Where Are You Going, Baby Lincoln? (Tales from Deckawoo Drive Series #3)

Where Are You Going, Baby Lincoln? (Tales from Deckawoo Drive Series #3)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780763673116
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Series: Tales from Deckawoo Drive Series , #3
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 225,203
Product dimensions: 5.68(w) x 8.31(h) x 0.47(d)
Lexile: 490L (what's this?)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

Kate DiCamillo is the beloved author of many books for young readers, including the Mercy Watson and Tales from Deckawoo Drive series. Her books Flora & Ulysses and The Tale of Despereaux both received Newbery Medals. A former National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, she lives in Minneapolis.

Chris Van Dusen is the author-illustrator of The Circus Ship, King Hugo's Huge Ego, and Randy Riley’s Really Big Hit, and the illustrator of the Mercy Watson and Tales from Deckawoo Drive series as well as Mac Barnett’s President Taft Is Stuck in the Bath. Chris Van Dusen lives in Maine.


Minneapolis, Minnesota

Date of Birth:

March 25, 1964

Place of Birth:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


B.A. in English, University of Florida at Gainesville, 1987

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Where Are You Going, Baby Lincoln? (Tales from Deckawoo Drive Series #3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
mokey12 More than 1 year ago
I love this book because it is one my of my favorites and a perfect children's book
This_Kid_Reviews_Books 3 months ago
This is a good book about finding yourself, but also of sisterly love. The two sisters are still sisters, no matter how bossy one can be. Baby leaves because she feels she is missing a part of herself. What I like is that she finds what she needs on the train – it didn’t really matter where she went. Ms. DiCamillo’s writing style has a good way of speaking to kids. The story is pretty quirky, but it is well-suited for the book and its characters. The book is good for beginning readers, as it has an age-specific vocabulary that kids can learn from. This is a nice, quick read, and kids will like reading about who Baby Lincoln meets on her journey. Older kids will love the story development and reading as Baby discovers herself. Please note I received a free review copy of this book.