincoln from his backwoods boyhood, to his days as a shopkeeper and lawyer, his entry into politics, and finally through his extraordinary presidency and tragic assassination. Judson presents Lincoln as he was-the plain-spoken and practical man, often ridiculed as a country bumpkin, who won the Civil War, ended slavery, and saved the Union.

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This Newbery Honor Book—from a three-time Newbery Honor author—paints an indelible portrait of the prairie president. Clara Ingram Judson presents Lincoln in all his gauntness, gawkiness, and greatness: a backwoods boy who became President and saved the Union. Judson’s careful reading is enlivened by her visits to his home and vivid descriptions of the Lincoln family’s pioneer life. She reveals the unforgettable story from his boyhood and days as a shopkeeper and lawyer, to Lincoln’s first elected offices and his election as president, the Civil War, and assassination.