The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln

The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln

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The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
mswings72 More than 1 year ago
my daughter recently brought this book home as an AR reading book from first grade!This book is totally inappropriate for children! n he has the nerve to illustrate as a children's book! The entire book is about kids that look like different things..... one can only imagine what the last kid looked like when the last page read......"Now I just have to figure out how to help my brother, DICKie! This book should be removed from shelves! It angers me to know what they are putting in our childrens books!!!!!!!!!!!! ridiculous!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this book. The irreverent humor is displayed in both the illustrations and story and though most of the true humor goes right over my 4-year-old's head, he wants me to read this to him nearly every night! And I don't mind!!! I've always enjoyed twisted kid's stories and this one is one of the best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
During our recent school book fair, late one afternoon the media lady and I found this book. Within seconds the quiet library was loud with our laughter as we eagerly read each page out loud and howled with fun. We loved this book. I am a substitute teacher and I will carry this book to many of my classes, until they ask me to stop reading it to them. I enjoy reading funny books that have a wonderful message.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a librarian, I have to say this is a good book. The illustrations are fabulous and the story is cute. I think it teaches children to love the special way they are and helps them learn to accept others, no matter what they may look like.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this book at a book fair and must say that I like it a lot! It may not make quite as much sense to a student, but it is a pretty funny book for an adult. I think though that kids would relate to it just because it is silly and the young boy finally comes to love the way he looks.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I fail to see how this book could help the self image of any child. In fact, Please preview the final page BEFORE purchasing. The baby brother is supposed to resemble Richard Nixon (how on earth would a young child possibly know this?). Instead, the nose on 'Richard Nixon' is highly suggestive of the male anatomy. When this book was shown at a recent teaching convention, several people gasped at the last page! Please look carefully before buying.