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The boy who looked like Lincoln

by Mike Reiss

  • 48 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Price Stern Sloan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self-esteem -- Fiction,
  • Identity -- Fiction,
  • Schools -- Fiction,
  • Camps -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Eight-year-old Benjy, who is always being teased because he resembles Abraham Lincoln, learns to accept and appreciate his face when he attends a special summer camp.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Mike Reiss ; illustrated by David Catrow.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsCatrow, David, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.R2784 Bo 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3672837M
    ISBN 100843102713
    LC Control Number2003004712
    OCLC/WorldCa51942603

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    David Catrow (born Decem ) is an American artist, cartoonist, and illustrator of children's books. He and his wife, Deborah, live in Springfield, Ohio and have two children. Catrow has illustrated over 60 children's books and prior to this, worked as a cartoonist at the Springfield News-Sun (Ohio). His illustrations for the book She's Wearing a Dead Bird on Her Website:   The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln, by Mike Reiss, (Penguin Group) Ages: From a writer for the Simpsons comes this imaginative book about a boy who, at a very young age, looks exactly like Lincoln did during his presidency.

    Yet for a book that hopes to lay out the building’s importance in the White House years of the 16th president, there is a want of material on what the building really looked like inside and out. Brownstein proves most successful, though, in discussing the president’s relationship with his guards, the men of Company K of the th Regiment. “It didn’t seem natural to see a feller read like that.” By the time he was sixteen, Abraham was six feet tall—“the gangliest awkwardest feller he appeared to be all joints,” said a neighbor. He may have looked awkward, but hard physical labor had given him a tough, lean body with muscular arms like steel Size: KB.


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The boy who looked like Lincoln by Mike Reiss Download PDF EPUB FB2

THe title says the boy who looked like Lincoln but the illustration shows an image of a boy that has the features of an older man.

The style of art within the illustration looks a bit like caricatures, which I find to be quite interesting and adds to the comedic aspect of the story where a boy has always looked like Abraham Lincoln.4/5.

The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln [Reiss, Mike, Catrow, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln/5(43). Grade This picture book about an eight-year-old who is unhappy because he looks like Abraham Lincoln is unlikely to find an appreciative readership.

When Benjy is sent to "Camp What-cha-ma-call-it: The Camp for Kids who look like Things," he learns to appreciate his appearance after he meets children with even bigger problems/5(44). Mike Reiss is a former head writer for The Simpsons, a show for which he has won four Emmy is a graduate of Harvard University, where he served as president of The Harvard The boy who looked like Lincoln book, and currently lives in Los Angeles, other books for children include How Murray Saved Christmas, Santa Claustrophobia, and The Boy Who Looked Like 3/5(6).

THE BOY WHO LOOKED LIKE LINCOLN Mike Reiss, Author, David Catrow, Illustrator, illus. by David Catrow. Penguin/PSS. $ (32p) ISBN Buy this book. Simpsons writer Reiss and. Benjy looks like Abraham Lincoln as only Catrow can evoke.

From the day he is born, Benjy looks like Honest Abe, complete with protruding ears, wart, and beard. Every year, his birthday gift is the same—a stovepipe hat. School teasing is the worst part: "Hey, Stinkin' Lincoln. Split any rails lately?" His parents send him to Camp What-Cha-Ma-Call-It where all the kids look like things:.

Get this from a library. The boy who looked like Lincoln. [Mike Reiss; David Catrow] -- Eight-year-old Benjy, who is always being teased because he resembles Abraham Lincoln, learns to accept and appreciate his face when he attends a special summer camp.

The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln by Mike Reiss and David Catrow. 2 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Grade; PK-2; Genre; Humor; Year Published Word Count Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 1. Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Created by TeachingBooks. A great premise, and Mike Reiss and David Catrow milk it for all its worth in The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln, a summer camp satire that manages to be both uproariously funny and slyly thoughtful.

Benjy is astonished to meet such fellow campers as the kid who looks like the Mona Lisa, the one who looks like a toaster, the twins who look like.

Live Like Lincoln. 82, likes 7, talking about this. Lincoln was diagnosed on Septem with Stage Four Neuroblastoma. This page tells of his brave battle through two relapses.5/5(1).

Reiss, writer for "The Simpsons," and Catrow, honored twice with a "New York Times" best illustrated book of the year award, join forces for this story of a boy who looks just like Abraham Lincoln--right down to the wart and beard--who learns that he's unique.

Full color. Buy a cheap copy of The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln book by Mike Reiss. Benjy has an unusual problem. He looks just like Abraham Lincoln—right down to the wart and beard. His life isn't easy. He gets gifts of Lincoln Logs and stovepipe Free shipping over $/5(5).

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'FUN IN THE SUN '. February 15thst Weekly Book Special To commemorate President's Day, we are offering a wonderful children's book about a boy who bore a close resemblance to our 16th President.

This week's special is: The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln Written by Mike Reiss, Illustrated by David Catrow (Hardcover, 29 pages,$) Life isn’t easy for. The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson With these multi-leveled lessons, students are encouraged to explore the important elements of any fiction text to support comprehension.

The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln 作者: Reiss, Mike/ Catrow, David (ILT) 出版社: Price Stern Sloan 出版年: 页数: 32 定价: 元 装帧: HRD ISBN:   Buy The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln by Reiss, Mike, Catrow, David (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Potts that looked just like Abraham Lincoln. {details} The boy liked to walk and talk with Mr. Potts. Potts had a stovepipe hat just like Abraham Lincoln. Potts dressed like Abraham Lincoln and recited the Gettysburg address for the boy’s assembly.

My 4th fanfic! Feedback is appreciated! I'd also like to give credit to Atomic for the title! Enjoy! There is a new student in Lincoln's class named Martin, who turns out to be an idiot who loves to be with Lincoln who he sees as his "new friend".

As time goes on, Martin would annoy Lincoln non-stop, humiliate him, refuse to let him hang out with his real friends, follow him .While editing photographs for a recent book on Lincoln, he studied the picture on the opposite page. Following is his own account of what he found: The picture showed the funeral procession of President Lincoln.

The place: New York; the date:. Chapter of the book by Gary Soto, Taking Sides offers the best episodes of this amazing book. They both like to write in a journal.

They both like to play basketball. They both used to go to Franklin. Taking sides is a book by Gary Soto about a Spanish boy named Lincoln Mendoza who must decides where his loyalties lie.

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