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Abe Lincoln crosses a creek : a tall, thin tale (introducing his forgotten frontier friend) / Deborah Hopkinson ; pictures by John Hendrix.

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Rockville Public Library E HOP (Text to phone) 34035114132216 Juvenile Easy Available -

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General Note: A Junior Library Guild selection
Summary, etc.: In Knob Creek, Kentucky, in 1816, seven-year-old Abe Lincoln falls into a creek and is rescued by his best friend, Austin Gollaher.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 4-8.
Awards Note:
A Junior Library Guild selection
Subject: Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865 Childhood and youth Juvenile fiction
Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865 Childhood and youth Fiction
Best friends Juvenile fiction
Friendship Juvenile fiction
Best friends Fiction
Friendship Fiction

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Abe Lincoln Crosses a Creek : A Tall, Thin Tale (Introducing His Forgotten Frontier Friend)
Abe Lincoln Crosses a Creek : A Tall, Thin Tale (Introducing His Forgotten Frontier Friend)
by Hopkinson, Deborah; Hendrix, John (Illustrator)
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Abe Lincoln Crosses a Creek : A Tall, Thin Tale (Introducing His Forgotten Frontier Friend)

Deborah Hopkinson is the author of Sky Boys : How They Built the Empire State Building , a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book and A Boy Called Dickens. She lives in West Linn, Oregon. John Hendrix is the illustrator of A Boy Called Dickens by Deborah Hopkinson and the chapter book How to Save Your Tail by Mary Hanson. He teaches illustration at Washington University in St. Louis, where he lives with his wife, Andrea, and son, Jackson. From the Hardcover edition.

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